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Everything Everywhere All at Once Triumphant at the Stage of Oscars 2023 With 7 Awards and 11 Nominations!

By Riley Long on March 13, 2023
Everything Everywhere All at Once Triumphant in Oscars 2023: Here’s All Awards, Nominations and Cast

The jumbling and rambling rollercoaster of time, place, matter, and mess, Everything Everywhere All At Once really took us on a ride. With the portal of the multiverse open wild and free, the futuristic movie also bagged some remarkable awards at the 95th Academy Awards.

Co-written and co-directed by Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan along with producers Anthony and Joe Russo, Everything Everywhere All At Once not only had the most nominations but also got glorified with the most awards won. All more, some histories were also created! This unique story about a Chinese immigrant family, the Daniels' second feature film, combined science fiction and parallel dimensions with the tale of an everyday housewife and laundromat proprietor. The review of the movie was just as incredible and has grossed a worldwide total of $108 million.

Watch: Everything Everywhere All At Once| Official Trailer| A24

Everything Everywhere All at Once Has Been Able to Bag 7 Awards Out of Its 11 Nominations!

With the madness of a multiverse mixed with some sprinkle of comedy, action, and emotions, the movie took home 7 awards out of 11 nominations. The nominations included Best Picture, Best Actress in Leading Role, Best Supporting Actress twice, Best Supporting Actor, Best Directing, Original Screenplay, Best Music, Best Costume Design, Best Film Editing, and Best Original score.

Among the 11 nominations, the indie hit was successful in bagging best picture, director, original screenplay, lead actress, supporting actress, supporting actor, and editing.

Talking about making history, Michelle Yeoh won the prize for best actress for her celebrated work in Everything Everywhere All at Once, making waves as the first Asian woman to do so. Yeoh, 60, a Malaysian native, won her first Oscars for a performance that incorporated both her comedic and dramatic talents as well as her kung fu prowess. She is the only non-white actress to win best actress in the past 20 years. Conveying power through her words, Michelle said,

For all the little boys and girls who look like me watching tonight, this is a beacon of hope and possibilities. This is proof to dream big and dreams do come true.

She goes on to add,

Ladies, don’t let anybody tell you you’re ever past your prime.

Along with Michelle, Ke Huy Quan also won his first Oscar. The Indiana Jones actor had everyone in tears during his speech. Dedicating his award to his beloved mother and his journey, Quan exclaimed,

My journey started on a boat. I spent a year in a refugee camp. And somehow I ended up on Hollywood’s biggest stage. They say stories like this only happened in the movies. I cannot believe it’s happening to me. This is the American Dream.

Jamie Lee Curtis was also able to bag her first-ever Oscars. Adding a blend of spice, love, and 'oomph' to the movie, Curtis played Deirdre Beaubeirdre, the IRS agent. The daughter of two Oscars-nominated actors, Janet Leigh, and Tony Curtis, Jamie is keeping up her family's honors. The Halloween actress remarked,

To all the people who have supported the genre movies that I’ve made for these years, the thousands and hundreds of thousands of people, we just won an Oscar together!

For her incredible role as Joy, Stephanie Hsu was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress. In her anti-hero role, keeping up with the madness and colors of the multiverse accompanied by a plethora of emotions portrayed by the character, Hsu's performance in the movie was much appreciated.

The cast of the movie included Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn Quan Wang, Stephanie Hsu as Joy Wang, Ke Huy Quan as Waymond WangJames Hong as Gong Gong, Jamie Lee Curtis as Deirdre BeaubeirdreJenny Slate as Debbie the Dog Mom, and Harry Shum Jr. as Chad, the teppanyaki chef.

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