The Fray's Isaac Slade said filming the music video for "You Found Me" on the streets of Chicago was "really, really surreal," but the 30-year-old singer admitted Chicago was not the piano rock band's first choice.
"To be honest, our first pick was downtown Denver," Slade told me. "We really wanted to shoot it in our hometown. But the (Democratic National Convention) was going on."
The video for “You Found Me” -- the first single off of The Fray’s self-titled 2009 album -- features the band performing on a bridge off of lower Wacker Drive. The band rented a taxi and
"We shot all night," Slade said. "We started around dinner time and shot until sunrise and basically took over the street. We had a lot of the ('Dark Knight') crew members. All of them wore their Batman shirts to show us how much cooler they were. I was like 'I get it -- (director)
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On the record: "People have pitched many things over the years. In particular, they have kept wanting to remake the movie. But I think you only remake bad movies. Why would you want to remake a movie that has endured for more than 25 years?" – "A Christmas Story" star
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