We revisit some of the now iconic locations from Everything Everywhere All At Once!
Ever since its debut at SXSW last year, the Michelle Yeoh-fronted multiverse comedy, Everything Everywhere All At Once by The Daniels has been blowing audiences away. It has made over $100 million in box office revenue and is the rare film where critics and audiences agree. It’s currently at the top of most Oscar polls. But it also won our own fan-voted awards called The Golden Schmoes. Clearly, this movie has something for everyone.
In this episode of Where It Was Made, our writer/director/editor/host Ryan Cultrera takes us through the movie’s iconic filming locations. Ryan Cultrera takes us to the locations in Simi Valley, California where the movie was filmed. He starts at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California where the film will be premiering on Sunday night. We visit all the classic locations, from the laundromat where Evelyn and her husband Ke Huy Quan live to the tax headquarters where some of the most intense fights took place to the rock universe featured in the movie’s most profound moments. We also dig into the movie’s production, with Everything Everywhere All At Once actually having been shot pre-pandemic, with the film wrapping just days before Covid-19 brought many projects to a standstill.
Indeed, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a Cinderella story as far as movies go, with no one initially expecting a ton from the A24-fronted indie. It won a slew of Oscars and is already considered a modern classic by many.