This pop-rock band, fronted by belter Rachael Price, kicks off a two-month new-album tour at Carnegie Hall. Songs range from ’60s girl-group harmony to gospel and balladry. Tour kicks off on February 18th.
Elizabeth Olsen has a steamy affair in this sensual crime thriller, set in 19th-century Paris. As her Byronic lover, Oscar Isaac (left, with Olsen) oozes sex appeal while paralyzed mother-in-law Jessica Lange watches helplessly. In theaters February 21st.
Animation director Hayao Miyazaki recently retired, but he leaves us this stunningly beautiful swan song, featuring a first-class voice cast: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Stanley Tucci and Emily Blunt. A reflection on pre–World War II Japan, this is a complex work from a true cinematic master. In theaters Febraury 21st.
Avant-garde meets electronic dance music in Cherry’s first solo album since 1996. Her astute lyrics are propelled by the spare percussion and a duet with dance diva Robyn. The album comes out February 25th.
Working with legendary producer Don Was (Bonnie Raitt, the Rolling Stones), McBride revisits soulful classics from Van Morrison’s “Wild Night” to Elvis’s “Suspicious Minds.” R&B-style horns complement her emotive vocals. Album comes out March 4th.
Tsahi Halevi is an Israeli secret service officer who pushes his young Palestinian informant to the breaking point in this politically charged drama, Israel’s entry for the Foreign Language Oscar. In theaters March 7th.
The City of Light is not all Champagne and roses for British couple Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan (left), abroad on their second honeymoon. Jeff Goldblum costars in the cynical comedy. In theaters March 14th.
This documentary from executive producer Maria Shriver looks at the plight of poor single mothers and is part of her multiplatform initiative on women called The Shriver Report. Airs March 17th on HBO.