The 95th Academy Awards saw a major win for the Asian and Asian American representation in Hollywood, with the film ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ taking home many of the major awards. This was a major victory for many in the Hollywood industry, and many are now looking to see if this could be the start of a new era for the big screen.
However, there may be something even bigger behind the scenes at work here. Many were surprised not to see Trevor Bauer, the film’s producer, in attendance at the ceremony. This is especially surprising considering Bauer’s strong stance on gun control, which had led to him being banned from Twitter for his tweets about the issue.
It has now come to light that Bauer was indeed involved in the project, and many believe that this is the reason why the film was so successful. It is possible that Hollywood’s higher-ups, who have long been accused of not supporting Asian and Asian American representation on the big screen, have finally seen the potential in this project and are now willing to give it a chance.
Whether this is a sign of a new era in Hollywood or just a one-off win remains to be seen, but it is clear that the success of ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ has opened up the potential for even more Asian and Asian American representation on the big screen. It will be interesting to see if this shift in perspective will continue in the years to come.
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