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Channing Tatum Will Sing In ‘Hail, Caesar!’: Full Soundtrack Details, TV Spots And Posters For The Coen Brothers Film

Channing Tatum Will Sing In 'Hail, Caesar!': Full Soundtrack Details, TV Spots And Posters For The Coen Brothers Film

January’s movie offerings might look pretty grim, but have faith. You can use the opportunity to see “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” for the fourth or fifth time, or you can catch up with deluge of awards season movies that were released last month. But in the back of your mind, you know it’s only a few weeks until the latest film from Coen Brothers arrives. “Hail, Caesar!” already looks like it’s going be crackerjack entertainment, but here’s another reason to salivate: Channing Tatum is going to sing in it!

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The full soundtrack details for the movie have been unveiled (via Film Music Reporter), and aside from the plethora of score tracks by the Coens’ regular collaborator Carter Burwell, it will include Tatum singing a song called “No Dames.” Can’t wait to see what that’s all about. Meanwhile, to tide you over, a couple of TV spots and posters have arrived to remind you that this thing looks like it’s going to be a blast.

Also featuring  Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson and Jonah Hill, “Hail, Caesar!” opens on February 5th. 

“Hail, Caesar!” Soundtrack
1. Fiat Lux
2. 5 AM
3. Hail Caesar!
4. Baird Hijacked
5. Hobie and Whitey
6. Jonah’s Daughter
7. Comrades Convene
8. The Cattle Call – Performed By Eddie Arnold
9. Malibu Safe House
10. No Dames – Performed By Channing Tatum
11. The Hands of Communists
12. Little Eddie
13. Our Father – Performed By Ascention Church Choir (Maloe)
14. Lazy Ol’ Moon Overture
15. Lazy Ol’ Moon
16. The Glory of Love
17. Song of India
18. In Pursuit of the Future
19. Slavery and Suffering – Performed By the Red Army Choir
20. Soviet Man
21. Denizens of the City
22. Silverman Sax
23. Faith God Damn It
24. Back to the Backlot
25. Behold
26. Echelons Song – Performed By the Red Army Choir

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