New this week: Sia, Clarice Starling and Kristen Wiig

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This cover image released by Monkey Puzzle/Atlantic shows "Music" by Sia. (Monkey Puzzle/Atlantic via AP)

Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week.

MOVIES

Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations might normally send moviegoers to theaters to see some of the top films. But this year, many of the leading nominees — among them “Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,” “One Night in Miami,” “The Trial of the Chicago 7" — are already streaming. One nominee, “Judas and the Black Messiah," arrives on HBO Max (as well as in theaters) on Friday. The film, directed by Shaka King, stars Daniel Kaluuya as Black Panthers chairman Fred Hampton and Lakeith Stanfield, as the FBI informant who infiltrated the group in the 1960s. Kaluuya was nominated by both the actors guild and the Globes.

— Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo's last writing partnership turned out pretty well. Almost a decade after the Oscar-nominated “Bridesmaids," Wiig and Mumolo's long-awaited follow-up, “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,” finally arrives, debuting Friday for digital rental. (It was originally been planned for theaters last summer.) The two wrote and star in a vacation romp about two Midwest friends on a trip to Florida.

— Monday marks the centennial of Lana Turner, the sultry, oft-mythologized 1940s and ‘50s movie goddess, and both Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Channel are doing their best to celebrate it. TCM will air 12 of her movies on Monday — including “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” “The Bad and the Beautiful” and “Ziegfeld Girl” — while Criterion will host three of her films on its streaming service.

— AP Film Writer Jake Coyle

MUSIC

— Sia’s Golden Globe-nominated directorial debut, “Music,” will be accompanied with a 14-track album. “Music – Songs from and Inspired by the Motion Picture” will be released Friday. It’s inspired by her film starring Leslie Odom Jr. Maddie Ziegler and Kate Hudson, who earned a Golden Globe nod for her performance. Sia briefly appears in the film and the album is her eighth studio release.