Everything Everywhere wins 7 Oscars
Everything Everywhere All At Once wins 7 Oscars at the 95th Academy Awards ceremony.
Everything Everywhere took home seven Oscars on Sunday night, including Best Motion Picture of the Year, Best Achievement in Directing (Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert), Best Original Screenplay (Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert), Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role – Michelle Yeoh, Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role – Jamie Lee Curtis, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role – Ke Huy Quan and Best Achievement in Film Editing – Paul Rogers.
The story follows Evelyn, an aging Chinese immigrant who goes on a wild adventure and is eventually tasked with saving the world.
A24, the Independent film studio behind Everything Everywhere All At Once, has made history, becoming the first in the 95-year history of the Oscars to capture the top 6 Awards at once: the four acting categories, director and picture.
This unprecedented achievement was possible with the awards won by the blockbuster Everything Everywhere All At Once, as well as Brendan Fraser's award for critically-acclaimed performance in The Whale.