According to Everything Everywhere All At Once actor Michelle Yeoh, she didn't land a role in Quentin Tarantino's martial arts franchise Kill Bill because she was too good at fighting.
Yeoh told Town & Country that she once asked Tarantino why she didn't make it into the series -- especially as the director had previously said her performance in Jackie Chan's Police Story 3 was one of his influences for Kill Bill. "He's very smart," she explained. "He said, 'Who would believe that Uma Thurman could kick your ass?'"
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If there’s anything about Everything Everywhere All at Once that should not come as a surprise, it’s that it writes an obscenely ginormous check and then manages to cash every last penny of it. After all, the film comes from directing duo Daniels (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), the masterminds who managed to make Swiss Army Man, a movie about a man who befriends a semi-sentient corpse, actually work.
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Iconic director duo Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, often referred to as just “Daniels,” are headed back to the big screen with another feature film. Debuting six years after the pair’s beloved Swiss Army Man, starring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe, Everything Everywhere All At Once follows middle-aged Mrs. Wang (Michelle Yeoh) who is having trouble finishing her taxes. Right. Simple.
From there, the film spirals into full-blown, epic, awesome craziness.
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