Julie Delpy, as you may already be aware, rules. We've loved her ever since the early '90s, when she starred in Krzysztof Kieslowski's White (which just so happens to be one of the greatest movies of all-time) and then followed it up by wandering the streets of Vienna all night with Ethan Hawke in Before Sunrise. (Frankly, we're pretty sure we can trace most of our relationship problems back to the unrealistic expectations set by that film's youthful romantic haze.) Since then, we've loved all the various ways she has revisited basically that same Before Sunrise character: in the wistfully mature sequel, Before Sunset; in the animated dream-world philosophy of Waking Life; and in 2 Days In Paris, which she wrote, produced, directed, edited and even scored herself, while replacing Ethan Hawke with Adam Goldberg.
Now she's made a sequel, 2 Days in New York, with Chris Rock. It's set for release at the end of March and the first trailers have just been released.
(It'll help for the second one if you happen to know French, but rest assured the translator in the scene is doing a hilariously bad job. Slate, the lovely online publication which tipped us off to these, has a translation if you scroll down here.):