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Eagle-Eyed Fan Spots Moment In 'Everything Everywhere' That May Have Predicted Its Oscars Sweep

TikToker Anja Keister found a lightning fast moment in the Oscar-winning film that seems to have predicted its own dominance at this year's Academy Awards.

principal cast and creators of 'Everything Everywhere All At Once' with their Oscars
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As anyone who follows film and awards knows, the 95th Academy Awards took place this past Sunday. In standard form, there were expected awards, heartfelt wins and unexpected twists.

One surprise was the sweeping award performance by the film Everything Everywhere All At Once.

But the real surprise didn't come from the film's Oscars sweep. The biggest surprise was the fact the film predicted it.

In a viral TikTok from January, a hawk-eyed fan caught a supposed premonition of the film’s future success.

You can see the video here:

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Let’s hope this manifesting pays off! 🤞🏼 #a24 #eeaao #everythingeverywhereallatonce #everythingeverywhere #oscarszn #oscars #stephaniehsu @a24 #oscarseason

In the video, a scene is played where Jobu Tupaki—actor Stephanie Hsu—detailed how everything is a random arrangement of molecules.

In the clip, the item Jobu is holding then morphed into various items. One of which, if you are paying close attention, is an Oscar.

After having this pointed out, many viewers had their own opinions and theories.

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Many people felt like the show manifested the win.

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In the end, the film performed fantastically at the awards, winning seven of the eleven they were nominated for.

Ke Huy Quan took home Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Waymond Wang, Jamie Lee Curtis was awarded Best Supporting Actress for her role as Deirdre Beaubeirdre—Hsu was also nominated in this category—and Michelle Yeoh won Best Actress for starring as Evelyn Quan Wang.

The big prize of the night, Best Picture, as well as Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Editing also went to the film.