Where can I watch Everything, Everywhere All at Once? US and UK streaming details

It took home a whopping 7 Oscar awards!

a still of Michelle Yeoh in Everythign, Everywhere All at Once
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Wondering what all the fuss is about? Here's where to watch Everything, Everywhere All at Once from the comfort of your living room sofa.

Everything, Everywhere All at Once took home an incredible seven awards at the  Oscars 2023 - making it the most-awarded picture winner in the ceremony's history. Many fans were pleased that Michelle Yeoh (who faced tough competition from To Leslie actress Andrea Riseborough) walked away with the Oscar for Best Leading Actress. Her nomination made her the second asian woman in history to be nominated for the Best Actress Oscar - and the first to walk away with it.

The film is considered a relative outsider much like Netflix's All Quiet on the Western Front which similarly racked up an impressive nine Oscar nominations. Those that haven't seen the sci-fi film yet are able to stream it and form their own opinion of it via these streaming platform options...

Where can I watch Everything, Everywhere All at Once?

Viewers in the US and UK can stream Everything, Everywhere All at Once on Amazon Prime. Members signed up to Prime Video can currently watch the film for free as part of their subscription package.

A Prime Video only subscription can be purchased for $8.99/£5.99 per month. You can also get access to Prime Video with an Amazon Prime membership for $14.99/£7.99 per month. This includes all Prime benefits, such as next day delivery, and music streaming too.

Those that don't want to watch Everything Everywhere All At Once via Amazon Prime will be pleased that the film is available to rent or buy at home on other platforms too.

Audiences in the US can rent or buy the movie via iTunes (from $19.99) and Vudu (from $19.99). Meanwhile, those in the UK can find it on iTunes (from £5.49) and Microsoft Store (from £3.49).

Everything Everywhere All At Once was also released on DVD and Blu-ray on July 5, 2022.

Is Everything, Everywhere All at Once on Netflix?

No, Everything, Everywhere All at Once is not available to stream on Netflix. The film was produced and financed by A24 films and distributed by Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Netflix as yet haven't secured the rights to feature it on their streaming service.

What is Everything, Everywhere All at Once about?

Everything, Everywhere All at Once tells the tale of Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), a Chinese-American immigrant who is struggling to keep her family's laundromat afloat. Behind on her taxes, the world as she knows it takes an unexpected turn following a visit from IRS auditor Deirdre Beaubeirdre (Jamie Lee Curtis).

What follows is a sci-fi action adventure which sees Evelyn take on different versions of herself in a parallel universe. Her mission? To stop someone coming to harm in the multiverse.

A scared and upset Michelle Yeoh in a still from Everythign Everywhere All at Once

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The IMDB synopsis reads: "A middle-aged Chinese immigrant is swept up into an insane adventure in which she alone can save existence by exploring other universes and connecting with the lives she could have led."

A24 production company describes Everything, Everywhere All at Once as "hilarious and big-hearted".

Everything, Everywhere All at Once cast

  • Michelle Yeoh plays Evelyn Quan Wang
  • Jamie Lee Curtis plays Deirdre Beaubeirdre
  • Stephanie Hsu plays Joy Wang (Evelyn's daughter)
  • Ke Huy Quan plays Waymond Wang (Evelyn's husband)
  • James Hong plays Gong Gong (Evelyn's father)
  • Jenny Slate plays Debbie the Dog Mom
  • Harry Shum Jr. plays Chad

Talking of her role, which led to a Best Actress win at the Oscars 2023, Michelle said: "It was liberating. These mothers, aunties, grandmothers who are there in Chinatown, or in the supermarket, but nobody ever notices them. They just walk straight past them. I wanted to give them a voice. I wanted to make them the superhero."

The 59-year-old also admitted to jumping at Everything, Everywhere All at Once when it came along. "I waited a long time for this, and luckily it came," she added. 

"Some people wait their whole life and the opportunity might never come. I was patient. I was resilient. I never stopped learning. And so I was ready when the opportunity did present itself."

Everything, Everywhere All at Once - Oscar Wins

  1. Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Michelle Yeoh)
  2. Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Jamie Lee Curtis)
  3. Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor (Ke Huy Quan)
  4. Best Picture
  5. Best Director (for Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert)
  6. Best Editing
  7. Best Original Screenplay

Everything, Everywhere All at Once swooped the board at the 2023 Academy Awards. Several cast members walked away with an Oscar, as did the movie's directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. The film also took home the coveted prize of Best Picture.

The sci-fi film was nominated in 11 catergories - losing out in Best Original Song, Best Original Score and Best Costumer Design. Stephanie Hsu was also up for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress but lost to her co-star Jamie Lee Curtis instead. 

Going into the Oscars 2023, bookies predicted Everything Everywhere All at Once as the favourite to win in big categories like Best Picture and Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Betfair gave the film odds on 1/10 to win Best Picture at the Oscars this weekend, closely followed by The Banshees of Inisherin at 10/1. Michelle Yeoh was the favourite to bag the Best Actress gong with odds of 4/7. Meanwhile the film's directors Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert were 1/25 to win Best Director. All three predictions came true on the night.

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