An action-packed trailer has been released for the upcoming film Everything everywhere at once, with Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh.
Yeoh, who recently appeared in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings and crazy rich asians, plays Evelyn, a mother embarked on a sci-fi action adventure after learning that she is able to access the memory and skills of alternate versions of herself across the multiverse.
The experimental action film by A24 Films and directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert were first announced yesterday (December 14) alongside their first trailer. Yeoh will play the lead role Shadow Hunters star Harry Shum Jr.; Stephanie Hsu, who recently appeared in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings; Ke Huy Quan from The Goonies; and Blade runner actor James Hong.
Everything everywhere at once is set to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival in March 2022. In her first trailer, we are introduced to Evelyn, a laundry worker overwhelmed by her family obligations and financial situation – until she is informed that ‘it occupies a unique position in the multiverse.
Watch the trippy, action-packed trailer below.
Yeoh posted a photo from the film on his Instagram account last week before the project was announced, writing, “I can’t wait [sic] our family reunion and [Everything Everywhere All at Once] world premiere at SXSW! What an incredible trip ”.
The BAFTA-nominated actress recently played Ying Nan, the aunt of the main character, in Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings. She should appear in the long gestation of James Cameron Avatar 2 and the animated film Minions: The Rise of Gru in 2022, and joined the cast of the prequel to the hit Netflix dark fantasy series, The witcher.