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stephanie hsu, michelle yeoh, and ke huy quan in everything everywhere all at once
stephanie hsu, michelle yeoh, and ke huy quan in everything everywhere all at once
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This Weekend Only, You Can Watch ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ In The Theater

2022 was a year of stunning films with talented cast and crew members behind them, and Everything Everywhere All At Once (EEAAO) is no exception. The movie was released in theaters on March 11, 2022. Immediately following its release, the film was praised for its Asian and queer representation, as well as for being jampacked with talent from Michelle Yeoh to Ke Huy Quan. 

The artistry of the film has racked up a multitude of accolades (as it should!), from the Golden Globes to the Critics Choice Awards. On Jan. 24, the Oscar nominations were dropped and EEAAO is leading the pack with 11 nominations, including Stephanie Hsu as Best Supporting Actress

Following the Oscar nominations, the directors of EEAAO — Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert — tweeted on Jan. 26 that the film will be returning to theaters for a short time. So, if you want to feel like you’re watching the film for the first time again (or want to brush up on your Oscar noms), now’s your chance. And, don’t worry, if you can’t make it to a theater, the revered film is available to watch on multiple streaming platforms. 

What theaters will Everything Everywhere All At Once be playing at?

In the announcement, the directors said the film will be playing at over 1,000 theaters across the U.S. Check your local listings to see if it’s showing in a theater near you (fingers crossed, bestie). It will only be back in the cinemas for the weekend of Jan. 27 to Jan. 29, so grab your tickets while you can. 

What streaming platforms have Everything Everywhere All At Once? 

If you don’t have the time to make it to the theaters, EEAAO is available on multiple streaming platforms, so get your microwavable popcorn ready. Here’s where you can stream the film: 

  • Showtime channel. The Showtime channel, which is $10.99 a month, streams the movie. (P.S. They offer a 30-day free trial.) You can link your Showtime subscription to Amazon, Hulu, and Paramount+ to watch it for free. 
  • Amazon Prime Video. EEAAO is not included in an Amazon Prime subscription, but you can buy the movie for $19.99. 
  • Vudu. As Vudu is owned by Fandango, it’s basically like you’re going to the movies. You can watch EEAAO on Vudu for $19.99. 
  • Apple TV+. The film is available for purchase for $19.99. 

Whether you want to immerse yourself in a good movie or study for what it takes to be an Oscar nomination, Everything Everywhere All At Once is the movie to watch. 

Hannah Tolley is a contributing writer under the Entertainment and Culture vertical. She covers entertainment releases, fan theories, pop culture news, and more. Aside from Her Campus, Hannah was also a member of the Florida State University (FSU) Her Campus team. During her time with the chapter, she served as a staff writer for three semesters, where she wrote biweekly pieces across campus, culture, and personal verticals. She also was a content editor for two semesters, where she led a team of 6+ writers and oversaw and edited their articles. Hannah was also an editorial intern for Her Campus during her spring and summer term of her second year in college. As an intern, she worked alongside the full-time edit team to curate timely and evergreen pieces across life, culture, career, and style verticals. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from FSU in May 2023, with a Bachelor of Science in Media/Communication Studies with a minor in English. When she's not dissecting the latest pop culture events, you can find her reading a cheesy romance novel or establishing parasocial relationships with fictional TV characters. She loves to rewatch her favorite shows (Gilmore Girls, One Tree Hill, and Friends) or spend the day going down a rabbit hole of reality dating shows.