It seems Michael will be directing the music video for “Pearl Harbor.”
Got this from countrystars.com (what was i doing around here you may ask? Someone gave me the heads up. No really.) Some of the facts may be wrong on this article, but you get the picture.
FAITH HILL FILMS MAJOR VIDEO FOR PEARL HARBOR TUNE
Touchstone Films flew Faith Hill to an undisclosed location outside of Dallas, TX where yesterday she began filming the video for “There You’ll Be,” the first single from the “Pearl Harbor” movie soundtrack album (CD due out June 16.) The video is being directed by none other than “Pearl Harbor” film director, Michael Bay. The Diane Warren-penned song will presumably be released to multiple radio formats May 22, the week before the Memorial Day weekend national release of the predicted blockbuster movie. Faith’s only stipulation to filming the video this week, was that it had to wrap today so that she can return home to Nashville Saturday for daughter Gracie’s 5th birthday.
Interested in seeing how Pearl Harbor is being marketed in Japan? Click here to view the Japanese Quicktime trailer (5.6Mbs).
“Pearl Harbor” promises guys all the action a war movie can pack into two hours and still include a love story for girls. The battle takes 40 minutes, about twice the screen time as the epic beach storming in Saving Private Ryan.”
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We’re 24 days away from Pearl Harbor hitting your local cine/megaplex, and as some of you know, Faith Hill will sing the film’s love song, “There You’ll Be.” We now have a list of the tracks for the Pearl Harbor soundtrack. CD Cover Art is similiar to the version “B” poster. Due for release by Warner Brothers Records and Hollywood Records on 5/22
1. “There You’ll Be” (Faith Hill)
4. …And Then I Kissed Him
5. I Will Come Back
7. December 7th
9. Heart Of A Volunteer
-Score Composed by Hans Zimmer.
-Score Produced by Hans Zimmer and Bob Badami.
-Song Produced by Trevor Horn, Byron Gallimore, and Faith Hill.