Here are some more rock albums that could be movie titles too.
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When Transformers: Dark of the Moon came out, you couldn’t help noticing the title’s similarity to Pink Floyd’s most famous album. Maybe the association didn’t hurt—Dark went on to gross more than $1.2 billion. Now the weekend’s mega-blockbuster X-Men: Days of Future Past is a stone-cold homophone for the Moody Blues' trippy prog-rock classic Days of Future Passed. Will Days gross $1 billion? Probably. Will movie franchises start rocking classic album subtitles like these? We’ll see…
Star Wars, Episode OU812
Hostel IV: Hotel California
The Hobbit 13: Houses of the Holy
Godzilla: Appetite for Destruction
Back to School 2: Late Registration
Pirates of the Caribbean 7: Pieces of Eight
Finding Nemo 3: You Can Tune a Piano But You Can’t Tune a Fish
Deliverance II: In Through the Out Door
Thor 4: Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ’Em
Falling Down II: "Don’t Shoot Me, I’m Only the Piano Player"
On the Road: Highway 61 Revisited
Toy Story 4: Rubber Soul
Walk the Line Part II: Back in Black
Wall Street 3: Money, Money, Money
Casino 2: A Rush of Blood to the Head
Ocean’s 15: Sticky Fingers
Hannibal III: Diary of a Madman
Weekend at Bernies 3: Onset of Putrefaction
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