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Syracuse native directs Anthony Hopkins in Tom Petty's new Mudcrutch music video



A former Critical New Yorker got to work with two Oscar winners on Tom Petty’s newest Song video.

Syracuse native Samuel Bayer co-directed Mudcrutch’s “I Forgive all of it” with actor Sean Penn. The black-and-white clip stars Sir Anthony Hopkins in a provocative remark about homelessness in la.

“I’ve not been down these roads on the grounds that I was once a toddler,” Petty sings. “I ain’t broke and that i ain’t hungry however I’m close enough to care.”

Mudcrutch is Petty’s side mission, a band he first formed earlier than finding huge success with The Heartbreakers. The track appears on their 2d album, “Mudcrutch 2,” in stores now.

Bayer is Best recognized for guiding Nirvana’s landmark video for “Smells Like Teen Spirit” in 1991, in addition to MTV Video Tune Award profitable videos for Metallica (“Except It Sleeps”), Green Day (“Boulevard of Damaged Dreams”) and Justin Timberlake (“What Goes Round… Comes Around”). He’s also helmed advertisements for Nike, Mountain Dew and different brands, plus directed the Michael Bay-produced remake of “A Nightmare on Elm Side Road” in 2010.

Hopkins has been nominated for an Academy Award 3 times, taking dwelling a Best Possible Actor trophy for 1991’s “Silence of the Lambs.”

Penn has been nominated five occasions, successful two Oscars for performing in 2003’s “Mystic River” and 2008’s “Milk.” His earlier directorial efforts embody 2007’s “Into the Wild” and Music movies for Bruce Springsteen (“Highway Patrolman”) and Peter Gabriel (“The Barry Williams Exhibit”).



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