From one of the strangest minds in film making, Guillermo del Toro, comes Crimson Peak. Starring Jessica Chastain and Tom Hiddleston as siblings (casting perfection), and Mia Wasikowska, we're told a tale of falling for strangers over childhood love - featuring ghosts and a house that bleeds. This is definitely the film that your mind is going to make you remember, probably at night in a lonely house that creaks.

A story looking at immortality that isn't vampire-centric, fantastic! In The Age of Adaline, Blake Lively stars in her first major feature film since living the life of Serena van der Woodsen in Gossip Girl, playing the eponymous role of Adaline - a woman stuck forever at 29 after an accident that leaves her ageless. An intriguing twist to the usual love story, co-staring Harrison Ford as a blast from Adaline's past and everyone's favourite new love from Game of Thrones, Michiel Huisman (he plays Daario Naharis... aka Daenerys' favourite new mercenary).

We see the return of Reese Witherspoon to comedy in Hot Pursuit, starring alongside Sofía Vergara. An unlikely comedy duo by any standards, but this looks surprisingly funny.

One good thing to come out of the Sony leaks were the trailers being kept well hidden on their hard drives. Aloha, the Cameron Crowe project which feels like its been in production for years (four years to rewrite the script after recasting, and a trailer a year after it finished filming), will be coming to cinemas this summer. Bradley Cooper plays a disgraced US weapons consultant who rejoins his old employer (Bill Murray) in Hawaii. It also stars Rachel McAdams, Emma Stone, John Krasinski, and Alec Baldwin. I can definitely get excited about this trailer.

Emma Watson and David Thewlis are in the mini-est of Harry Potter reunion's in Regression. They're joined by Ethan Hawke in this thriller about a father who has no memory of the crime he is accused of by his daughter.