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Check out our J-Pratt movie mixtape! #Passengers


With sci-fi epic Passengers out now, we've assembled some of our top tunes from the movies of its stars Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt – aka J-Pratt. (You can thank us for that later.) Scroll down and get in the groove with your essential J-Pratt playlist.

Come and Get Your Love – Redbone

From: Guardians of the Galaxy

We're starting on a real high with the classic 70s rock number that helped cement Pratt as an A-lister during the opening sequence of Guardians. Just try not to bop along as you listen – guaranteed, it unleashes the inner-Star Lord within everybody.

Buffalo – Alt-J

From: Silver Linings Playbook

Something a bit more offbeat and quirky on offer here, befitting the oddball tone of the movie that got J-Law her first Oscar. In a way it nails the contradictions of her character: unpredictable, beautiful and elusive.

Everything is Awesome – Tegan and Sara

From: The LEGO Movie

When you're currently in a week that sees a J-Pratt movie on release, everything is indeed awesome. This insanely catchy anthem from the 2014 animated hit still plants a smile on our faces, so if you're feeling blue in the run-up to Christmas, whack it on and turn your frown upside down.

Stray Cat Blues – The Rolling Stones

From: Joy

The tone of Lawrence and director David O. Russell's third movie together is defiantly off-the-wall and erratic, which led to quite a sniffy critical response. Nevertheless we rather like it, not least because its varied soundtrack keeps our mood pinballing frantically. And who can resist a bit of the Stones?

Moonage Daydream – David Bowie

From: Guardians of the Galaxy

It still pains us to think that the Thin White Duke is no longer with us, so consider this not only a celebration of Chris Pratt but also a testament to Bowie's memory, a legendary artist who helped lend further texture and depth to one of the greatest Marvel movies of all time.

Live and Let Die – Paul McCartney & Wings

From: American Hustle

Because... well, not only is it one of the greatest Bond songs of all time (many would argue it's the greatest) but it accompanies a scene of our Jen aggressively hoovering and cleaning whilst rocking out. Is there anything more awesome?

What are your all-important J-Pratt tracks? Send us your choices @Cineworld, and don't forget that Passengers is on release now.