The First Trailer For "Everything Everywhere All At Once" Is Here To Positively Blow Your Lil' Brain Apart

    You had me at "Michelle Yeoh."

    Every once in a while, I'll be going about my day, minding my own business, and I'll see a new movie trailer drop that is so tailored to my specific interests, I can't help but think someone's been reading my nonexistent diary.

    Well today, this phenomenon struck me once again when the trailer for Everything Everywhere All at Once dropped! Seriously, it looks so incredible that it's impossible for me to oversell it! Watch the trailer here:

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    The tweet announcing the new trailer's arrival aptly described the film as "starring legends only," and they MEANT IT. First, we have an icon living among us, Michelle Yeoh, in the lead role as Evelyn Wang — a woman suddenly confronted with every possible version of herself existing in a multiverse.

    Evelyn is seemingly summoned to aid in some sort of multiverse-related crisis (ya know, like ya have), and she discovers she can utilize the abilities of every version of herself across time and space.

    We also get fellow icon living among us Jamie Lee Curtis in a role described only as "a villainous bureaucrat" with this absolutely wild hairdo and outfit combo.

    And as if they weren't reason enough on their own, the rest of the cast includes the likes of Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., and James Hong!

    While more specific plot details are still unknown, it's clear that the film will be a positively action-packed adventure with a sci-fi edge, and all kinds of kickass moments!

    Overall, the trailer is absolutely fantastic. On top of being exquisite to look at, it manages to tell you absolutely everything while, somehow simultaneously, telling you absolutely nothing — which is literally the best kind of trailer.

    So, there ya have it! Be sure to check out all of the awesomeness that is sure to be Everything Everywhere All at Once when it hits theaters March 25, 2022!