Most Nominations for the Academy of Motion Picture Everything…Yang is nominated for the first Best Actress Award.
The movie “Everysing Everywhere All At Once” (director Daniel Kwan, Daniel Shaynert, hereinafter “Everysing”) was nominated for the most Academy Awards in the United States.
The U.S. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released a list of candidates for the 95th Academy Awards on the 25th. Everything was nominated for 11 out of 10 parts.
Everything swept major categories such as works, scripts, acting, editing, music, theme songs, and costumes. The number of nominations in 11 categories is the highest at the awards ceremony.
Malaysian actor Yang Ja-kyung became the first Asian actor to be nominated for Best Actress. At the 80th Golden Globe Awards, she won the Best Actress Award in a Musical Comedy Film category.
Vietnamese-American actor Ki Hoi Kwan was nominated for Best Supporting Actor. Stephanie Sue and Jamie Lee Curtis won the Best Supporting Actress award side by side.
Everything is a story about a Chinese immigrant woman who runs a laundry shop saving the world. It was well received by weaving it into a multiverse worldview.
Everything also swept the previously held Critics Choice. He won the Best Editing, Best Supporting Actor, Best Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Picture.
The German films “The Western Front Is Clear” and “Inicherin’s Bansy” were nominated for nine categories each at the ceremony. It competes fiercely with ‘everything’.
“The Road of Avatar Water,” “Elvis,” “The Pavelmans,” “Tar,” “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Woman Talking” and “Triangle of Sadness” will also compete as candidates for the best picture.