Everything, Everywhere All At Once will, once again, be coming to a theater near you. The hit indie film, directed by creative duo Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, is set to receive a theatrical re-release on July 29th. According to a report from Deadline, heading back out to cinemas for another go-around will earn audiences an exclusive new introduction from the filmmakers along with a full eight minutes of outtakes, presumably played at the end of the movie.
The re-release of Everything, Everywhere All At Once is likely part of A24’s awards campaign for the film, which currently has a 95% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It will also increase the already-impressive box office haul attained by the project, which is A24’s highest-grossing ever at $94 million globally.
Everything, Everywhere All At Once stars Michelle Yeoh as a struggling laundromat owner who discovers the answers to her problems either lie somewhere in the vast plains of the multiverse, or deep within her own heart. The movie also features Ke Huy Quan, in his first major American film role since 1992’s Encino Man, as well as Stephanie Hsu, James Hong, and Jamie Lee Curtis. Harry Shum Jr. and Jenny Slate round out the cast in supporting roles. This will be the second time A24 has re-released one of its films with a slightly longer cut, following Midsommar‘s second turn in theaters in the summer of 2019. The next major release from the studio will be Bodies, Bodies, Bodies, a horror comedy starring Pete Davidson and Amandla Stenberg, on August 5th.