LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Michelle Yeoh’s latest phenomenal project, Everything Everywhere All at Once, is a one-of-a-kind sci-fi drama that took audiences by surprise. The film explores the life of a Chinese immigrant family led by a weary Evelyn Quan Wang (played by Yeoh) who runs a laundromat and faces an IRS audit. Her whirlwind adventure through the lives she could have had is also related to the ongoing issue she has with her exhausted strained family and how she chose the solution to the problem with the IRS, her relationship with her daughter and her Life takes form the core of the story.
Although there are several films that explore the concept of the multiverse, Everything Everywhere All at Once stood out for its unfathomable imagination combined with outstanding performances and a strong plot that captivated audiences and made this film an instant classic.
It’s no wonder people are waiting for a possible sequel that would further explore the wonderfully weird iterations of Evelyn’s worlds. In a recent red carpet interview with diversity, Yeoh is asked the most burning question of whether there will be a sequel and if she would be interested in one. The answer was a resounding “no,” but she made it clear that she’s ready for a possible fork. She said she was interested in a universe where Evelyn was a rock star. She said that if she wanted to come back, she would like to be a singer. The star added that with songs and great voices, it’s easier to connect and reach everyone, regardless of their age. She also said her inspirations in this area are Adele and Lady Gaga.
“No… Maybe a spin-off. How about? … I dont know. I want a universe where I’m a rock star. I want to come back when I have to come back as someone who has this amazing voice, you know…” It should be noted that Yeoh recently won the Best Actress – Motion Picture – Musical/Comedy category for All at Once ” had received. The possibility of a spinoff would be a perfect opportunity to delve into this, as there are literally countless versions to explore, be it the Alphaverse or the rocky one. Everything Everywhere All at Once also won the Critics Choice Awards with numerous wins in all categories including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay.