Michelle Yeoh has addressed the possibility of a sequel to Everything Everywhere All At Once. The Daniels’ sci-fi epic, released in 2022, follows a Chinese immigrant (Yeoh) as she connects with parallel universe versions of herself to save the multiverse.
While it wasn’t necessarily marketed as an LGBTQ+ film, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a love story between a mother and her queer daughter (Stephanie Hsu), as well as an exploration of existentialism, nihilism and Asian-American identity with fanny pack brawls, hot dog fingers and googly-eyed rocks.
The film was met with universal critical acclaim, winning seven Academy Awards including the coveted Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Director (the Daniels), Best Actress (Yeoh), Best Actor (Ke Huy Quan), Best Supporting Actress (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Best Film Editing.
Everything Everywhere All At Once is also estimated to be the most awarded film of all time, with 264 wins from 404 nominations.