Firstly it's A.C.O.D or Adult Children of Divorce. Now I don't know how many of you saw Friends With Kids (I urge you not too if you haven't), but lets all give Adam Scott another shot at a proper 'Hollywood' movie. Personally, this trailer excites me because: a) Amy Poehler, and b) Amy Poehler with Adam Scott (ahem, that's a Parks & Recreation reference if you don't understand). I've also not been excited about a Jessica Alba film since maybe The Fantastic Four so I'm willing to give this a shot. So a film about how missed up children of divorced parents are, I'm sorry guys but Hollywood has stereotyped you well and good in this one.

Question, what was the last Kate Bosworth movie you watched? I'm going to guess that you all collectively yelled 'Blue Crush, that film was awesome!' Good I'm glad we've established this film connection we all have. I am also going to hazard a guess that after watching the trailer for And While We Were Here most of you will go 'Psst, ill just watch Before Sunrise instead of this', and well, I wouldn't really blame you. However this does look quite intriguing, and yes I'm glad you asked, that is the guy from Secret Diary of a Call Girl... but you all secretly knew that didn't you.

What's this? Another film and the joys of young love, give me break already Hollywood... oh no wait, this one has a war in it. Yep, How I Live Now might be that film, the one with love story for the ladies and guns for the men. Really getting a rounded demographic there, good job. Let's not get too down hearted already, Saoirse Ronan is a solid actress, so she can pull this off. Kevin Macdonald, director of The Last King of Scotland, makes me think that there is a lot more to this film than the trailer suggests, catchy marketing technique to get the girls in the cinema for a 'love story'? My thoughts too.

Ok so I'm going to go slightly off the topic of trailers with this one, but this is the first look clip of Therese. Based off the Emile Zola novel (which I'm told is scandalous, adding that to my library list), it's a story of the loveless marriage, which would be Elizabeth Olsen and Tom Felton, there's an affair, revenge, and hopefully it all ends badly for someone. I love it already. Therese opens at TIFF next month so it's likely we won't get the full trailer till around that time. Also check out Oscar Isaac (Drive, Inside Llewyn Davis), he is definitely a guy to keep your eye on for future releases, i.e. he will invade cinema screens throughout the end of 2013 and 2014.

I decided to not included the trailer for Vampire Academy, because I know better than to make you guys endure that.