'Everything Everywhere All At Once' bagged 5 Critics Choice Awards this season

'Everything Everywhere All At Once' bagged 5 Critics Choice Awards this season
(L-R) Kelsi Ephraim, Jason Kisvarday, Zak Stoltz, Harry Shum Jr., Stephanie Hsu, Dan Kwan, Jonathan Wang, Michelle Yeoh, Shirley Kurata, Ke Huy Quan, Paul Rogers, Daniel Scheinert and Jon Read, winners for 'Everything Everywhere All at Once,' (Emma McInty

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: It is a new dawn, a new day, in fact, a great day for the cast and creators of ' 'Everything Everywhere All at Once,' as the film won 5 Critics Choice Awards out of 14 nominations. In case you are wondering how the voting works for the award show, the Critics Choice Awards are voted on by “broadcast, radio, and online critics as well as entertainment journalists who review films and documentaries as well as scripted and unscripted television.”


However, it wasn’t just a night for 'Everything Everywhere All At Once,' however. On the television side, 'Abbott Elementary' won two awards, including Best Comedy Series. 'The Dropout' won two awards, including Best Limited Series. As well as, 'Better Call Saul' won three awards, including Best Drama Series.'Everything Everywhere All At Once,' grossed over 103 million dollars at the box office and became A24's first film to cross the 100 million mark and also become its highest-grossing film.


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The beloved multiverse movie that almost defies genre classification won five awards, including Best Picture, Best Director for Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Best Original Screenplay for the Daniels, Best Editing, and Best Supporting Actor for Ke Huy Quan.


The movie which was seen to dominate the show was far from a surprise: the movie led all features with 14 nominations, including four acting citations for Quan, Michelle Yeoh (who lost Best Actress to Cate Blanchett for 'TAR'), and Stephanie Hsu and Jamie Lee Curtis (who both lost in the Best Supporting Actress to Angela Bassett for 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever'). Lastly, the other acting winner was Brendan Fraser for 'The Whale,' a victory that could springboard him to an eventual Oscar win.

'Everything Everywhere All at Once' is an absurdist comedy-drama film. The plot centers on a Chinese-American immigrant (played by Michelle Yeoh) who, while being audited by the IRS, discovers that she must connect with parallel universe versions of herself.  Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., James Hong, and Jamie Lee Curtis appear in supporting roles.


Furthermore, the cast of 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' truly is living up to its name.

Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan, and Stephanie Hsu, who starred as a first-generation family in the Daniels’ A24 award-winning film, reunite onscreen for the upcoming Disney+ series 'American Born Chinese.'

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