The beloved film full of multiverses and hot dog fingers took home the biggest award of the night, as well as almost every acting category, Best Director, and more
Fraser’s emotional win came in one of the most competitive categories. In his acceptance speech, the actor thanked director Darren Aronofsky for “throwing me a creative lifeline.”
Though the Best Actress category was a tight race between Michelle Yeoh and Cate Blanchett, the “Everything Everywhere All At Once” sweep has continued.
The veteran’s emotional speech for Best Supporting Actress went over well in the room. But on social media, critics wondered if the academy was voting with hot dog fingers.
The “Everything Everywhere All at Once” star had the entire audience—in-person and online—in tears throughout his most anticipated speech of the awards circuit.
“If anything unpredictable or violent happens during the ceremony,” the host told the crowd of celebrities, “just do what you did last year: sit there and do absolutely nothing.”
“Everything Everywhere All at Once” has 11 chances to win. Will it clean up? And who will take home Best Actress? We have every winner, right here.