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‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ is Coming to PH Cinemas
by: The Beat Asia
June 07, 2022
“Everything Everywhere All At Once” by independent film studio A24 is finally coming to Philippine cinemas on June 29, TBA Studios announced on social media yesterday, June 6.
TBA Studios, the team that brought the box-office hit films “Heneral Luna” and “Goyo: Ang Batang Heneral” to the big screen, has secured their first exclusive distribution deal to bring the sci-fi adventure film to the Filipino audience.
“Filipino movie audiences deserve to see this film on the big screen. It teaches us to believe in ourselves, keep going despite adversities, and embrace everything everywhere all at once. We’re more than glad to bring this one-of-a-kind movie experience to the country and we look forward to everyone’s support as we continue to bring the best of global cinema to the Philippines and other territories,” said Daphne Chiu, TBA Studios Executive Vice President and General Manager.
“Everything Everywhere All At Once” stars Michelle Yeoh (Eleanor Young in Crazy Rich Asians and Ying Nan in Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) as a Chinese-American named Evelyn who runs a struggling laundromat, which is being audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), with her husband Waymond. While at the IRS building to discuss about their taxes, her husband’s personality suddenly changed and she’s now told that parallel universes exist and that she has to save the multiverse from destruction.
The sci-fi film is A24’s highest grossing work yet, taking home US$67 million at the box office. Watch the trailer below!
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