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Tabitha27

Paradise City used in The Internship Movie coming out in June 2013

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Yeah, I saw the trailer and was singing along with Paradise City. Loved it!

I said Axl must have allowed them to use their song. Or maybe one of the other original members? Either way, more money more money!

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I saw the trailer for this movie before Iron Man 3 started. When Paradise City started, everyone in the theater spontaneously dropped their popcorn, got up, and started dancing. That's the power of real rock n' roll.

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I saw the trailer for this movie before Iron Man 3 started. When Paradise City started, everyone in the theater spontaneously dropped their popcorn, got up, and started dancing. That's the power of real rock n' roll.

But did they spill into the hallways dancing? That's te real test of a song's power

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I saw the trailer for this movie before Iron Man 3 started. When Paradise City started, everyone in the theater spontaneously dropped their popcorn, got up, and started dancing. That's the power of real rock n' roll.

But did they spill into the hallways dancing? That's te real test of a song's power

in the school corridors?

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