‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ has won seven Oscars, making it the most highly awarded Best Picture since ‘Slumdog Millionaire’.

The film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” made history by winning the Best Picture award at the Academy Awards and becoming the most highly awarded winner since “Slumdog Millionaire” in 2008.

On Sunday night, “Everything Everywhere” won seven Oscars, which included awards for best picture, director, original screenplay, lead actress, supporting actress, supporting actor, and editing.

The success of “Everything Everywhere All at Once” has been the talk of the town in the film industry, and its award-winning streak has left many in awe. Winning big at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Film Independent Spirit Awards, and the Oscars, the film has undoubtedly made a mark in cinematic history.

The movie, which stars Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, and James Hong, among others, tells the story of a woman who suddenly gains access to parallel universes and must use her newfound abilities to save the multiverse from destruction. The film’s unique concept, stunning visuals, and brilliant performances by the cast have made it a fan-favorite and critical darling.
In addition to its multiple award wins, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” has also garnered positive reviews from critics. Many have praised the film for its inventive storytelling and the way it seamlessly blends different genres. Its ability to keep the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the entire runtime is also a notable achievement.

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” has set a high bar for future films, proving that a movie can be both entertaining and thought-provoking. With its record-breaking wins and critical acclaim, it’s safe to say that this film will be remembered for years to come.

During the 2009 Oscars, “Slumdog Millionaire” directed by Danny Boyle won eight awards, which comprised the best picture, director, adapted screenplay, cinematography, editing, score, original song, and sound mixing. Prior to the victory of “Everything Everywhere,” the best picture winner that came closest to surpassing this number was “The Hurt Locker” at the 2010 ceremony, where it won six Oscars.

It has been a considerable amount of time since a movie has dominated the Academy Awards like William Wyler’s “Ben-Hur” did in 1960, where it made history by receiving 11 Oscars, including the best picture award. Only two other films have been able to achieve the same feat: “Titanic” in 1988 and “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” in 2004.

This year’s ceremony saw “Everything Everywhere All at Once” emerge as the top nominee, with 11 nods across 10 categories. The directing duo of Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan took home the award for best director, while Michelle Yeoh won the award for lead actress. Ke Huy Quan won the award for supporting actor and Jamie Lee Curtis won the award for supporting actress.

Coming in second in terms of total nominations were two films: the historical epic “All Quiet on the Western Front” and Martin McDonagh’s black comedy set in Ireland, “The Banshees of Inisherin,” both of which received nine nods, including a nomination for best picture.

Only a few weeks before the Oscars, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” won four awards at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, setting a new SAG record for most wins by a single film. The movie, distributed by A24, also dominated at the Film Independent Spirit Awards this month, securing eight nominations and winning seven awards, including best feature.