Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Memorabilia Auctioned

Some of the biggest props from “Everything Everywhere All at Once” will soon be going once, going twice, sold.  In the coming week and a half, A24 will auction off memorabilia from one of the year’s best Oscar-nominated movies, with the revenues going to three charities chosen by the film’s directors, Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert.

Almost a dozen costumes worn in the movie and some classic props are among the things up for auction. “hot dog hands,” “Raccacoonie” and Waymond, played by Ke Huy Quan, who is vying for best-supporting actor.

The items are divided into three lots, each highlighting a different component of the multiversal movie and benefiting a different charity.

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Laundry & Taxes auction sales will help the Laundry Workers Center, the Transgender Legal Center will receive the earnings from the In Another Life auction, and the Asian Mental Health Project will receive the proceeds from the Mementos from the Multiverse auction.

Any individual can participate in the online auction. Bidders must register on the A24 Auctions website, attach their credit cards, and join. The auction will run from February 23 until March 2 at 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.

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“Everything Everywhere All at Once”  is the highest-earning movie from A24 and the first to surpass $100 million at the box office. The 95th Academy Awards have nominated it for 12 Oscars, including those for best picture, director, actress, and original screenplay.

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