Elsewhere, 12 Years a Slave got a bunch of nominations this week – 10 for the BAFTAs, six for the NAACP Image Awards, and also for the ASC Awards, the Art Directors Guild Awards, Costume Designers Guild Awards, the ACE Eddie Awards, and the USC Libraries Scripter Award). It was also named best film at the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards and won Best Adapted Screenplay at the at Final Draft Screenwriters Choice Awards.
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.