The movie is going to be awesome, and now so is the soundtrack!

McCartney Meets ‘The In-Laws’
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Paul McCartney will have a previously unreleased song on the upcoming soundtrack to “The In-Laws,” due May 20 on Rhino Records.
The McCartney song, “A Love for You,” was originally recorded in 1971. McCartney also has two other tracks on the album that he recorded with his former band, Wings: a previously unreleased version of “Live and Let Die” and “I’m Carrying,” a song that first appeared on Wings’ 1978 album, “London Town.”
“The In-Laws,” a Warner Bros. Pictures comedy, arrives May 23 in U.S. theaters. The film stars Michael Douglas and Albert Brooks as two future fathers-in-law who have a series of misadventures leading up to their children’s’ wedding. It’s a remake of the incredible 1973 film of the same name, which starred Peter Falk and Alan Arkin.
The soundtrack to the movie is comprised mostly of songs from the 1960s and 1970s, including tracks from Elvis Presley, Badfinger, Chic, Electric Light Orchestra, and KC & the Sunshine Band.
Here is the track listing of “The In-Laws: Music from the Motion Picture”:
“A Love for You,” Paul McCartney
“No Matter What,” Badfinger
“Don’t Bring Me Down,” Electric Light Orchestra
“Live and Let Die,” Paul McCartney/Wings
“It’s Now or Never,” Elvis Presley
“Wedding Day,” Bee Gees
“I’m Carrying,” Paul McCartney/Wings
“Get Down Tonight,” KC & the Sunshine Band
“Good Times,” Chic
“Word Up,” Cameo
“More Than a Friend,” All Too Much
“Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head,” B.J. Thomas
“Sunshine of Your Love,” Ella Fitzgerald
“Too Close for Comfort,” Mel Torme
“Di-Gue-Ding-Ding,” Michel Legrand
“A Man and a Woman (Un Homme Et Une Femme),” Claudine Longet
“Gopher Mambo,” Yma Sumac