"Everything Everywhere All At Once" is a movie directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who are collectively known as "Daniels." The film is a sci-fi action adventure that is both hilarious and big-hearted. It follows the story of an exhausted Chinese American woman, played by Michelle Yeoh, who is struggling to complete her tax filings."

Michelle Yeoh

– Michelle Yeoh as Evelyn Quan Wang, a dissatisfied and overwhelmed laundromat owner; and as several other versions of Evelyn in alternate universes.

Stephanie Hsu 

– Stephanie Hsu as Joy Wang, Evelyn's daughter; and Jobu Tupaki, Alpha-Evelyn's omnicidal daughter whose growing nihilism is a threat to the entire multiverse.

Ke Huy Quan 

– Ke Huy Quan as Waymond Wang, Evelyn's meek and goofy husband whose existentialism is the antidote to Jobu's nihilism; and as Alpha-Waymond, from the Alphaverse; and other versions of Waymond in alternate universes

Jenny Slate 

– Jenny Slate as Debbie the Dog Mom, a laundromat customer. Her original name of Big Nose was changed for the film's digital release because of its association with Jewish stereotypes.[19]

Harry Shum Jr.  

– Harry Shum Jr. as Chad, a teppanyaki chef working alongside an alternative Evelyn in another universe.

James Hong 

– James Hong as Gong Gong (Cantonese for 'grandfather'[14]), Evelyn's demanding father; and Alpha-Gong Gong, Alpha-Evelyn's father in the Alphaverse who wants Evelyn to sacrifice Joy to impede Jobu.

Jamie Lee Curtis a 

Jamie Lee Curtis as Deirdre Beaubeirdre, an IRS inspector; and as several other versions of Deirdre in alternate universes.