Is Everything Everywhere All At Once Releasing In The UK?

Everything Everywhere All At Once has been overwhelmingly praised in the United States, and it finally has a release date in the United Kingdom. The movie had a limited theatrical release on March 25, 2022, and its distributor, A24, expanded it to a wide release on April 8, thanks to its popularity. Here’s when Everything Everywhere All At Once will see a release in the UK.

The sci-fi comedy follows a Chinese-American woman who must connect with versions of herself from alternate universes to prevent the destruction of the multiverse. Everything Everywhere All at Once explores themes of nihilism, and the meaning of life. With a 97% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes, reviews for Everything Everywhere All At Once have been largely positive. Such support for the film makes many anticipate when the movie will hit the screens in the UK.

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Everything Everywhere All at Once features a break-out cast in the form of Michelle Yeoh (Evelyn Quan Wang), Stephanie Hsu (Joy Wang), Ke Huy Quan (Waymond Wang), and James Hong (Gong Gong). The movie also stars Jamie Lee Curtis as an IRS inspector, and Jenny Slate, who is simply known as “Big Nose,” the laundromat customer. Randy Newman makes a cameo too, in an uncredited part, as a reference to Disney’s Ratatouille. Many expected the release date for Everything Everywhere All at Once to be a little under a year out from its U.S. release. But, a release date for the UK has finally been announced, and here’s when it is.

Everything Everywhere All at Once‘s UK release date is May 13th2022. The UK release was announced on April 19th, 2022, via director Daniel Kwan’s Twitter. The tweet in question gives a simple apology for the short wait, and then a “see you soon” tagline. It looks like the pandemic didn’t slow this A24 film down. Rather, Everything Everywhere All at Once is coming out in the UK way ahead of its projected schedule.

Everything Everywhere All At Once has a release date to watch in the UK — and it’s sooner than initially expected. A24 does not typically distribute outside the U.S. Instead, they sell off those rights to companies such as Entertainment Film Distributors in the UK. Because of this, it often takes several months for a movie to become available in UK theaters after its American release. For instance, Lady Bird came out in the U.S. in early November of 2017 and didn’t release in the UK until February of the following year. Another A24 film, The Green Knight, was released in the U.S. on July 30, 2021, and in the UK on September 24. Everything Everywhere All At Once‘s release, thankfully, didn’t follow this pattern, as the UK only had to wait for a little under two months for the movie’s theatrical release.


However, considering the scale of audience response to the movie, it’s not surprising that the UK release date Everything Everywhere All At Once ended up getting is earlier than originally planned. But it’s unlikely that A24 was prepared for the amount of hype the film has been receiving, especially due to the difficulties filmmakers Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively known as the Daniels, experienced when trying to get the film greenlit. They explained (via Entertainment) how tough it had been for them to find a studio to accept their idea during initial pitches: “It was mixed reactions because people didn’t know what to make of it.” Interest in the 2022 sci-fi movie has grown slowly but steadily since its premiere, and praise for the story’s profound themes and creative approach to the multiverse has led to an explosion of support for Everything Everywhere All At Once.

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The multiverse movie Everything Everywhere All At Once does indeed have a UK release date, and people can bustle into theaters in early May 2022. The film’s glowing critical reception must have prompted swift reconsideration when it came to UK distribution, which may go some way to explaining why the movie is not hitting the screens far behind its Stateside release.


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