‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Directors Tease Potential Sequel About Parents ‘Radicalized’ By Social Media

Everything Everywhere All at Once” filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert were recently interviewed by Edgar Wright for Sight and Sound, where they discussed maximalist cinema and why their indie multiverse hit has resonated so strongly with audiences around the globe.

The directors, collectively known as the Daniels, said that while the film largely avoids exploring the Internet in favor of traveling to other universes, the themes of over-stimulation and abundance of choice were fueled by internet culture.“I realized that we never say anything about the Internet,” Scheinert said.

“We don’t really point at anyone’s phone.

No one is looking at social media.

But the movie is totally a reaction to that.

Jobu/Joy is like a character that grew up on the internet who is struggling to be understood by her mum, who did not grow up on the internet.

I don’t want to tell

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