Hello folks, I hope you’ve taken some time over this week to watch Leonardo DiCaprio getting high from Quaaludes in The Wolf on Wall Street, it is hilariously worth it. Trust me. This week appears to be comedy week, or at least what you can look forward to be laughing at in cinemas by the time summer comes around.

Firstly we have The Right Kind of Wrong. I assume all you True Blood fans out there are going to go 'Ohhh that guy', or Ryan Kwanten for anyone with less vampirish television habits. So this one is about a guy who falls in love with a women on her wedding day to another man, and without doubt ends up falling for the guy besides being married. I cant help feeling that this plot is horrendous or something out of a Nicholas Sparks novel.

Elizabeth Banks is slowly but surely making a name for herself and Walk of Shame appears to be the first foray into the leading lady comedy circuit. Its got a nice little supporting cast of James Marsden and Gillian Jacobs (Community anyone?). The trailer makes it look promising, I'm not saying it's the next Bridesmaids but its nice to see another funny leading lady in the limelight.

And finally, something for all you John Cusack fans out there is Adult World. Okay, so it's not just John Cusack (unfortunately), it actually centres around Emma Roberts' character Amy who believes she's destined to be a great poet, but instead ends up working at an adult book store. Who wouldn't find the comedy in that?