Everything Everywhere All at Once enters Oscars as unlikely favourite
The nominations mark long-overdue progress for Hollywood's recognition of Asian-led films, says Zhen Zhang, the director of NYU's Asian Film & Media Initiative. Michelle Yeoh is up for best actress, making her the first Asian-identifying woman of Asian descent to be nominated in the category. Yeoh would be the first Malaysian actor to win an Oscar.
Published 3 months ago · Los Angeles, United States
Everything Everywhere All at Once: could the multiverse be real?
The film Everything Everywhere All at Once has enjoyed critical acclaim and awards success. Ahead of the Oscars, where it’s tipped to sweep the board, Ian Sample speaks to theoretical physicist and philosopher Sean Carroll about why we seem to be drawn to the idea of multiple worlds, and what the science says about how the multiverse might actually work
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‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ studio A24 captures Oscar spotlight
A24, the independent studio behind such films as “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and "The Whale," is poised to dominate this year’s Academy Awards, eclipsing Hollywood’s established studios and awards-hungry streamers that are spending millions on Oscar campaigns.
3 months ago·United KingdomRead Full Article
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