Olivier said that the movie succeeds in replicating 80's music and that, yes, the lyrics to "Alana" are campy, but, he said that looking back to real-life, 80's songs like from Madonna and her hit song "Like a Virgin" for example, the lyrics and whole idea seem ridiculous or campy. Even lyrics to present-day songs, if analyzed absent beats, can seem pretty silly.Silly or not, Crake said, aside from doing more movies and TV shows, he's working on music. He's even been performing the Eternity songs at venues in L.A., and he hopes to do that more and more. Olivier will continue to do television. Some might remember him earlier in the year during his appearances on ABC's Castle and NBC's Community. He says he has more gigs lined up, and while Olivier can sing and do music, he's not as much a musician at heart as Crake.