Everywhere All at Once won seven out of 11 Oscar last night. It also made history that could change the status quo of Hollywood.The film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” captivates with its blend of genres. It wins at Golden Globes and Actors Guild Awards, among others. The Academy Awards seals its position as a cinematic masterpiece. Despite limited release, it earns $106,702,207 at the box office.
Everything Everywhere All at Once
Ke Huy Quan thought he was so lucky when he was a kid. Steven Spielberg cast him in two big blockbuster movies.Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was the movie that puts him in the map. He was the kid sidekick of Harrison Ford, he played the witty and spunky little boy named Short Round. That movie gave him 15 minutes of fame in the 1980s. He thought his winning streak continues when he got cast in the movie, Goonies. He played the genius inventor Data who have a utility belt that can make Batman jelous. His first two movies are box office hit but he struggled to continue the streak when the offers decline.
A lot of people have been saying lately that Hollywood is creatively bankrupt…that it’s impossible to get something into a theater that isn’t based on an already existing IP or a decades-old superhero. People who say this aren’t paying any attention to A24, the smaller studio that’s been cranking out original, bonkers concepts that usually win over critics (and sometimes even become hits). And they don’t come more bonkers than “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” the comedy/drama/action/whatever A24 is putting out next spring.