The kung fu sci-fi film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” starring Michelle Yeoh has exceeded 20 million US dollars at the box office, and the latest box office report is 20.5 million. Its reputation and discussion are also very high.
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” has become another successful example of A24’s successful low-budget art film with Asian casts in Hollywood.
The film was released in Northern America on March 25. It did not adopt the streaming synchronization strategy commonly used in small films during the epidemic, but chose the staged theatrical release that was common before the epidemic (only 10 theaters in the United States were logged in the first week), with The high box office and good word-of-mouth of a single museum are gradually promoted, and its box office trend is worthy of attention.
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” cost around $25 million to make.