tv & film

What’s Next for the Cast of Everything Everywhere All at Once?

Watching the team behind Everything Everywhere All At Once (EEAAO) win award after award earlier this year has been nothing short of satisfying.

If you love the stars of EEAAO and want to see more of them on screen, here are the projects they’ve got lined up in the near future.

Michelle Yeoh

Fans of Yeoh don’t have to wait too long to see her in her element, with Disney+ set to release American Born Chinese on May 24.

Musical fans, this one’s for you: Yeoh has joined the cast of the upcoming two-part film adaptation of Wicked, the Tony-winning Broadway musical.

Like Yeoh, Hsu is booked and busy, having appeared for an episode of Rian Johnson’s crime drama Poker Face, starring Natasha Lyonne and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Stephanie Hsu

Quan reunites with his EEAAO family in the coming-of-age adventure American Born Chinese.

Ke Huy Quan

After four and a half decades in show business, Curtis still has a few things up her sleeve such as Haunted Mansion and Borderlands.

Jamie Lee Curtis

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