‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Could Become A24’s Highest-Grossing Film in U.S.

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“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is on track to become A24’s highest-grossing domestic release of all time.

The standout film has now earned around $47 million in the United States and Canada, Forbes reports. It is currently A24’s third-highest domestic grossing film, behind “Lady Bird” ($49 million) and “Uncut Gems” ($50 million).

According to Variety, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” dropped just 11% at the box office this weekend since its release. It will likely earn over $50 million.

The film follows Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), a laundromat owner who is trying to do her taxes. Wang suddenly gains martial arts powers and is thrown into a multiverse of madness, according to Movie Web.

Critics and audiences have both enjoyed “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” It currently has a 96 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. According to Forbes, the film has already outgrossed all of last year’s Oscar Best Picture nominees except for “Dune.”

Yeoh has enjoyed playing Wang and putting her martial arts skills to the test.

“It seems like I waited the last 37 years to make this film,” said Yeoh during a post-screening question and answer reported on by AsAmNews. “To not having to be glamourous all the time. They gave me the incredible opportunity to play this incredible character-being a woman who holds the family together.”

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