And from the trailer it looks as though it'll be a classic Allen.
It's apparently a romantic comedy which follows a young American couple, engaged to be married, on holiday in Paris with their families.
A Paris which, as the trailer says, "in the morning is beautiful, in the afternoon charming, in the evening enchanting but after midnight is magic."
Without giving too much away the plot reportedly sees the young man (played by Owen Wilson) walk the streets of Paris by night alone, during which he falls under the spell of the city and the couple is "forced to confront the illusion that a life different from their own is better".
Ah! Very Allen with blissfully sumptuous shots of the city of lights in all its glory; clichéd perhaps but inevitable - a delight for any fan of the director's previous 40 films.
Yes it might be very much in the mould of the 75-year-old's other romantic comedies and slightly hackneyed in the way it presents the French capital, but what the heck.
It's Allen and fans probably won't be disappointed and there's that cast of course.
It combines Hollywood A-listers with a splash of European: a mix of Allen favourites, Oscar winners and a couple of bright young(ish) things
Apart from Owen - and in alphabetic order - there's (among others) Kathy Bates, Adrian Brody, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Michael Sheen...and oh yes...a certain Carla Bruni (the "Sarkozy" part of her surname seems to have been dropped for some reason).
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" (screenshot from trailer)
Woo hoo. It has finally happened.
After modelling, singing (ongoing), and first-ladying, Bruni-Sarkozy now hits the big screen, just as Allen promised she would back in June 2009
Well if the truth be told it'll actually be Bruni-Sarkozy's second film appearance .
Her debut came back in Robert Altman's 1994 fashion satire "Pret-a-Porter". But perhaps that doesn't count as she played herself and that, only briefly.
This time though she speaks. And that, in spite of rumours (hotly denied by Allen) that it required rather a lot of takes (30 or more) for the Finely Chiselled One to get her lines right.
Bruni-Sarkozy has also survived the cutting room floor and although her performance might be overshadowed by the real stars, who cares?
There she is, larger than life and many times more beautiful, adding yet another string to her multi-talented bow of talents.
All right, so it might be a little exaggerated to judge her performance from the virtual nano-second trailer appearance (blink and you might miss it) but the French and others will get the chance to see for themselves on May 11.
That's when it'll be shown as the opening film at this year's annual bash in Cannes whose director, Thierry Frémaux, has described Allen's latest work as, "A wonderful love letter to Paris."
One thing's for sure, if the whole cast pitches up for the showing, the red carpet promises to come in for some serious tread.
The French won't have to wait too long to flood to the cinema to see their first lady as the film will open in cinemas across the country on the same day.
For those though that cannot wait, here's the trailer.