Why ‘Top Country Songs’ won’t be on the album cover of ‘Rio’
A list of songs that won’t make the cover of the soundtrack to Rio de Janeiro’s 2014 Olympics has been revealed for the upcoming movie adaptation of the Brazilian classic, The Last Supper.
The song titles have been revealed as the cover art for the first time, which the Hollywood Reporter describes as “a very, very dark and sinister and beautiful song”.
The lyrics include: “You have a lot to hide / You have a little to share, / Your time’s long gone / Your love’s gone / You know the pain of losing a love / You’ve been through the worst and the best”.
Rio’s top-grossing movie has been plagued by controversy.
The film was banned in Brazil for the second time last year after it was deemed to contain violence, including rape.
Its cast includes American actor Leonardo DiCaprio, Brazilian actor Maria Bello, and Brazilian singer Luiz Felipe.
The movie was directed by Leonardo Di Caprio, who has also written the music for the film.
The Last Supereasy is set for release in the US and Australia in 2017, and the UK and Ireland later in 2018.