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The spirits behind Daniel Radcliffe’s farting corpse have returned, and they’re in the multiverse. The director duo known as the Daniels follows the 2016s Swiss army man with the A24 Everything everywhere all at once. EW has just released a new batch of photos that show the many different versions of Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis in this wild sci-fi action flick.
Everything everywhere all at once speaks of “an aging Chinese immigrant [who] is drawn into a crazy adventure, where only she can save the world by exploring other universes related to the lives she could have led. This film will see Yeoh as different versions of herself as she is transported across the multiverse. One of those universes, apparently, will be where Curtis and Yeoh get finger hot dogs.
Curtis said Yeoh was the “entire reason” she agreed to do the film. “She was the first three, four boxes checked. You can fight with Michelle Yeoh. To verify. You fall in love with Michelle Yeoh. To verify. You can do a mating dance with hot dog fingers. To verify!”
Directing duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert began making visually stunning but equally absurd music videos like DJ Snake and Lil Jon’s “Turn Down For What” and Foster The People’s “Houdini.”
On the inspiration for the characters in this film, Kwan had this to say:
“My mother’s side came from Taiwan, and my father’s side came from Hong Kong, came to New York, and they opened a laundromat. -father in the laundromat So, yeah, it really became an autobiographical movie, even though it’s about the multiverse.
The film also stars James Hong, Ke Huy Quan, Jenny Slate, Stephanie Hsu and Harry Shum Jr. Everything everywhere all at once is due out on March 25. You can check out the trailer above.