After an illustrious career in the Hollywood industry with many superhits under her title belt, star Michelle Yeoh returned to the big screen with her outstanding performance as Evelyn Quan Wang in the blockbuster Everything Everywhere All At Once. Considered one of her finest roles as a lead actor in a film, the movie received critical acclamation along with commercial success, while marking the return of Ke Huy Quan in the industry.
And after both of the actors received Golden Globe awards for their exceptional performances in the film, the industry recognized them along with the millions of audiences who were mesmerized by their depiction of the characters. Now, as the industry waits for the Academy Awards, many are asking whether the film might receive a sequel, to which Michelle Yeoh has a slightly different answer than what may be considered conventional.
Michelle Yeoh Doesn’t Want A Sequel To Everything Everywhere All At Once!
Aptly defined by many as ‘Aesthetic Chaos’, Michelle Yeoh pulls the audience back into their chairs with her gripping performance that seamlessly blends into the entire narration of the story and supports the supernatural plot mixed with a dab of Martial Arts to flavor up the premise. Along with Ke Huy Quan returning to support her with his performance, the entire film culminates into a movie worthy of praise and admiration.
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After the run time on the clock was over though, many from the audience that experienced the movie naturally wanted more from it, which led to many asking for a sequel. While the original movie had a very satisfying conclusion to it, there can be ways through which the movie can be revived for another run. But contradicting this possibility is Yeoh’s wish, which is to keep the film a standalone project without any expansion.
Michelle Yeoh tells Variety that she doesn’t want ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ to have a sequel. pic.twitter.com/XyPG3SpEGD
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And as far as the creators’ opinion goes, they too think that this multiversal flick would be better off just the way it is, with the ending being the end of it all. After the talks about a potential sequel reached the ears of Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, the creators of the movie were quick to shut them down with the help of their Twitter handles. Thus, it seems like the epic conclusion of the film will remain just as it is.
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What’s Next For Michelle Yeoh?
After her latest performance in the film, people are even more excited to see what Michelle Yeoh has in store for the audience next. With her involvement in James Cameron’s modern-day classic Avatar: The Way Of Water as Dr. Karina Mogue of the RDA, people are patiently waiting for her to return in the now-confirmed third installment of the franchise. Along with this, the entire crew of EEAAO has their eyes set on the upcoming Academy Awards as well.
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Everything Everywhere All At Once, now available to stream on Apple TV+.