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‘Everything Every Everywhere All At Once’ could win big at Golden Globes

Fans using the website Gold Derby predict that Everything Everywhere All At Once will win big at the Golden Globes on Tuesday.

According to Deadline, the film is nominated for six Golden Globes second only to The Banshees of Inisherin which received eight nominations. Everything Everywhere All At Once is nominated for:

  • Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy; Michelle Yeoh
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture; Jamie Lee Curtis
  • Best Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture; Ke Huy Quan
  • Best Director – Motion Picture; Daniel Scheinert/Daniel Kwan
  • Best Screenplay – Motion Picture; Daniel Scheinert/Daniel Kwan

Gold Derby pools award predictions from leading experts and invites users on their site to make their own predictions. This year users and experts believe that Everything Everywhere All At Once will win four out of six awards. The site predicts that the film will sweep the three acting categories it is nominated for and take home the Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.

In an interview with ET at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Michelle Yeoh said the cast will be at the Golden Globes on Tuesday “cheering each other on.” A year ago, they had never expected to be where they are today.

“Did we expect this? No. But, hell yes we are loving it,” Yeoh said in the interview.

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