It looks like the multiverse has spoken. Everything Everywhere All at Once has just earned over $80.9 million at the global box office and officially dethroned Hereditary as A24's highest-grossing film of all time!
According to Deadline, Everything Everywhere All at Once has been slowly but surely earning at the box office across the globe. The report also confirms that 76% of the feature's global gross has been generated in the US and Canada where it has earned $61.5 million.
EEAAO is also doing great in the UK with $5 million, Australia with $3.8 million, Taiwan with $2.3 million, and Russia and CIS territories with $2.2 million. The movie also made $1.4 million in Hong Kong, $1.1 million in Germany and over $775,000 in Singapore.
It's an awesome win for A24 and this somehow confirms that the company has a diverse yet commercially successful lineup. After all, the terrifying Ari Aster film Hereditary was originally A24's highest-grossing movie with $80.3 million at the global box office. With that in mind, people can expect the company to churn out unique and amazing projects in the future.
For now, Everything Everywhere All at Once is already a major box office success but its earnings are expected to grow as it continues to screen worldwide. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.
Everything Everywhere All at Once is directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, and stars Michelle Yeoh as a woman who must find parallel universe versions of herself to prevent a powerful being from causing the destruction of the multiverse. The movie also stars Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom actor Key Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., James Hong, and Jamie Lee Curtis.
The film is still screening in theaters around the world.