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‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ to return to theaters with 8 minutes of bonus footage

  • A24’s multiverse and generation-spanning megahit is slated for a theatrical re-release, which will include a new introduction from the film’s directors Daniel Kwana and Daniel Schienert as well as an extra eight minutes of bonus content.

  • Audiences can expect a series of post-credits bloopers and outtakes similar to those of “a classic Hong Kong flick”

  • While the re-release of “Everything Everywhere All At Once” will not feature any new content beyond the introduction and post-credit scenes, The Daniels have released a couple of deleted scenes that expand upon their weird and wonderful vision.

  • “Everywhere Everything All At Once” will be re-released in theaters on July 29.

A24’s multiverse and generation-spanning megahit is slated for a theatrical re-release, which will include a new introduction from the film’s directors Daniel Kwana and Daniel Schienert as well as an extra eight minutes of bonus content.

The pair of directors, known collectively as The Daniels, recently took to Twitter to clarify that the version of “Everywhere Everything All At Once” will be the same as the theatrical cut shown earlier this year. Audiences will get additional content in the form of a series of post-credits bloopers and outtakes similar to those of “a classic Hong Kong flick”

While fans of “Everywhere Everything All At Once” will not be treated to any new content  beyond the introduction and post-credit scenes when the film arrives in theaters, The Daniels have released a couple of deleted scenes that expand upon their weird and wonderful vision.

One scene adds two more adversaries Evelyn must confront with the power of empathy during her climactic final showdown: a martial arts master from the dimension where she becomes a kung-fu star played by Li Jing and a laundromat patron (Jenny Slate) who uses her dog as a weapon.

Another scene further widens the scope of the multiverse by presenting a world where Evelyn is a noodle strand with a pasta child fittingly referred to as “spaghetti baby noodle boy,” who is also voiced by Jenny Slate. 

“Everywhere Everything All At Once” will be re-released on July 29.

Feature image via A24  



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