Grace (Jane Fonda) and Frankie (Lily Tomlin) have a problem. Their husbands (played by Michael Sheen and Sam Waterston) are in love—with each other. When the two men announce their intentions to leave their wives and be with each other, Grace and Frankie’s world gets taken for a spin, and no small one, at that.
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French-Iranian artist Marjane Satrapi is best known for her role as the creator of Persepolis (2000), the brilliant graphic novel that would later go on to be made into a stellar animated film of the same name in 2007. With The Voices, she remains as inventive as ever, although things are much different here than they are with the autobiographical Persepolis.
Following the first teaser for Spectre, the latest installment of the James Bond series, the studio has now made available a video giving a brief glance behind the scenes of the flick’s cars, undoubtedly an integral part of any Bond picture. (“Integral” in that there are things that need to be made to blow up, cars ranking chiefly among them.) Below you can view the video, which shows some of the high-tech, exclusively-designed cars that will be seen in Daniel Craig’s latest turn as the MI6 rogue.
A mélange of rock styles come together in the music of the Vanity, a young project based out of Austin, Texas. In songwriting and guitar tone, elements of mainstream indie come through, as do some undercurrents of the blues. But whatever one hears in the Vanity’s music, there’s no denying that these five guys are a rising talent in Austin’s bourgeoning music scene; things are only looking up for them.
Andy McCluskey (OMD), Rob Kroehler (Ladylike), Jack Antonoff (fun.) and Andrew Dost (fun.) have formed a formidable pop collective for “A Million Stars”, a tune drenched in ‘80s sheen, which features on the soundtrack to the Jack Black and James Marsden comedy The D Train. McCluskey, Antonoff, and Dost harmonize together splendidly, no doubt due in part to the latter two’s proclivity for harmonized vocals in the music of fun. Above all else, though, it’s the stylistics of OMD that shine through most resoundingly on “A Million Stars”; both the chorus and the synths used throughout the tune are highly reminiscent of OMD’s most recent LP, 2013’s English Electric (which we here at PopMatters are big fans of).
In addition to his presence on “A Million Stars”, Dost is responsible for the original score to The D Train.