Liam Hemsworth fans are in for a treat this week as we are going to be seeing the actor not one but two movies - yes, double the delight.
Of course he is back as Gale in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, but we are also going to be seeing him team up with Oscar winner Kate Winslet for drama The Dressmaker.
And if you are a fan of indie film, The Dressmaker is promising to be a movie that's not to be missed this week. The Dressmaker is a big screen adaptation of the novel by Rosalie Ham and sees Jocelyn Moorhouse in the director's chair.
There's just a few days to go until the film hits the big screen and here is a great new clip for you to take a look at. Any Hemsworth fans are in for a bit of a treat:
The Dressmaker is the fifth film of Moorhouse's directing career and the first since A Thousand Acres back in 1997. It is the first time that Winslet and Hemsworth have worked with the filmmaker and the first time that they have teamed up with each other.
A terrific cast has been assembled for The Dressmaker as Winslet and Hemsworth are joined by Hugo Weaving, Sarah Snook, Judy Davis, Caroline Goodall, and Kerry Fox.
Winslet has had a very busy 2015 with Steve Jobs, Insurgent, and A Little Chaos and it is always great to see her back on the big screen in a leading role.
The Dressmaker is a bittersweet, revenge comedy-drama set in 1950s outback Australia. Tilly Dunnage (Winslet), as elegant as she is determined, causes a stir when she returns home from the exclusive couture world of Paris to the tiny backwater of Dungatar, seeking to right the wrongs of her past.
Before she can reconcile with her eccentric mother (Davis) and the even more oddball townsfolk, Tilly is swept off her feet by local hunk, Teddy (Hemsworth). But armed with her sewing machine and her incredible talent, Tilly sets about to not only transform the women of the town but also to exact sweet revenge on those who did her wrong.
So, if the blockbusters aren't really for you this weekend The Dressmaker could be a film that is right up your street.
The Dressmaker is released 20th November.