A24’s re-released time-travel saga Everything Everywhere All At Once starring Michelle Yeoh has become the company’s first film to cross $100m at the global box office.
The feature has amassed $68.9m in North America since it opened in March following the SXSW world premiere. In June it became the company’s biggest global hit on $80.9m, overtaking Hereditary, Ari Aster’s horror film which finished on $80.2m in 2018.
Everything Everywhere All At Once sits on $68.9m in North America following a $650,000 esimtated weekend haul. It has grossed $31.1m from international markets, led by the UK on $6.2m, Australia on $4.5m and Russia on $2.3m.
Yeoh plays a stressed woman who tumbles into an adventure which plays out across multiple dimensions and gets to see the alternative lives she could have led. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (Swiss Army Man) directed the film for a reported $25m budget.
Last week A24 films The Whale from Darren Aronofsky and Pearl were confirmed in the Venice Film festival line-up.