Everything Everywhere All At Once will beat the studio’s domestic box office record set by Uncut Gems.
The film is to pass the $50 million mark this Sunday to become A24’s highest-grossing film, Deadline reports.
The movie also surpassed the Oscar-nominated Ladybird which ended its box office run at $48.95 million, according to Vulture.
Everything Everywhere All At Once has yet to see a significant drop-off in ticket sales. GQ reports that the film only dropped 6% last week and even added theaters.
“When it hits the $52 million mark it will outgross House of Gucci at the domestic box office, that means it will have made more than any of last year’s Oscar-season awards releases, except for Dune,” Scott Mendelson, who covers film and box office results for Forbes, said to GQ about the recent success of Everything Everywhere All At Once.
Co-directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheiner, the movie follows the personal parallel universes of Evelyn played by Michelle Yeoh, according to GQ. With a quick pace, the film touches upon both comedic and sentimental tones.
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