Everything Everywhere All at Once Becomes First A24 Movie to Surpass $100 Million at Box Office

A24 is celebrating the success of Everything Everywhere All at Once, as the film continues to reach new milestones for the indie film company. Back when the film had reached over $80 million in worldwide ticket sales, it had officially overtaken Ari Aster’s horror hit Hereditary as the highest-grossing A24 movie. With the film’s return to theaters this weekend for a special re-release including a new intro video and a bonus outtake sequence, Everything Everywhere All at Once has now also become the first A24 movie to surpass $100 million at the box office.

Domestically, the film has garnered about $69 million with another $31 million plus earned in overseas ticket sales. That’s not bad at all for a film with a budget of $25 million. To put it into perspective, the other A24 movies that Everything Everywhere All at Once has surpassed to become the studio’s most successful movie include Hereditary at $79 million, Lady Bird at $78 million, and Moonlight at $65 million. Adam Sandler’s Uncut Gems stood tall as the highest earner in the United States and Canada for A24 with $50 million before it was overtaken by Everything Everywhere All at Once.


“Millions THANK YOU for supporting us and the cinemas,” the film’s star Michelle Yeoh posted to Instagram to celebrate the news. Her co-star Jamie Lee Curtis also posted a photo of herself with Yeoh to congratulate her and the rest of the Everything Everywhere All at Once team for the film’s continued success.

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Everything Everywhere All at Once Is a Huge Hit for A24


It’s impressive that the movie still continues to do well at theaters even though it’s also available on Digital. One major reason that fans continue to see the film is that word of mouth has spread about its quality. Critics bestowed the movie with a very high 95% score on Rotten Tomatoes and the audience score wasn’t too far behind at 89%. The bonkers film is also the kind of movie that may be best enjoyed on the big screen, and some filmgoers are taking advantage of that opportunity.

Everything Everywhere All at Once was directed by the Daniels, aka Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. It stars Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., James Hong, and Jamie Lee Curtis. Below you’ll find an official trailer along with the synopsis for the movie.

When an interdimensional rupture unravels reality, an unlikely hero must channel her newfound powers to fight bizarre and bewildering dangers from the multiverse as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

You can catch Everything Everywhere All at Once in theaters with a new intro and outtakes, or you can watch the movie on Digital. Perhaps with all of this continued success, the movie just might end up getting a sequel made, but as of right now, none are in production.