The GLAAD Wrap: New music from Against Me!, 'Nashville' casts Jen Richards, and more!

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.

1) The first trailer for the upcoming film The Pass, starring out actor Russell Tovey, premiered this week. The film follows two soccer players who have grown up together, training for the day when they would get their shot to make it in the big leagues. The night before their first big game, the two share a kiss that will change their lives over the next ten years. The Pass is set to hit theaters in the UK in December and come to the U.S. sometime next year.

2) A new documentary called Larger Than Life: The Kevyn Aucoin Story was announced this week highlighting the out designer and makeup artist's life and death. Aucoin, who passed away in 2002, specifically struggled with growing up gay in rural Louisiana. In other film news, out actress Cynthia Nixon's new film A Quiet Passion has been acquired for U.S. release by Music Box Films, and out actress Heather Matarazzo will star in the new indie drama Stuck about a women confined to house arrest in the home she shares with her now-ex and his new fiancé.

3) Country soap opera Nashville this week announced that Emmy-nominated actress/writer/producer Jen Richards (Her Story), who happens to be trans, has been cast in a recurring role in the series upcoming season when it moves to CMT from its previous home on ABC. Richards will play a "tough but understanding physical therapist."

4) Rock band Against Me!, headed by Laura Jane Grace, dropped their new album Shape Shift with Me today. Grace spoke with Vogue about how important it was to her to be able to write a lighter album after the band's last, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, and writing love songs from a trans lens. Check out the lead single "333" below.

5) British group Years & Years has released a new track "Meteorite" which appears on the Bridget Jones's Baby soundtrack. In other music news, Lady Gaga has announced her fifth album will be titled Joanne and hit stores on October 21. The title is in honor of her father's late sister.

6) The team behind the hit web series My Gay Roommate have launched a crowdfunding campaign for a re-vamped half-hour series inspired by the old show. The new series follows Nick and his straight roommate Max as they take on freshman year at Tuffet University and tackle new adventures with an expanded cast. Find out more at the My Gay Roomate: Reloaded Kickstarter page.