Peter Paltridge

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Everyone knows who Michelle Yeoh is now thanks to the cult hit Everything Everywhere All At Once, but she’s been around for far longer than most realize. Soon, Yeoh will be honored for a lifetime of achievements, when she becomes the recipient of the 15th annual Kirk Douglas Award For Excellence In Film.
This award, of course, is the first of its kind that Kirk Douglas himself won’t be around to see given out. But they got Michael Douglas to say something: “A well-deserved honor for the legendary and multi-talented Michelle Yeoh. She has been entertaining and thrilling us in films since the 1980s …… AND she does her own stunts!!  Bravo Michelle!”
Since crossing over from the Hong Kong cinema where she got her start, Yeoh has been in pretty much every Hollywood film with even a light Asian theme over the past 30 years, including Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 1 & 2, Rob Marshall’s Memoirs of a Geisha,  and Jon Chu’s Crazy Rich Asians, along with Roger Spottiswoode’s James Bond film...

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Everything Everywhere All at Once is that movie that changed Michelle Yeoh's life. She had proven she is more than a Martial Artist and former Bond girl.


In "Everything Everywhere All at Once," she is simply stunning. "I was absolutely astounded that the superhero was this common, elderly, Asian immigrant woman... and we never see them because they are preoccupied with getting home, preparing meals for their family, and taking care of their kids or husbands. That's why it was fantastic to have the chance to give this woman a strong voice and make her a superhero. The film's pure brilliance.

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