How Many Oscars Did Everything Everywhere All at Once Win?

Well, the star-studded event, and with that, we mean the 2023 Oscars, is finally here, and viewers are so ready to watch their favorite shows, movies, and actors take home the big win. Fans glued their eyes to their televisions to watch the sparkling highlights of the red carpet moments and, of course, the emotional and humorous acceptance speeches of the winners. Last year’s awards were quite messy, and a lot of controversies surrounding Will Smith and Chris Rock left the audience in shock. 

This year, the talented host Jimmy Kimmel took the stage on Sunday evening to kick start the ceremony, and all 23 category winners were revealed at the glorious ceremony, which took place at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood. The major highlight of the event was Everything Everywhere All at Once which received the most record-smashing awards this season and became the most-awarded best picture winner.

Everything Everywhere All at Once becomes the Most-Awarded film this year

Everything Everywhere All At Once
Everything Everywhere All At Once

Making history Everything Everywhere All at Once took home seven Oscars last night, with the winning categories including Best Director, Best Picture, Original Screenplay, Lead Actress, Supporting Actress, Supporting Actor, and Editing. The extraordinary film was released in March 2022. This year’s awards looked quite different, and as they mentioned, they have a crisis team in case something happens. But coming back to the point, this titular film has absolutely dominated this year’s award.

Best Actress in a Leading Role

  • Michelle Yeoh 

Best Picture

  • Everything Everywhere All At Once

 Best Directing

  • The Daniels

 Best Film Editing 

  • Paul Rogers

Best Original Screenplay

  • Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert 

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

  • Ke Huy Quan

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

  • Jamie Lee Curtis

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Actress Michelle Yeoh has made history as she became the first Asian woman to win the best actress for her magnificent role in Everything Everywhere All at Once. The 60-year-old star was thrilled to win her first Oscar, and she thanked her parents and her family as she got emotional while delivering her thank you speech.

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Everything Everywhere All at Once stars ‘ accepting speeches

Daniel Kwan Source: Mashable

As the movie director Daniel Kwan walked to the stage to accept his Oscar for Best Director for Everything Everywhere All At Once, he delivered a special note on his outfit as he wore a jacket. The message reads “PUNK APPLIQUE,” which was written in big yellow letters.

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Actress Michelle Yeoh won the award for best actress in a leading role, and as she went on stage to accept the same, she took the mic and told the global audience with her fierce personality,

“For all the little boys and girls who look like me watching tonight, this is a beacon of hope and possibilities. This is proof that dreams do come true. And ladies, don’t let anyone tell you that you are past your prime.”

Ke Huy Quan Source: Variety

Ke Huy Quan won the Oscar for best-supporting actor for his role in the titular movie, and he delivered a very emotional speech while he received his award, saying,

“Mom, I just won an Oscar! My journey started on a boat, and I spent a year in a refugee camp, and somehow, I ended up here on Hollywood’s biggest stage. Stories like this only happen in the movies.”

Everything Everywhere All at Once is an extraordinary and ambitious movie as it centers on Evelyn Wang, a Chinese-American immigrant who is being audited by the IRS and later learns that she must connect with parallel universe versions of herself. It is a heroic journey through alternate universes where the only constant is her complicated love for her family.

Source: Hollywood Reporter


Rama works as a content writer at Animated Times and enjoys all things pop culture. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism and has worked in various aspects of the content space for the past five years, including entertainment news writing, advertising, script-writing, blogging, and more. When she's not watching movies or bingeing TV shows, you can find her quietly obsessing over new music or exploring city cafes.

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