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Alternative Foreign Theme Song:
While the American version of has How to Train Your Dragon "Sticks and Stones", the Japanese version uses a J-pop song called "Emerald" written by Becky♪♯.
For the Japanese release of Shoko Nakagawa wrote an upbeat, cheerful song called Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs "Rainbow Forecast" as the ending theme, differing slightly from Miranda Cosgrove's "Raining Sunshine". If you picture the ending credits with this, the song actually fits pretty well.
For , Japan uses Robots "Mawaru Sora" written by Hitomi Yaida. The European theme is "From Zero to Hero" by Sarah Connor. (No, not that one.) The British release uses Melanie's Blatt's "See Me."
In Japan, , a family comedy, has a surprisingly melancholy theme song. It's called Ice Age "Hitoshizuku" which translates to "A Single Drop of Tears". This could be because the first movie is Darker and Edgier than the other three.
has a different theme song for the Japanese version, called Atlantis: The Lost Empire "Crystal Vine", written by DREAMS COME TRUE.
The Japanese dub of has Monster House "Seishun no Tobira".
uses Meet the Robinsons "Hitomi Hiraite" by Mitsuki as the Japanese theme song.
uses A Christmas Carol 2009 "Present" as the theme song in the Japanese version.
The Japanese version of uses Kung Fu Panda "Your Seed" as the theme song.
has Over the Hedge "Key of Heart" as its Japanese theme and "People Say" as its Korean theme. Both were sung by BoA, who was the voice of Heather the opossum in both versions, making this a "Do It Yourself" Theme Tune.
For the films, Japan uses Tinkerbell "Fairy Song" as the theme song for the first film and "You Were" for the second film.
has its own Japanese Hoodwinked theme song.
has a different theme song for the Japanese version, called Shrek the Third "Love is the Greatest Thing" by w inds.
The Japanese version of uses Hey! Say! JUMP's The Smurfs "Magic Power" as its theme song. Again, a couple of the singers were voice actors in the Japanese dub.
The Japanese version of uses Happy Feet "Hoshi wo Mezashite" by NEWS as the theme song. One of the singers voiced Mumble in the dub.
In Japan, gets a theme song called The Day After Tomorrow "More Than a Million Miles" by a band called... Day After Tomorrow.
Also in France, it gets a theme song called (the film title in French).
Le Jour d'après Kimura Kaela's "Jasper" is the theme song for the Japanese version of . You can view the music video Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium here but beware, it's a Mind Screw.
The second has Arthur and the Invisibles this as its Japanese theme song.
The theme song of the Japanese version of is called Open Season "Tookage" by Chemistry.
The theme of the Latin American version is Tu Eres El Amor by Reyli (who also did the voice of Boog in that version).
"Everlasting" by BoA is the image song for Roman Polanski's .
Oliver Twist There is a Japanese theme song for the movie.
Thunderbirds The Japanese version of uses Kato Miliyah's Twilight: New Moon "Destiny" as its theme song.
Rie Fu's "Until I Say" is the Japanese theme of the 2005 film .
Heidi The Japanese theme song of is called Spider-Man 2 "Web of Night" by T.M. Revolution.
The Japanese theme for is Sin City "Violet Sauce" by Namie Amuro.
"Solve" is the image song for the Japanese release of .
Little Nicky "Sailing My Life", sung by Hirahara Ayaka and Fujisawa Norisama, is the theme song for the Japanese version of Disney Nature's Oceans.
has The Rugrats Movie "Winter's Review" by SHAZNA as its Japanese theme song.
The film of uses The Spiderwick Chronicles "Checkmate" by Yuugin as its theme song in Japan.
The theme song for is Bridge to Terabithia "To Be in Love" by MISIA in Japan.
The Japanese theme song for is Son of the Mask "Mask" by Tackey & Tsubasa.
"Good Times (Bad Times remix) by Rip Slyme is the Japanese theme song of .
Despicable Me in Japan has a different G-Force theme song.
The Japanese theme song for is called Hop "Hug Tomo" by Not Yet.
The image song for the Japanese version of is called The Wild "Prisoner of Love" by the Gospellers.
The theme song for the Japanese version of is called Nacho Libre "Go! Go! Carlito" by Jonny Jakobsen.
The Japanese version of has a different ending theme called Bolt "I Look Up at the Same Sky".
