Michelle Yeoh’s success throughout the award season is supported by Jamie Lee Curtis wearing a cute, meme-friendly outfit.
Jamie Lee Curtis supports Michelle Yeoh’s achievement in a blouse that has been turned into a meme. Everything Everywhere All at Once, which is to be released in 2022, centers on Chinese immigrant Evelyn Wang (Yeoh), a bankrupt businessman whose laundry is being investigated. When she discovers, she must traverse parallel dimensions in order to defend the multiverse from a deadly menace. Her entire existence is turned upside down.
The genre-defying epic, directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, examines generational pain and Asian-American identity. With a global box office of $103 million, Everything Everywhere All at Once received some of the most excellent reviews of the year from critics and audiences alike. Yeoh won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy for her work, and Curtis’s emotional response to her success was evident.
When Curtis and Yeoh’s friendly encounter was caught on camera for television, the internet instantly converted it into a charming viral meme.
Curtis kept the party going by wearing a shirt that had been turned into a meme depicting their exchange on Instagram to support Yeoh. The phrase “Friends Supporting Friends” is written beneath the image of each of them reacting to Yeoh’s victory on the shirt. The fact that Curtis addressed Yeoh and EEAAO’s “family” with a loving caption shows that the two are more resilient than ever.
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Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis’ Characters In Everything Everywhere All At Once, Explained
While Yeoh and Curtis appeared to be getting along well at the awards ceremony, their relationship in Everything Everywhere All at Once is far from that. In EEAAO, Curtis takes on a part distinct from what she typically does. She plays the obstinate and easily irritated IRS inspector Deirdre Beaubeirdra, who is out to audit Evelyn’s laundromat. Even though Deirdre and Evelyn initially have a tense relationship, Deirdre appears in other realities, allowing viewers to witness their more loving banter. On the other hand, in a separate fact where Deirdre and Evelyn engage in a massive action scene, Deirdre’s more intense side also emerges.
The message of Michelle Yeoh’s Victory
In Everything Everywhere All at Once, Curtis demonstrates her acting versatility, but Yeoh’s performance eventually wins. Yeoh has been acting since 1984, and in 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies, she co-starred with Pierce Brosnan in her breakthrough role in Western cinema as a Bond Girl. The actor has recently earned renewed interest in her career with parts in upcoming blockbusters like Avatar 3, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, and Wicked.
As Yeoh noted in her remarks at the Golden Globes, despite Hollywood’s preference for younger women, middle-aged and older female actors may nevertheless succeed and shine just as brightly as their counterparts. A Malaysian actor has now won the prized trophy for the first time, while an Asian actor has done it twice before.
Yeoh’s victory further increases the likelihood that she will receive an Oscar nomination because, the day after the Globes, she was nominated for her performance in EEAAO by the Screen Actors Guild. The Asian American community, which is still severely underrepresented in film and television, gains from Yeoh’s popularity.
Millions of Chinese immigrants feel Evelyn Wang’s tale gives voice to their shared experience. It’s evident that Yeoh deserved her victory, and with Curtis as her supporter, the actor from Everything Everywhere All at Once has a promising future ahead of him.
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