As great as that track is, I think the existing one fits the tone of the film better. As I stated during my FB running commentary while I watched it, the classic rock tunes work better when restricted to the scenes at Tool's. They're awesome to have around, but they imply that the film is less serious than it really is when they're all over the place. Same goes for "The Boys Are Back In Town" that used to be over the end credits. I get what Sly meant with that, but it just doesn't fit all that well. I have no problems with the Erna track during the opening credits or the Shinedown one during the end credits.
That said, the Shinedown track was EXTREMELY out of place during the big fight sequence. That's my only complaint about the new cut.
Boo! Even though he doesn't pop up as often anymore, Kurt almost always brings his A-game no matter what he is in. I can't wait to see him as the motorcycling art-thieving Crunch Calhoun!
I've been having Kurt withdrawal, so I'm glad that it appears we are now getting THREE new films from him this year....
Touchback - A football drama involving time travel(?!?!). He's only a supporting role in this and it could go either way quality-wise. Still, I'll give it a shot.
The Black Marks - Sounds like it could be fun!
Django Unchained - He's playing Leo DiCaprio's racist ranchhand henchman! Even if the others don't turn out well, we all know this will get knocked out of the park!
He also originally had a supernatural thriller called Undying set for this year, but I don't know if it actually got made. I'm guessing it never got off the ground.
There was a time when I thought Matt Dillon was done. I get the cold shakes just thinking about ONE NIGHT AT MCCOOL'S. But I'm back on his side after TAKERS. He could have easily phoned in that one and nobody would have noticed. Instead he played that part to the hilt and helped make the flick way better than it had any right to be.
Armored was pretty good as well.