The song "There You'll Be" by Faith Hill, was written for which film?
"There You'll Be" is a song by American country/pop recording artist Faith Hill. The power ballad was first offered to Celine Dion, who turned it down. Written by Diane Warren, produced by Trevor Horn and Byron Gallimore, and orchestrated by David Campbell, the song was released on May 21, 2001, and was featured on the soundtrack of the movie 'Pearl Harbor'. The track was also featured on Hill's greatest hits albums 'There You'll Be' and 'The Hits'.
The single topped the charts in Canada, Portugal and Sweden and became a top-10 hit in the United States and several other European nations. Music critics responded positively to the song, and it received a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
The accompanying music video was directed by Michael Bay, and is set in the same time period as the film and draws many parallels.
'Pearl Harbor' is a 2001 American romantic war drama film directed and produced by Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer and written by Randall Wallace. It stars Ben Affleck, Kate Beckinsale, Josh Hartnett, Cuba Gooding Jr., Tom Sizemore, Jon Voight, Colm Feore and Alec Baldwin. The film presented a heavily fictionalized version of the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japanese forces on December 7, 1941, focusing on a love story set amid the lead up to the attack and its aftermath.
'Pearl Harbor' was nominated for four Academy Awards, winning in the category of Best Sound Editing. It was also nominated for six Golden Raspberry Awards.