Colt Ford goes for Chicken and Buscuits in Twilight-themed video
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
– Colt Ford, will debut the music video for his single Chicken and Biscuits
tomorrow on CMT.com. The release of the vampire-themed video corresponds with the premiere of the film "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," the third installment in Stephanie Meyer's Twilight series.
Ford thought his video would be the perfect medium to showcase a spoof of the well-loved series. He says, "Twilight is such a great love story, and Chicken and Biscuits is a love song about my wife and all country girls. I think the concept of this video is really funny. I hope everyone likes it as much as I do."
Ford adds a touch of twang to the soundtrack of Bella and Edward's tragic love story. The video, directed by Jason "Potsy" Ponciroli and produced by Ryan Zacarias, was shot in Nolensville, Tenn. and features Bella, Jacob and the entire Cullen clan. Ford stars as the brooding vampire Edward, only this time his craving for blood is replaced with an insatiable hunger for Bella's southern fried chicken and biscuits.
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