The music video for \"Hero\" was directed by Joseph Kahn. It features Iglesias as an honorable criminal hunted by his enemies, while Jennifer Love Hewitt plays his love interest and Mickey Rourke plays one of the men hunting him. The video follows Iglesias and Hewitt running from their enemies in the desert. Finally, Iglesias' enemies track him down and confront him outside a church. The confrontation leads to Iglesias being floored by Rourke, before being struck with a baton. The video skips ahead where Iglesias and Hewitt are seen in the rain surrounded by police cars. Iglesias, though heavily injured, walks towards Hewitt and breaks down beside her. The video ends with Iglesias' death.
In addition to this video, a second video was made for the UK with less violence. The final shot of this video shows Iglesias' legs moving, suggesting that he's not dead. While originally made for the UK, this version has since replaced the original video on many music video stations throughout the world. It is also the version shown on Vevo and YouTube.
On 4 December 2020, Latin boyband CNCO released a cover version of the song 20 years after the original. The single is accompanied with a music video, in its turn being a tribute to the visual direction of the Backstreet Boys' 1999 music video \"Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely\". The track \"Hero\" appeared on the band's cover album Déja Vu in 2021. The group also recorded a Spanish version for the deluxe edition of their album. CNCO previously worked with Iglesias on a remix of his 2017 song \"Súbeme la Radio\".
Have you watched the music video Haven't you noticed the hitmen He is taking her away from that life. It's what I call the \"superhero theory.\" Peter Parker tells Mary Jane that he can't be with her because the villains would use her and his love for her against him. Enrique is a hero, but he runs away from the villains to be alone with her, but they still find and kill him. But for love, he was willing to leave his life and everyone else behind. 59ce067264