The Japanese version of uses Fantastic Four "Kirikirimai" by Orange Range as its theme song.
The Japanese version of uses An Arctic Tale "Miracle Star" by Aoi Teshima as the theme song.
The Japanese version of uses the song The Expendables "Kizuna" by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi as an Image Song.
In the Japanese release of the theme song was changed from "Fearless" by Jay to "Crime" by High and MIGHTY COLOR. Fearless This apparently upset many Japanese fans of the original song.
"Sweetest Coma Again" by Luna Sea is the Japanese ending theme for .
The World Is Not Enough "Returner" by Gackt was used as the theme song in the Japanese version of .
The Prestige The theme song for the Japanese version of the movie is called Stealth "Countdown" by Hyde.
The Japanese version of Mulan has "Breathe" by Luna Sea as the theme song. The Korean version uses "Eternal Memory" by Lena Park.
In the Japanese release of March of the Penguins uses "Hikari no Niwa" by Chara as the theme song.
The Japanese version of uses Resident Evil: Extinction "Last Angel" by Koda Kumi as the theme song.
Koda Kumi's "But" is used as the theme song in the Japanese version of American film: .
Step Up In the Japanese version of , Anna Tsuchiya's Silent Hill "Lovin' You" is used.
"Winner" by Kazuya Yoshii is used as the theme song for Goal II: Living the Dream.
The Japanese version of P.S. I Love You has this as its theme song.
The Japanese version of Hachiko: A Dog's Tale uses "Wasurenai yo" as its theme song.
The Japanese version of uses Van Helsing "Wild Romance" by Kyosuke Himuro.
The Japanese version of uses a song by Breakerz as its Wanted ending theme.
The Japanese version of uses War "Strong Style" by Kreva.
uses The Pursuit of Happyness "Shiawase no Chikara" as its theme song in Japan.
"Girlfriend" by Crystal Kay, featuring BoA, is the theme song for the Japanese dub of .
He's Just Not That Into You "Before I Decay" is the Japanese theme song of .
The Fast and the Furious The theme song for the Japanese version of is "Gogo no Teikiatsu".
Dear Wendy "Natsu No Jewelry" was the theme song of the Japanese version of .
The Neverending Story The theme song for the Japanese version of is Racing Stripes "I Will" by Hitomi Shimatani.
The theme song for the Japanese version of is "I'll Fall in Love" by Seiko Matsuda.
Bewitched "0 Game" by Spyair is the theme song for the Japanese version of .
The Amazing Spider-Man DREAMS COME TRUE's "Winter Song" is the theme song for the movie in Japan, although the lyrics are in English.
Sleepless In Seattle The Japanese version of uses Kung Fu Hustle "Shiwase Nara Te wo Tatakou" by Nobodyknows as the theme song.
The Japanese version of has Oliver & Company "Oliver" by Chami Satonaka.
The theme song for the Japanese dub of is Chicken Little "Itsuka Kitto" by Mayo Okamoto.
The Japanese dub of Shall We Dance? uses "a love story" by Toshinobu Kubota as its theme song.
"Can We Go Back", sung by Koda Kumi, is the theme song to the Japanese dub of Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant.
The Secret Life of Words uses a song of the same name in the Japanese version.
"Wonder Volt" by Kaela Kimura is the theme song for the Japanese version of Frankenweenie.
"Someone" by Eiko Matsumoto is the theme song for the Japanese version of .
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea "Love & Peace" by Kazuya Yoshii is the ending theme for the Japanese version of Countdown to Zero.
"Witaj w moim swiecie" by Edyta Bartosiewicz is the ending theme for the Polish version of the ''Winnie the Pooh'' 2011 movie. This song was also used (and translated) in Ukrainian, Hungarian, Bulgarian and Romanian versions of this movie.
The image song for the Japanese version of is Silent Hill Revelation 3 D "Claymore" by Gackt.
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu was chosen by J.J. Abrams himself to provide the theme song for the Japanese release of , which is titled Star Trek Into Darkness "Into Darkness".
Strangely averted by . Wreck-It Ralph AKB 48's "Sugar Rush" isn't exclusive to the Japanese release.
The Japanese version of features a theme song sung by Minami Takahashi, who voices Smurfette in the Japanese dub, called The Smurfs 2 "Hitomi no Tobira."
The Japanese theme song for is Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 "Tabechaitaino" by TEMPURA KIDZ.