Finding a creative way to pull off the movie clip job is one of the tougher music video tasks — how to make a video when you need a healthy percentage of movie footage in order to keep the the movie $tudio happy? Rather than come up with some forced mechanism to scatter that footage, Director Emil Nava instead inserts The Vamps into the same Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day world that new movie Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and casts the movie's starlet, Bella Thorne, to star in it.
Pop star Demi Lovato hasn't gone back to her Disney Channel roots, but she does chip in on the animation side with this video from the Frozen soundtrack. The setting is a forgotten castle which comes to life alongside corresponding film footage.
It sure seems like soundtrack videos are making a comeback and Director Matt Stawski delivers a masterful integration of the film - Wreck-It Ralph - with the artist and video. The video doesn't just cut to existing film footage, instead the clip creates a practical, production designed world that looks like an 8-bit arcade game straight out of the world of the movie.
OK Go and The Muppets are each willing participants in this mix-up of kindred spirits, puppets and nerds. The basic conceit is that The Muppets are causing all sorts of chaos as OK Go attempt to revamp the gang's classic theme song and perform a few of their own greatest viral video hits. Now, if only they could have gotten Ruth Buzzi to make a cameo... ---> watch "Muppet Show Theme Song"
Who better than the robotic electronic duo Daft Punk to provide the soundtrack to the 2010 reboot of the cult classic cine-arcade action flick Tron? And who better to direct than Warren Fu, whose videography boasts all sorts of sci-fi imagery. And while the footage here may look like it's directly pulled from the new movie, guess again: Almost all of it was conceived and created by Fu specifically for the video. --> watch "Derezzed"