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Oscars 2023: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Dominates with Seven Wins

/ 09:22 AM March 13, 2023

The movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once” officially became the world’s most-awarded film of all time after the recent 2023 Academy Awards.

It earned seven Oscars on Sunday night for best picture, original screenplay, editing, director,  lead actress, supporting actor, and supporting actress.

The movie earned several others, earning a record-breaking total of 343 wins. Also, it gathered numerous recognitions from other prestigious organizations.

What awards did “Everything Everywhere All At Once” win?

The film’s IMDB page says it gathered 349 wins and 343 nominations, so there’s no way we could list them all in one article!

However, we could emphasize some of the more significant accomplishments. For example, EEAAO led the 95th Academy Awards with 11 nominations.

These included awards for Best Director and Best Picture. Also, lead actress Michelle Yeoh earned the Best Actress award, and Jamie Lee Curtis got one for Best Supporting Actress.


Ke Huy Quan received an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Meanwhile, Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert won Best Director. 

Moreover, Everything Everywhere All at Once won four awards at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. As a result, the film broke the group’s record for the most wins by a single movie. 

The A24 movie also gathered multiple awards at the Film Independent Spirit Awards, with eight nominations and seven wins. 


Additionally, it won 158 recognitions from various organizations and ceremonies. Back then, the British drama movie “Slumdog Millionaire” held the title of the most-awarded movie of all time. 

The Indian-themed movie earned eight Oscars in 2009, including best picture, adapted screenplay, editing, score, director, cinematography, sound mixing, and original song.

Before Everything Everywhere All at Once, the closest best picture winner to rival Slumdog Millionaire’s accolades was “The Hurt Locker.” It won six Oscars in 2010.

Also, Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King” earned a comparable 101 awards.

However, IGN noted that EEAAO would still beat Return of the King if we counted all its nominations and awards.

LOTR would have a total of 213 awards and 337 nominations. On the other hand, Everything Everywhere All At Once would have 336 awards and 691 nominations.

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