Kenny Loggins will not get a penny from the new 'Footloose' movie that uses his hit song of the same title.
Loggins recorded 'Footloose' for the hit 1984 Kevin Bacon film and his 32-year-old song is played at the beginning of the new remake, but he won’t be receiving any cash thanks to a clause in the original contract.
Loggins explained to Access Hollywood Live: “It says that any sequels are covered in the original deal, so they consider this a sequel. They tried 10 different versions of the song and they kept re-cutting it because they wanted to capture that spirit of the original – and Blake (Shelton) came the closest.”
The tune is covered by country star Blake Shelton in the film.
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Loggins says he wasn’t even consulted about the remake’s soundtrack or what was done with his song, and even worse, no one offered him an invite to the opening night: "I even had to ring and ask for tickets to the premiere.”