Main pic caption: Jamie Lee Curtis, Ke Huy Quan, James Hong, Jonathan Wang, Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Daniel Kwan, and Daniel Scheinert celebrate after “Everything Everywhere All at Once” won best picture at the Oscars.
ANALYSIS of Google search data reveals that online searches for Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh-starred “Everything Everywhere All at Once” shot up a staggering 1,044% worldwide after the 2023 Academy Awards.
This comes as the comedy-drama movie directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert won a whopping seven awards at this year’s ceremony, including Best Picture.
New insights by Celeb Tattler reveal that searches for the movie have reached an all-time high, surpassing search interest for the week it was released in March 2022 by 3,233%.
Moreover, the Ipoh-born Yeoh, 60, also got deserved attention for her role as she won the Academy Award for Best Actress, hence becoming the first Asian woman in history to do so. Thus triggered searches for “Michelle Yeoh movies” to explode by 3,024% as well.
Searches for “Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis movies” also soared after the duo having scooped the awards for Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress.
Huge boost in Instagram followers
Following her big win, Yeoh gained over 450,000 Instagram followers, statistics from Social Blade confirm. Michelle’s Wikipedia page views also exploded overnight, gaining 1.87 million in two days – an 8,301% increase compared to her usual 22,259 daily page views.
Ke Huy Kwan won the most Instagram followers of the winning actors, receiving a boost of over 616,000. His Wikipedia page also saw an increase of 1.86 million views.
Jamie Lee Curtis was another big social media winner after receiving almost 250,000 new Instagram followers. Jamie’s Wikipedia page views received 1.4 million views after the ceremony.
“After making history at this year’s Academy Awards, Everything Everywhere All at Once is receiving a huge boost in online searches. Not only being embraced by Hollywood – but also the world,” commented a spokesperson for Celeb Tattler commented on the findings.
“The movie, released on March 25, 2022 and scored an incredible 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, was praised for its top-tier acting and powerful, unique storyline. Now, after dominating this year’s Oscars ceremony with seven huge award wins – including Best Actress and Best Picture – the movie’s profile is being boosted far beyond its release one year ago.”
The spokesperson added: “The success of Everything Everywhere All at Once demonstrates the impact award shows have on a movie, extending its life far beyond its initial release after becoming the biggest Oscar winner of 2023.” – March
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