Oscars 2023: Everything Everywhere All at Once Dominates With 7 Wins, Including for Best Picture

Everything Everywhere All at Once didn’t win everything at this year’s Oscars — but it did grab the most gold, for sure.

The 95th Academy Awards were handed out this Sunday night at Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre, in a ceremony that aired on ABC and was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel (read our review).

Everything Everywhere All at Once, which led this year’s pack with a whopping 11 nods, wound up grabbing gold seven times — including for Best Picture and no less than three acting prizes, as Michelle Yeoh made history as the first Asian woman to be named Best Actress and Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan swept the supporting races.

All Quiet on the Western Front, meanwhile, turned its nine total nominations into four Oscars, albeit all in technical categories.

Among the other major categories, Brendan Fraser won his first Oscar, for Best Actor in The Whale.

TVLine has denoted this year’s winners in red below.

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