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By Terry Tang, Associated Press
The film with the most Oscar nominations this year, “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” became a surprise, breakout hit for audiences and critics. The movie's star, Michelle Yeoh, has already nabbed a Golden Globe and now has a chance to…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
At 59, Michelle Yeoh commands the lead of the genre-twisting "Everything Everywhere All At Once" by playing someone often invisible — the Asian immigrant wife and mother trying to be everything for everyone.
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