Everything everywhere will win the Oscars all at once

Brent Northup

Dear Oscar,

Could you please settle on a permanent date? I was expecting late March like last year. In 2021 it was late April. I ask only because here I am hours before my deadline scrambling to assemble my predictions and hoping readers won’t notice.

Sincerely, Brent

Ready set go.

On Sunday night a huge wave will crash over Dolby Theatre as “Everything Everywhere All at Once” dominates the Oscars and Academy voters are poised to echo Michelle Yeoh’s anthem: “Of all the places I could be, I just want to be here with you.”

“This feels more like a religious movement than it does an awards race,” wrote Sarah Stone of Awards Daily. “The film and its actors have been elevated in a way that feels god-like.”

The Academy message on Sunday night seems destined to be “Oscars So White No More.”

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