We have a trailer per genre this week folks, and yes I am counting Wes Anderson as his own genre.

The Grand Budapest Hotel sees the return of Wes Anderson after his Oscar nominated Moonrise Kingdom. From the bizarre characters, starry eyed (recurring) cast to the 'Andersony' colour palette, it's the most Wes Anderson film Wes Anderson has made yet and it looks glorious.

Who else can get away with making Tilda Swinton look 30 years older with Adrien Brody as her grandson, now that's the kind of family tree that's intriguing to see. Grand Budapest recounts the tale of Gustave H (played by Ralph Fiennes), an infamous concierge at a European hotel and Zero Moustafa, a lobby boy who becomes Gustave's protégé. Expect it in cinemas by March 2014.

On an utterly more humorous note, and I say humorous in the lewd, crude, I find this trailer more funny then I should way, is That Awkward Moment. It is nice to see Hollywood taking a punt on a young cast, save for Zac Efron; it's mainly a list of up-and-comers. Miles Teller (also in the anticipated The Spectacular Now), Imogen Poots who is building up quite the diverse film resume, and Michael B. Jordan of The Wire, Friday Night Lights and Fruitvale Station fame - the latter of which takes the lead role (watch out for that during awards season). This is an R band trailer, so not one for those of you who don't still appreciate a good penis joke.

Crossing genres again (and it's what us Brit's do so well) is period drama, Belle. Inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle (portrayed by Gugu Mbatha-Raw), Belle is the tale of an illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral (played by Matthew Goode). Bonus Tom Felton still playing the person with the sucky attitude.

Non-Stop, or more accurately 'the pre-Taken 3, because Liam Neeson is back saving people - expect this is on a plane and Julianne Moore may or may not be the bad person. Collective excited noises everyone...

And finally we have Endless Love. Correctly opening for Valentine's day, I assume it is an attempt to recreate The Notebook sans Ryan Gosling.

See also: Trailer Trashed: 9th October 2013