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‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Costumes Will Be Everywhere This Halloween
Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. There may be no better film from the past year that offers as much inspiration for Halloween costumes than “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” the genre-bending dark comedy that sees Michelle Yeoh interact with dozens of different parallel universe versions of herself in order to prevent worldly destruction. Throughout its 139 minute runtime, viewers are introduced to Yeoh’s Evelyn as a Hong Kong movie star, opera singer, maid, teppanyaki-style chef. But the most memorable scene from the film might be Evelyn’s venture into a world where everybody has sausages for fingers. “The hot dog scene is the most beautiful love story in that universe,” Yeoh, who played Jamie Lee Curtis’s wife in this parallel universe, told Variety. “We had these hot dog fingers; this is where I believe that filmmaking is a complete collaboration on all the different levels. It’s never about one person or two people or whatever it is. It is a true collaboration. And when you work with someone like Jamie, we looked at one another and said, ‘Let’s go for it.’ This version of Evelyn also makes for a perfect (and easy) Halloween costume that anyone familiar with the A24 film will instantly understand. See below for all the best costumes from “Everything Everywhere All at Once” to buy ahead of Halloween: All you need is a pair of sausage fingers to transform yourself into a bewildered Evelyn who finds herself in a hot dog universe, married to Jamie Lee Curtis. But be careful: apparently, these hose-like silicone gloves caused more injuries and bruises than any other fight scene in the film.
Michelle Yeoh - Michelle Yeoh, 60, addresses winning the 1983 Miss Malaysia pageant - dailymail.co.uk - Hollywood - Malaysia
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Michelle Yeoh, 60, addresses winning the 1983 Miss Malaysia pageant
Michelle Yeoh has been making movies in Hollywood for decades, like 1987's Easy Money, 1997's Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and 2018's Crazy Rich Asians.But before she hit the silver screen, the star was a beauty pageant contestant, which she discussed in the September issue of Town & Country magazine, which is on newsstands August 23.'I'm a little competitive by nature,' the School For Good And Evil star shared about winning the 1983 Miss Malaysia pageant at age 21 before joking, 'I think the judges were blind.' A classic: Michelle Yeoh has been making movies in Hollywood for decades, like 1987's Easy Money, 1997's Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and 2018's Crazy Rich Asians. She talked her career to the September issue of Town & CountryYeoh's mother is the one who entered her in the contest. When asked if her mother takes credit for her career, Yeoh says, 'All the time! She always tells me, "It's me, I created her, I gave her this," and I'm like, "Yes, Mom."' Her second pageant was Miss World, where she walked across the stage wearing a traditional gold and green costume.She did compete again after that.  Beauty babe: efore she hit the silver screen, the star was a beauty pageant contestant In the center: 'I'm a little competitive by nature,' the star shared about winning the 1983 Miss Malaysia pageant before joking, 'I think the judges were blind' Good mom: Yeoh's mother is the one who entered her in the contest.
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Angelina Jolie revealed as plaintiff in assault lawsuit against Brad Pitt
Video: Angelina Jolie revealed as plaintiff in assault lawsuit against Brad Pitt (Cover Video)A$AP Rocky charged with assault with a firearm in Hollywood shooting caseBryce Dallas Howard was paid 'so much less' than Chris Pratt for Jurassic World moviesAmber Heard hires new legal team as she appeals Johnny Depp defamation verdictFilm academy apologises to Sacheen Littlefeather over treatment after 1973 OscarsKellan Lutz is a father-of-twoChrissy Teigen ready for baby bump to be 'huge already'Jonas Brothers returning to Las Vegas for second residencySteve Martin says he may be done with actingIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Michelle Yeoh receives honorary Doctorate Of Fine Arts from the American Film InstituteIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Alec Baldwin reportedly pulled trigger of gun in fatal shooting on Rust setDwayne Johnson fought for Black Adam to get standalone movieWilliam Shatner filmed space trip for upcoming documentary about his lifeMariah Carey's Atlanta reportedly home targeted by burglarsThis Day in History: Woodstock Begins in Bethel, New YorkRemembering Nipsey HussleTroy Kotsur's Academy Award stolen then recoveredNow, Puck has confirmed that the plaintiff was Jolie making a complaint about her then-husband Pitt. The report states Jolie told an FBI agent that Pitt “physically and verbally assaulted” her and her children while on a private plane.
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Michelle Yeoh receives honorary Doctorate Of Fine Arts from the American Film Institute
Video: Michelle Yeoh receives honorary Doctorate Of Fine Arts from the American Film Institute (Cover Video)NEWS OF THE WEEK: Olivia Newton-John dead at 73NEWS OF THE WEEK: Jessica Chastain meets with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in UkraineNEWS OF THE WEEK: Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson welcome second childNEWS OF THE WEEK: Producer responds to John Leguizamo's criticism of James Franco's casting as Fidel CastroHilary Duff reveals baby daughter has hand, foot and mouth diseaseBrad Pitt 'sent spy' to check out David Leitch's work before signing up for Bullet TrainAnne Heche 'not expected to survive' car crashHappy Birthday, Tyson Fury!Kaley Cuoco staged intervention for herself amid divorce from Karl CookLisa Kudrow asserts that Friends had 'no business' writing about people of colourEmma Thompson responds to Sean Bean's criticism of intimacy co-ordinatorsBritney Spears' lawyer slams Kevin Federline for posting 'cruel' videosMegan Thee Stallion gearing up to drop new albumHugh Jackman can spend an 'embarrassing level' of money on foodTiffany Haddish once turned down $10 million for a social media postIN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Britney Spears accuses sons of acting 'hateful' during visits to her homeThe actress' Everything Everywhere All At Once co-directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert presented Yeoh with the honorary degree. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Scheinert said of the 60-year-old's participation in his absurdist comedy-drama: “I think we underestimated just how risky the script was for her.
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