A24 fans Everything everywhere all at once have another chance to see the acclaimed feature film on the big screen, as it returns to theaters at the end of this month. Even better, the re-release comes with bonus content to enhance the experience. This includes a brand new intro video that will air at the start of the film featuring the Daniels, the film’s directing duo of Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. Eight minutes of takes will also be included, and given the nature of the film, we can only imagine how wild some of it will be.
Everything everywhere all at once stars Michelle Kwan as a woman audited by the Internal Revenue Service who teams up with parallel universe versions of herself to help save the multiverse. While recalling Marvel movies like Spider-Man: No Coming Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Everything everywhere all at once is far more comedic, embracing its absurd nature with highly entertaining results. The film has been widely praised and ranks 95% fresh at Rotten Tomatoes.
Starring Kwan, the film stars Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., James Hong, and Jamie Lee Curtis. The Daniels produced the feature with Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, Mike Larocca and Jonathan Wang.
Everything everywhere, everything at once is A24’s highest-grossing film
The budget for Everything everywhere all at once was quite modest at around $25 million. Upon its theatrical release, the film grossed $94 million to become the highest-grossing film released by A24, surpassing Adam Sandler’s hit. Uncut Gems. Some fans may say it’s a movie that’s best enjoyed on the big screen and A24 seems to be banking on people coming back to give it another watch with the bonus content included. Of course, fans who missed the movie the first time around will also get another chance.
“Yeah, it took six years and a couple hundred people,” co-director Daniel Scheinert told ComicsBeat of where the concept came from. “But it all started with us just doing Swiss army man, wondering what we’ll do next. And the journalists who were like, ‘Are you going to do like a Marvel movie next?’ And I think that got us thinking: what does action sci-fi look like, what would we like to do? And we started chewing on that multiverse leap premise.”
Bringing together the stellar cast, the co-director added: “At the time, there was a point where we decided this could be an ode to kung fu movies and that style of action that we We could choose the actors we admire. . Then the family would be Chinese-American, which would be something that we hadn’t had the opportunity to explore in our work. where we were like, ‘Let’s write this down. I think it sounds exciting.”
Everything everywhere all at once returns to theaters with bonus content on July 29, 2022, via A24.