Bit by tiny little bit, we've been filling you in on My Blueberry Nights. As you should all know by now, it's the first English language feature by Wong Kar Wai, the man behind films like 2046 and Happy Together. The main names in the piece -- Norah Jones, Jude Law, David Strathairn, Tim Roth, Natalie Portman and Rachel Weisz. In the last few weeks, Ryan brought us a blonde Portman, Christopher posted about a Weisz poster and I linked to a bunch of stills from the film.

Now, courtesy of, we've got a trailer to check out. Unfortunately, it doesn't match so well with the descriptions we've heard -- that's it's about a girl named Elizabeth (Jones) who travels across the U.S. questioning love while meeting interesting people. Instead, it's a trailer all of Law (playing someone named Jeremy) and Jones. Jeremy is looking for Elizabeth and seemingly finds her as they have serious discussions about falling out of love. (Without the pop of Before Sunrise, that is.) Where the pictures had a certain spark with the dark tones and crisp colors, this trailer seems, well, cliche with the same vibrant pop of color. Both actors provide voiceovers to the clips, and so far, I am not buying it.

Jeremy says: "I'm not sure whether that night really happened, or if it was just another dream." Well, I'm not sure if this is the same film. It's got the actors and the visual appeal, but wheres the travel and quirky band of characters? So far, the pieces aren't fitting. One poster focuses on Wiesz. A trailer focuses only on Law and Jones. Maybe at some point it will all come together and we will get a clear picture.