The hit action comedy film ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ has recently surpassed $100 million at the global box office, with $68.9 million in Northern America and $31.1 million outside of Northern America, also becoming the first film from the renowned independent film production & distribution company A24 to It also became the first film of the well-known independent film production & distribution company A24 to break $100 million at the global box office.
The film, starring Michelle Yeoh and directed by Dan Kwan& Daniel Scheinert, opens in Northern America on March 25 and cost $25 million to produce.
In addition to being considered a big dark horse at the box office among recent art films, A24 also plans to push ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ to make gains this Oscar season, and has begun Northern America re-releases in recent days.
The film tells the story of a middle-aged Chinese American woman who is suddenly told by her husband (from another universe) that there are many universes and many “shes” in the world, and that the fate of these “shes” is connected, and that the fate of these many universes is now in the hands of this “she”. The fate of these many universes is now in the hands of this “she”.