Linkin Park Featured In Movies

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    Virgocore

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    I know Linkin Park has been featured on many Soundtrack CD's, as well as in actual movies, as well. My question is that does anyone have a list of actual movies that Linkin Park's music has appeared in, like you can actually hear the band in the actual movie, not just on the Soundtrack CD. I am starting a DVD collection and would like to own all the movies that Linkin Park appears in, but I don't care about collecting Soundtrack CD's. I probably will only want to collect ones from 2008 and prior, because I'm keeping my collection 2008 and prior. So far, I have these.

    Transformers 1: What I've Done actually appears in the film.
    Little Nicky: Points Of Authority actually appears in the film.

    Does anyone know if Matrix: Reloaded actually has Session in the film? Because my brother has that DVD and said he would give it to me, but I don't want to take it from him if Session is only on the Soundtrack CD only. I know the band had Leave Out All The Rest in Twilight 1 as well, but is it heard in the actual movie? I think it was. I also think Figure.09 was featured in S.W.A.T., but can't confirm whether or not it was. I know it wasn't on the Soundtrack CD for S.W.A.T. but I do think it was featured in the actual film.

    Sorry if this is a weird thread, but I searched online a little bit and couldn't find much info as to whether or not the songs appear in the actual film. Thanks in advance for anyone who knows anything. I also do not care about side projects of Linkin Park like Fort Minor or Dead By Sunrise or anything, so no need to list those, just strictly Linkin Park.
     
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    Session in Matrix and LOATR in Twilight are both just in the credits. Also one should not forget new divide and Iridescent both reappear in the transformers movies multiple times
     
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    Not sure how accurate this is (and it is probably outdated now) but this post might be a good list to check out. Quoting it below too:

     
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    Modern Guitar God

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    I watch a lot of fashion videos and heard a lot of their demos (odd, but cool) in a documentary about Tao Okamoto. This was before she became an actress. They used the demos mostly from MTM. So I guess someone behind the scenes is a big LP fan
     
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    Virgocore

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    Thanks, guys. I ordered Twilight, S.W.A.T. and Miami Vice for now. I will order more next week.

    Ton V, that is interesting. Minutes To Midnight demos, wow.
     
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    I never knew Remember The Name was in Smurfs 2 wtf :lol:
     
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    The documentary I mentioned before

    Conveniently, the parts with LP music were removed from YouTube. Warner not playing.

    Now I'll get called a liar because there's no proof of LP but if I find the documentary somewhere else online, I'll link it. They used the LOATR, LTGYA, Faint demos in it.
     
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    Idk if you are still searching for songs, bit there is a Rick Rubin remix of the song a light that never comes in the movie
    The expandables 3
     

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