10 Biggest Movie Soundtrack That Guns N’ Roses Made

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Music and movies go hand-in-hand, and Guns N’ Roses are lucky to join that hip. In the span of their career, their works are featured in the arena of motion pictures, small and big ones alike. They’ve given us the right feel to any scene, and something about GNR’s kick can make the whole movie raise its stakes. Below are these 10 biggest movies that became a whole lotta better with GNR blasting on the background.


“Welcome to the Jungle” from Lean on Me (1989)

A true-to-life story of Joe Louis Clack, who tested his ability on making things right in the school which is well-known for its bad reputation.

“Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” from Days of Thunder (1990)

This is among the few of Tom Cruise’s movies that made use of Guns N’ Roses songs inside its soundtracks.

“You Could Be Mine” from Terminator 2 (1991)

This was John Connor’s favorite song inside Terminator 2 with Arnold Schwarzenegger agreeing to do a hilarious cameo.

“Sympathy for the Devil” from Interview with the Vampire (1994)

Another Tom Cruise film to feature GNR, only this time, the film decided to use the band’s angst rendition of Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil.”

“Paradise City” – from Can’t Hardly Wait (1998)

From seeking revenge on a high school bully, somehow protagonist William got drunk for the first time and became famous as he tears through “Paradise City” on karaoke.

“Sweet Child O’ Mine” from The Wrestler (2008)

The song served to be bittersweet entrance music of Randy Robinson, a wrestler who wanted to have that feeling inside the arena again.

“Sweet Child O’ Mine” from Step Brothers (2008)

A hilarious acapella take on this GNR classic inside a van with kids.

“You Could Be Mine” from Terminator Salvation (2009)

Decades later and John Connor’s back to save the world. Not much has changed though, he still got his boombox and is a big Guns N’ Roses fanatic.

“Paradise City” from Rock of Ages (2012)

Perhaps the best way to incorporate a good GNR tune is to let Tom Cruise embody Axl Rose’s trait. Tom Cruise had to prepare with Rose’s vocal coach as well.

“Welcome to the Jungle” from Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)

Stating what’s obvious, of course it’s only fair to start the movie with GNR’s “Welcome to the Jungle.”