What happens when some of the funniest people in America get together and create a romantic comedy about the unlikely scenarios that Hollywood built to create the rom-com genre? You probably end up wetting yourself at the amount of puns that film could possibly fit into its running time. Essentially They Came Together is the greatest cast party us ordinary folk wish we were cool enough to be invited to. I mean they have Amy Poehler (one of the best human beings on the planet in my not so humble opinion), Paul Rudd, Bill Hader, Cobie Smulders (aka Agent Maria Hill), Ed Helms, Ellie Kemper and everyone’s favourite NBC Page from 30 Rock Kenneth, known in real life as Jack McBrayer. Anyway I should probably get back to the trailer. Joel and Molly meet when Joel's corporate company threatens to shut down Molly's quirky store (You've Got Mail anyone?). We’re told their story through the inevitable romantic clichés we’ve all come to slowly hate. One thing that we can be sure of is that it's gonna be a snarky, sassy, puns and innuendos flying all over the shop kind of film. Let's face it, we all need more snarky gif's on the Internet, and I'm willing to bet this film will accommodate that need.

Onto topics far more serious, and bringing back the love everyone had for Chiwetel Ejiofor earlier this year we have Half Of A Yellow Sun. Now I know, I know, clips of this film have been appearing all of the internet for a while now after its Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff) premiere, and I'm extremely late to the party on this one, for which I sincerely apologise (whether you believe my sincerity is another thing). Based on the novel of the same name by Biyi Bandele, Ejiofor stars opposite Thandie Newton in a story of lives entangled amongst war in Nigeria in the '60s. That was the simplest summary I could do, although the trailer alludes too much, much more.

Continuing on with all things feelings, we have Lullaby. A Garret Hedlund fronted drama, you know the one from the Tron reboot a few years back, he plays Jonathan, a guy estranged from this family who receives word that his terminally ill father is being taken off life support. Well that all sounds dreadfully depressing… the trailer seems far more pleasant than that synopsis. Supporting cast includes Terrance Howard, Jennifer Hudson and everyone's favourite real life Disney Princess Amy Adams.

Some light relief now with the horror filled trailer for Animal. This looks like a more polished version of that zombie beaver trailer I talked about a couple of weeks ago. And we all know my position on horror films, so enjoy this!