the disappearance of eleanor rigby trailerJames McAvoy and Jessica Chastain are giving us some serious Friday afternoon feels in this trailer for their new movie, "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby." In less than two and a half minutes, Conor Ludlow (McAvoy) and Eleanor Rigby (Chastain) meet, fall in love, act adorable, and break up, with Eleanor doing the titular disappearing act and Conor left to wonder whether or not he should give chase. We wouldn't want to spoil anything, but things are obviously way more complicated (and less linear) than that.

More to the point, "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" is the re-edited version of two separate movies from writer/director Ned Benson, "Her" and "Him," which showed the love affair from both points of view. All three versions will be available to audiences, although it's not clear if "Her" and "Him" will be distributed on demand or in theaters or what. In any case, you can't say that writer/director Ned Benson isn't ambitious; "Her" and "Him" debuted at the Toronto Film Festival, and this version, which is subtitled "Them," played at Cannes. It's like a choose your own adventure book, with lots more crying!

William Hurt, Isabelle Huppert, Viola Davis, and Bill Hader also appear in the film, which will open on September 26. Stay tuned for details about "Her" and "Him," too. Just so you can feel all the feels.