Hired by none other than Michael Jai White to look over his wife while he’s out of town on “business”, Busta Rhymes mans the surveillance cameras and is almost instantly lusting after said wife in the music video for “I Know What You Want”.
With a music video directed by Torque director Joseph Kahn, Enrique Iglesias’ massive hit Hero finds Iglesias and his love interest Jennifer Love Hewitt being tracked by a criminal played by none other than Mickey Rourke, who seemingly wants back a bag of cash the love birds stole from him.
One of the singles from the certified gold Spawn soundtrack, and the only one with a music video with some connection to the movie, The Crystal Method and Filter teamed up for “(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do”.
Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie in 2002 set the standard for a lot of things in the comic book genre, like filling the soundtrack albums with nu-metal/alternative rock songs, as the main single from the first film was the huge hit “Hero”, from Nickelback lead singer Chad Kroeger.
A huge fan of the band’s album Points on a Curve, director Wiliam Friedkin hired Wang Chung to compose every song on the soundtrack for his Secret Service action thriller, To Live and Die in LA in 1985.