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    Jack Black Called Out "Thor: Ragnarok" For Stealing His Led Zeppelin Jam, So He And Cate Blanchett Had A Dance-Off

    They battle, we all win.

    So, unless you've been imprisoned on an unfamiliar planet for a few weeks, you know that Thor: Ragnarok is freaking awesome.

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    But, besides the insane sense of humor, the real thing that makes this Thor film unique is its hard rock soundtrack, namely the use of Led Zeppelin's Immigrant Song.

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    The song was used in most of the marketing (as seen in the above teaser) and then TWO SEPARATE TIMES in the film itself.

    However, this is not the first time we've heard this classic rock tune in a film. In case you're not familiar with ICONIC MOVIE MOMENTS IN HISTORY, here is the School of Rock scene in question.

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    So, naturally, Jack Black called them TF out for having "totally poached our jam" in this hilarious challenge to a "BATTLE OF THE JAMS."

    And, while the God of Thunder (from down under) was unavailable, Black ~just so happened~ to be filming a new movie with Thor Ragnarok villain and my adult goth aesthetic, Cate Blanchett.

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    She's called the "Goddess of Death," but all she's ever given me is LIFE.

    The result was, if I do say so myself, the battle of the century:

    In conclusion, sometimes, the internet is a magical place and, while those two icons may have battled, we ALL won as a result.

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