“Everything Everywhere All At Once” proved to be a force to be reckoned with during the 95th Academy Awards ceremony. The film received a remarkable 11 nominations and went on to win an incredible seven awards. Among its many honors were Best Film, Best Original Screenplay, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor and Actress, Best Actress, and Best Editing. Read More…
The film’s tremendous success was not restricted to one or two prizes, but rather a steady stream of recognition and acclaim. With each award, “Everything Everywhere At Once” cemented its position in movie history as a great achievement of storytelling and filmmaking.
‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Night
The masterpiece shattered records for Asian representation in Hollywood, as Michelle Yeoh made history as the first self-identified Asian-American leading lady to drape the Best Actress award, while Ke Huy Quan proudly claimed the title of second Asian actor to win the prestigious Best Supporting Actor trophy. Their remarkable accomplishments serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration for aspiring Asian talents seeking a fair chance to shine on the silver screen.
‘EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE’ takes home seven Academy Awards. #Oscars
• Best Picture
• Best Director
• Best Original Screenplay
• Best Actress
• Best Supporting Actor
• Best Supporting Actress
• Best Film Editing pic.twitter.com/NwZTqsn1OY
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An unexpected influx of young talent energized the sparkle and glamour of Hollywood’s greatest night. Sixteen of the twenty candidates vying for the lead and supporting roles were first-timers on the coveted red carpet. With such a dynamic and diverse lineup, it’s no surprise that the evening belonged to these emerging talents, who took home all four trophies. Among them were two incredibly varied and distinctive newcomers who won Best Supporting Actor and Actress, respectively, bringing even more excitement to an already remarkable evening.
Everything Everywhere All At Once is now the most-awarded movie in history.
With 158 accolades to date, it beats out Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” which has received 101 major accolades since its release 20 years ago, according to IGN. pic.twitter.com/tbM7IZtXCb
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Best Film, Best Actress for the outstanding Michelle Yeoh, Best Supporting Actress for the vivacious Jamie Lee Curtis, and Best Supporting Actor for the dynamic Ke Huy Quan were all awarded to ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, the film’s creative filmmakers, were awarded well-deserved trophies for their superb direction and extraordinary original writing.