Oscar-winning actress Michelle Yeoh spoke about the resounding success of Everything Everywhere All At Once and how, in her view, a sequel is not necessary at all.
Everything Everywhere All at Once, film by the Daniels brothers, made a clean sweep at this year’s Oscars. The film even broke the record of The Lord of the Rings by becoming the most awarded film ever. A resounding success that prompted many to wonder if there would be a sequelbut the protagonist took care of answering it Michelle Yeoh.
“There will be no sequel, it would be like repeating the same thing” declared during the Cannes Film Festival. “There are mega-films that take terrible box office losses, yet they keep doing the same thing. Studios think this is their comfort zone. The bigger the budgets get, the more they think that more violence and more CGI make them better. , but it’s not like that. Everything is in the narrative and the strength of Everything Everywhere All At Once was in love, that was the main theme. Even if we talked about the multiverse”.
Everything Everywhere All at Once: we explain why it’s not just a movie about the multiverse
La trama di Everything Everywhere All At Once
Everything Everywhere All at Once tells a universal story through all possible dimensions of time, space and being. A highly spectacular and at the same time profound film, which combines comedy, family drama, martial arts, romance, fingers made of frankfurters and a bagel that holds the secrets of the universe.
Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh) runs a small laundromat, has a teenage daughter who no longer understands, a dazed father and a fruitless marriage. A routine tax audit unexpectedly becomes the door through which Evelyn is drawn into an enthralling and colorful adventure in the most innovative and entertaining multiverse ever seen in cinemas. Called upon to save the fate of universes, she will have to draw on all of her courage to defeat a seemingly unstoppable enemy and restore harmony to her family.
The film returned to Italian cinemas on 2 February thanks to I Wonder Pictures, in collaboration with the Unipol Biografilm Collection.