A man being the young love interest to an older woman? As if that kind of original idea would come from Hollywood. The Dressmaker is based on the novel by Rosalie Ham about an Australian femme fatale who returns to her home town to 'right her wrongs' (whilst wearing some absolutely fabulous couture too.) Starring Kate Winslet, Liam Hemsworth and Hugo Weaving, lets keep our fingers crossed this is a better film than Winslet's last offering, A Little Chaos.

Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette star as two best friends from London (detect their British accents, I dare you) who share everything as gal-pals will do in Miss You Already. That is until one is diagnosed with breast cancer and the other conceives a longed-for baby. I'm really hoping there is a 'hoes before bros' line at some point.

I was fortunate enough to see a screening of Brooklyn a few weeks ago and very promptly fell in love. Based on the award winning writer Colm Tobin's novel of the same name, Brooklyn tells the story of Eilis, a young Irish girl on the cusp of being an adult as she moves to America in search of everything her homeland doesn't provide: work and love. What the trailer doesn't show you is the comedy. Julie Walters is cast as Eilis' landlady for a reason, along with Jim Broadbent playing a well-to-do Irish priest. It's charming and innocent which is what we all need every so often.

No secrets are safe from Comic Con, not even the widely questionable Suicide Squad. Although not quite as questionable as the whole Batman v Superman thing.