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‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ finally gets UK release date

The A24 sci-fi film has become a word-of-mouth sensation in the US since its debut last month

By Will Richards

A still from 'Everything Everywhere All At Once'
'Everything Everywhere All At Once'. (Photo: A24)

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’, the highly-anticipated sci-fi film from A24, has finally been given a UK release date.

The film, directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert and starring Michelle Yeoh, has become a word-of-mouth sensation since it debuted at Austin’s SXSW festival in early March, and is currently the best-reviewed film of 2022 so far in the States.

Since its US release and subsequent excitement, fans in the UK have been waiting for their chance to see ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’, and Kwan has now confirmed a release date to see the film on these shores.

“Sorry for the wait,” he wrote on Twitter, announcing that the film would come to UK cinemas from May 13.

A synopsis for the film reads: “When an interdimensional rupture unravels reality, an unlikely hero must channel her newfound powers to fight bizarre and bewildering dangers from the multiverse as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.”

Its current sky-high ratings sit at 97 per cent with critics on Rotten Tomatoes and 92 per cent with the audience. On Letterboxd, its rating is 4.6 while IMDb has its score at 8.9