‘Spider-Man: No Return Home‘ has already arrived in digital sale, and brings the iconic return of Tobey Maguire e Andrew Garfield.
And it seems, the friendship of the two went beyond the scenes.
The duo was filmed watching a session of the sci-fi comedy ‘Everything Everywhere at the Same Time‘ (‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’), que abriu com 97% approval no Rotten Tomatoesboth from critics and the public.
Fans filmed the two at the session and the internet went wild:
Andrew garfield and tobey maguire watching a film together 🐐 pic.twitter.com/E3K8BCovpU
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‘Everything Everywhere at the Same Time‘ (‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’) is the most praised film of the year so far and has managed to expand its run in US theaters.
The sci-fi comedy debuted in a limited run in major cities (only 38 theaters two weeks ago), but has expanded this weekend to 2,200 theaters.
The long starring Michele Yeoh (‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’) opened with 97% approval no Rotten Tomatoes, both from critics and the public. And the title has also been successful in the Letterboxda social network where users share their opinions about movies and series.
Surprisingly, ‘Everything Everywhere at the Same Time‘ is already the highest-rated movie of all time on the platform.
with note 4.6 from 8,268 votesthe film surpassed even the acclaimed ‘The Godfather’ (4.5), ‘Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back’ (4.4) e ‘Batman: The Dark Knights’ (4.4).
Watch the subtitled trailer:
Among the comments, critics were unanimous in praising the unpredictability of the script, which goes from a boring drama about a Chinese immigrant in debt to an unexpected multiversal battle.
And, as it couldn’t be otherwise, the accolades also highlight the performances of Yeohwho plays several versions of herself with completely different characteristics.
In the plot, a Chinese immigrant is dragged into an insane adventure, where she must save the world by exploring other universes connected with the life she could have lived.
The cast still has Ke Huy Quan, Stephanie Hsu, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr., James Hong e Jamie Lee Curtis.