Even before the 2023 Oscar ceremony, where it leads the nominations and is the favorite of the night, “Everything in Every Place at the Same Time” made history by becoming the most awarded film of all time, according to a survey by IGN.
The record belonged to the long “Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” which holds 101 awards.
It is worth mentioning that since 2004, when the last film in Peter Jackson’s successful trilogy was released, new awards have been created.
So far, the Daniels film has won 158 awards, a number that can – and should – increase tonight.
The Oscars take place this Sunday (12) and have “Everything Everywhere at the Same Time” as the overwhelming favorite with 11 nominations.
In the season, the production has already been awarded by the Bafta, Golden Globe, Critic’s Choice Awards, SAG Awards, PAG Awards and more.
The plot follows Evelyn, a Chinese immigrant to the United States who is married, has a lesbian daughter, a strict father, and a rather lame laundry.
Amid confusion with taxes, she has to go to the Internal Revenue Services, a type of American federal revenue, to explain her expenses, but not before being chosen as the savior of several realities and threatened by an evil entity.
An interdimensional rift messes up reality, and Evelyn must use her newfound powers to fight the bizarre dangers of the multiverse.
Source: CNN Brasil
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