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Susan Sarandon cruises down a highway with Justice in 'Fire' music video

Wash off the old coupe convertible and hit the road: Justice ride again.

The French DJ duo enlisted actress Susan Sarandon to star in a music video released Wednesday for “Fire,” the latest single from their third studio album Woman. Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay pick up the dirty, light blue car and sud it up. When it’s ready to drive, Sarandon walks out – past the ’80s-looking robot servant – grabs the wheel, and burns rubber. They tour through a western wonderland, filled with wind turbines upon wind turbines.

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Susan Sarandon: Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are 'untrustable'

Actress Susan Sarandon accused both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump of being “untrustable” in an interview with CNN Thursday, and confirmed she will be voting for Green Party candidate Jill Stein.

“I wanted to vote for somebody who, in some way, is concerned about the things that concern me,” she told CNN’s Carol Costello. “After my experience, it’s very clear to me that the DNC is gone, and we need a progressive party.”

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Susan Sarandon retweets 'worst time' at DNC meme: 'Accurate'

Susan Sarandon is not particularly enjoying her time at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

On Monday night, a GIF posted by NowThisNews producer Ian McKenna of Sarandon shaking her head as audience members cheered around her began to go viral online. “Susan Sarandon is having literally the worst time at the [DNC],” McKenna wrote.

Forty-three minutes later, Sarandon retweeted the image with one word: “Accurate.” The actress also included the proper DNC hashtags.

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Susan Sarandon mentors a kid detective in Ace the Case trailer — exclusive

When it comes to battling crime, it’s not the size of the detective in the fight — it’s the size of the fight in the detective.

In the new family-friendly caper Ace the Case: Manhattan Mystery, 10-year-old Ripley Sobo (Steve Jobs, Matilda the Musical) plays a plucky amateur sleuth who matches wits with three scheming crooks, and EW has an exclusive first look at the trailer.

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Jessica Lange & Susan Sarandon to play Joan Crawford and Bette Davis for Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story; The People V O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story) has found his latest anthology series. The creator has signed a deal with FX for a new show called Feud, where each season will chronicle “bouts and blows of epic conflicts,” according to the release.

The first iteration of Feud will be about the rivalry between Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? stars Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, to be played by Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon, respectively.

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