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The metaphysical multiverse comedy “Everything Everywhere All at Once” wrapped its hot dog fingers around Hollywood’s top prize Sunday, winning best picture at the 95th Academy Awards, along with awards for Michelle Yeoh, Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis. The film won seven Oscars in all. Yeoh the first Asian woman to win best actress. Brendan Fraser won best actor. The German-language WWI epic “All Quiet on the Western Front” also took four awards as the academy heaped honors on the craft of the harrowing anti-war film.  Only two other films in Oscar history — “A Streetcar Named Desire” and “Network” — have won three acting Academy Awards.


Will Joel and Ellie finally reach the doctors in "The Last of Us"? Will Michelle Yeoh take home the Oscar for best actress? Both questions will be answered Sunday, but viewers may have to make a choice about which answer they want in real time.