With seven Oscars, including Best Picture, “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is the big winner of this 95th ceremony. But more broadly, it is the film that has won the most awards in history!
The seven Oscars won by Everything Everywhere All At Once tonight only added to the overall triumph of the hybrid work of Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan since its surprise success at the global box office throughout the year. 2022. According to the IGN site, which has compiled the data for most of the key ceremonies and award ceremonies, the film is the most awarded in the history of cinema, ahead of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
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According to their calculations, before the Oscars, Everything Everywhere All At Once had thus collected some 158 awards, against 101 for the film by Peter Jackson, on a number of equivalent ceremonies and awards. And now, more broadly, with its Oscars, the film has won 349 prizes against 213 all trophies combined, according to our colleagues at IMDB.
Astonishing fantastic and family adventure, in the heart of an offbeat multiverse, Everything Everywhere All At Once has therefore completed its collection of awards with seven Oscars: Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress ( Michelle Yeoh ), Best Supporting Actress ( Jamie Lee Curtis ), Best Supporting Actor ( Ke Huy Quan ), Best Original Screenplay, Best Editing.