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 made over $100 million at the box office and seems to be the rare film that critics and audiences agreed on. It’s currently leading most Oscar polls, but it was also the movie that raked in the most votes on our own fan-voted awards, 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. Starting at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, where the film is expected to clean up on Sunday night, Ryan takes us through the mostly Simi Valley-based locations where the movie was made. All of the now classic locations are visited, from the laundromat that Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh) and her husband (Ke Huy Quan) call home to the tax headquarters some of the best fights take place, to the rock universe that features on the movie’s most profound scenes, we visit them all. 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. In the end, it walked away with a boatload of Oscars, and many already consider it a modern classic!
Originally published at https://www.joblo.com/everything-everywhere-all-at-once-where-it-was-made/