Michelle Yeoh, ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ win at the Critics Choice Super Awards
KUALA LUMPUR, March 17 — Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh along with Everything, Everywhere All at Once made waves at the 3rd annual Critics Choice Super Awards.
The Academy-Award-winning film bagged three awards including for Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Movie award.
Yeoh won yet another Best Actress award through the Best Actress in a Science Fiction Movie category for her performance in the film, thus adding another trophy to her collection.
Her co-star Ke Huy Quan won the Best Actor in a Science Fiction Movie category.
Congratulations to Michelle Yeoh. The Everything Everywhere All At Once star has won the Critics Choice SUPER Award for BEST ACTRESS in a SCIENCE FICTION/FANTASY MOVIE.
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— Critics Choice Awards (@CriticsChoice) March 16, 2023
The Critics Choice Super Awards also saw Amazon Prime’s gory superhero series The Boys bagging three awards from the announcement including for Best Superhero Series.
The Boys’ actor Antony Starr scored a double award for his performance as Homelander which includes for Best Actor in a Superhero Series as well as Best Villain in a Series category.
The highly-acclaimed Star Wars limited series Andor was crowned Best Science Fiction or Fantasy Limited Series.
Everything, Everywhere All at Once dominated the 95th Academy Awards when it won awards in seven categories including for Best Picture, Best Film Editing as well as for Best Directing.
Yeoh also made history at the prestigious award show by being the first Asian woman and the first Malaysian to win Best Actress at the Academy Awards.