“Everything Everywhere All At Once” wins big at the Critics Choice Awards

The film crew Everything Everywhere All At Once had a great Sunday. The feature film, nominated 14 times at the Critics Choice Awards, indeed left with five trophies from this 28th ceremony, and not just any. The work of directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert has been widely rewarded.

The two filmmakers shared the Critics Choice Award for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. Best Editing went to Paul Rogers.

That’s not all, since one of the film’s actors was also honored. Ke Huy Quan, who plays Waymond Wang, walked away with the Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor. He won the 2023 Golden Globes in the same category on January 10.

TV side

Michelle Yeoh, the film’s lead actress, also left the Golden Globes with a trophy for her performance. So many awards that may bode well for the Oscars to come. Nominations are due to be announced on January 24.

The Critics Choice Awards reward the best of cinema but also of television. And this is the series Better Call Saul which was the most awarded. She won the Critics Choice Award for Best Drama Series, Best Actor in a Drama Series for Bob Odenkirk and finally, Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for Giancarlo Esposito.

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