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“Everything Everywhere All at Once” Took Home 7 Oscars on Sunday Night!

Everything Everywhere All at Once was the big winner at the 2023 Oscars. It won seven of the 11 awards it was nominated for, including best picture.

It won all of the big awards it was nominated for. The Daniels won best director, Michelle Yeoh won best actress, and it won best film.

The best-supporting actor went to Ke Huy Quan, who has been winning a lot of awards this year. His co-star Jamie Lee Curtis also won her first Oscar for best supporting actress. This came as a bit of a surprise. Everything, Everywhere, All at Once also won awards for best editing and best original screenplay.

Quan, a former child star, made a huge comeback, and the Oscar for best-supporting actor for his role in the indie hit “Everything Everywhere All at Once” was the cherry on top. Before being cast in “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once,” Quan, who was loved for his roles as Short Round in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” and Data in “Goonies,” had almost given up acting.

Curtis was very emotional when she got her award for Everything, Everywhere, All at Once. She thanked all the important people in her life by shouting, “We just won an Oscar!” Quan got a standing ovation when he took the stage and praised “the American dream” after winning best supporting actor.

“My mom is 84 years old, and she’s watching at home.” I just got an Oscar, Mom!” He shouted with joy. He went on to say, “My trip started on a boat. I spent a year in a refugee camp, and now I’m on the biggest stage in Hollywood.

“People say that things like this only happen in movies. I can’t believe this is happening to me. This is the American dream. “I’m so grateful to the academy for giving me the greatest honour of my life.”

“Everything, Everywhere,” which came out in March 2022, helped arthouse theatres get back on their feet after two years of the pandemic. It sold more than $100 million worth of tickets. “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once” beat both “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Avatar: The Way of the Water,” which were both big box office hits and “critical darlings” (“Tar,” “The Banshees of Inisherin”).

Michelle Yeoh won best actress for her work in “Everything, Everywhere, All at Once.” She was the first Asian woman to win the award. Yeoh, who was born in Malaysia and is now 60 years old, won her first Oscar for a performance that used her kung fu skills as well as her comedy and acting skills. She is the first actress who is not white to win the award for best actress in 20 years.

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” Took Home Seven Oscars on Sunday Night

“Don’t ever let anyone tell you, ladies, that you’re past your best,” said Yeoh, who got a loud standing ovation.

The Daniels, who are both 35, won best director for their second film, which was nothing like an Oscar bait movie. Only Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins (“West Side Story”) and Joel and Ethan Coen before them have won the award together (“No Country for Old Men”). Scheinert said, “This award is for all the moms in the world.”

Brendan Fraser won the award for best actor. This marked the end of the former action star’s return to the spotlight for his role as a 600-pound reclusive professor in “The Whale.” The race for best actor was one of the closest of the night, but in the end, Fraser beat Austin Butler.

Fraser pointed to the “Everything Everywhere All at Once” crew and said, “So this is what the multiverse looks like.”

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