Just Before I Go is one of the titles that will be screened in the Spotlight section at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 16 to 27. For the full lineup, click here.
The schedule isn’t online so no exact dates yet, but if you are planning on going, you can find some general info about tickets at TribecaFilm.com.
Just Before I Go
Directed by Courteney Cox, written by David Flebotte
(USA) – World Premiere, Narrative
Seann William Scott plays Ted Morgan, a down-on-his-luck everyman who has decided he’s had enough of the hard knocks life has thrown his way. But before saying his final adieu, Ted returns to his hometown to right a few wrongs. Enter a zany cast of characters, including Rob Riggle, Olivia Thirlby, and Garret Dillahunt, who, whilst royally messing up his scheme, manage to teach him a few clumsy, but ultimately valuable lessons.
And while I’m updating, Courteney Cox mentioned in an interview that they’ve submitted Just Before I Go to two festivals – SXSW (Austin, March) and Tribeca (NYC, April) – so if the film is accepted, that’s where it might premiere.
Here is a preview of tonight’s Raising Hope:
Maw Maw accidentally calls a wrong number in her contact book, bringing Virginia’s cousin, Delilah (guest star Amy Sedaris), back to town. When the two rivals fight nonstop, Maw Maw threatens to give everything in her will to the granddaughter who can act the most civil. Meanwhile, Jimmy and Sabrina have trouble finding a babysitter for Hope in the all-new “Hey There, Delilah” episode of RAISING HOPE airing Friday, Jan. 10 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Deadline has the announcement for Hello, I Must Be Going. They start shooting in L.A. later this month.
The former Friends star is getting behind the camera for her feature directorial debut with Hello I Must Be Going. Written by David Flebotte, the Courteney Cox helmed pic has Seann William Scott in the lead role as Ted Morgan, a depressed man who heads back to his hometown to right some wrongs before committing suicide. Former Private Practice actress Kate Walsh co-stars as his sister-in-law Kathleen Morgan in the movie. A co-EP on Desperate Housewives, Flebotte has written for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and served as a consulting producer on Raising Hope. The star of that Fox comedy Garret Dillahunt and former Daily Show correspondent and Internship actor Rob Riggle are also in the cast of Hello I Must Be Going.
And a few BTS clips showed up on the WIGS channel in the last few days. The latest one (embedded first) has an interview with Garret.