JustWatch: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘The Last of Us’ Again Top Weekly Streaming

Everything Everywhere All at Once (Paramount+/Showtime Anytime) and “The Last of Us” topped weekly streaming for the fourth consecutive week through March 5, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks the streaming video habits of 20 million users across 59 markets, including the United States.

Everything, starring Golden Globe winner Michelle Yeoh as a mother/wife caught up in an interdimensional multiverse, has topped the chart for seven out of the past eight weeks. It’s odds-on favorite to win the Oscar best picture, among other awards.

Video game-inspired “The Last of Us,” which has been renewed by HBO Max for a second season, topped the episodic chart for the sixth consecutive week, again holding off the Starz revival of “Party Down,” co-starring Adam Scott, among others, and the third season of “The Mandalorian” on Disney+.

Feature films rounding out the most-streamed movie podium included Oscar nominee The Whale and black comedy Triangle of Sadness, which picked up three Oscar nominations, and whose female co-star, model Charlbi Dean, died unexpectedly last August at the age of 32.

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JustWatch: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘The Last of Us’ Again Top Weekly Streaming Through Feb. 19

Everything Everywhere All at Once (Paramount+/Showtime Anytime) and “The Last of Us” again topped weekly streaming for the fourth consecutive week through Feb. 19, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks the streaming video habits of 20 million users across 59 markets, including the United States.

Everything, starring Golden Globe winner Michelle Yeoh as a mother/wife caught up in an interdimensional multiverse, has topped the chart for six out of the past seven weeks. It’s been racking up various industry awards nominations, including for a Best Picture Oscar. 

Video game-inspired “The Last of Us,” which has been renewed by HBO Max for a second season, topped the episodic chart for the fifth consecutive week, again holding off Peacock newcomer “Poker Face,” starring Natasha Lyonne as an offbeat sleuth, and perennial charter, Paramount Network/Peacock’s Montana family drama “Yellowstone.”

Feature films rounding out the most-streamed movie podium included seven-time Oscar nominee The Fabelmans, and black comedy Triangle of Sadness, which picked up three Oscar nominations, and whose female co-star, model Charlbi Dean, died unexpectedly last August at the age of 32.

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JustWatch: Oscar-Nominated ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘The Last of Us’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Feb. 12

Industry awards nomination favorite movie Everything Everywhere All at Once (Paramount+/Showtime Anytime) and HBO Max original series “The Last of Us” again topped weekly streaming for the third consecutive week through Feb. 12, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks the streaming video habits of 20 million users across 59 markets, including the United States.

Everything, starring Golden Globe winner Michelle Yeoh as a mother/wife caught up in an interdimensional multiverse, has topped the JustWatch chart for five out of the past six weeks.

Video game-inspired “The Last of Us,” which has been renewed for a second season, topped the episodic chart for the fourth-straight week, again holding off Peacock newcomer “Poker Face,” starring Natasha Lyonne as an offbeat sleuth, and perennial charter, Paramount Network/Peacock’s Montana family drama “Yellowstone.”

Feature films rounding out the most-streamed movie podium again included Oscar-nominated psychological drama Tár, starring two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett, and black comedy Triangle of Sadness, which picked up three Oscar nominations, and whose female co-star, model Charlbi Dean, died unexpectedly last August at the age of 32.

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JustWatch: HBO’s ‘The Last of Us,’ Oscar-Nominated ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Feb. 5

Industry awards nomination favorite movie Everything Everywhere All at Once (Paramount+/Showtime Anytime) and HBO Max original series “The Last of Us,” topped weekly streaming through Feb. 5, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks the streaming video habits of 20 million users across 59 markets, including the United States.

Video game-inspired “The Last of Us,” which has been renewed for a second season, topped the episodic chart for the third-straight week, again holding off Peacock newcomer “Poker Face,” starring Natasha Lyonne as an offbeat detective, and Apple TV+ newcomer “Shrinking,” co-starring Harrison Ford and Jason Segel.

Feature films rounding out the most-streamed movie podium included Oscar-nominated psychological drama Tár, starring two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett, and the 1993 comedy classic Groundhog Day, co-starring Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, and the late Harold Ramis, among others.

 

JustWatch: ‘The Last of Us,’ ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Jan. 29

HBO’s post-apocalyptic series, “The Last of Us,” and Oscar-nominated Everything Everywhere All at Once topped the most-streamed episodic programming and movie, respectively, for the week ended Jan. 29, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks the streaming video habits of 20 million users across 59 markets, including the United States.

Video game-inspired “The Last of Us,” which has been renewed for a second season, topped the episodic chart for the second-straight week, holding off Peacock newcomer “Poker Face,” starring Natasha Lyonne as an offbeat detective, and perennial chart topper “Yellowstone” on Paramount Network and Peacock.

Feature films rounding out the most-streamed movie podium included Oscar-nominated psychological drama Tár, starring two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett, and 2022 satirical black comedy Triangle of Sadness, co-starring Woody Harrelson, about a wrecked luxury cruise ship that forces its well-heeled passengers to re-evaluate their priorities.

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95th Oscars: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘All Quiet on the Western Front,’ ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ Top Nominations

A24’s sci-fi fantasy drama Everything Everywhere All at Once continues its award-season run, generating 11 Oscar nominations to lead all movies for the upcoming 95th Academy Awards set for Sunday, March 12, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on ABC.

British actor Riz Ahmed (Sound of Metal) and Allison Williams (M3GAN, Get Out) Jan. 24 announced the nominations, which included nine noms apiece for Disney-owned Searchlight Pictures’ dark comedy The Banshees of Inisherin, and Netflix’s All Quiet on the Western Front.

Everything Everywhere All at Once, The Banshees of Inisherin and All Quiet on the Western Front all earned Best Picture nominations, alongside Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Avatar: The Way of Water, Warner’s Elvis, Universal Pictures’ The Fabelmans, Focus Features’ Tár, Paramount Pictures’ Top Gun: Maverick, Neon’s Triangle of Sadness, and Orion Pictures’ Women Talking.

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Everything Everywhere All at Once

Everything Everywhere generated additional nominations for Best Actress for Michelle Yeoh, Best Supporting Actor for Ke Huy Quan, Best Supporting Actress for Jamie Lee Curtis and Stephanie Hsu, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Best Original Song for This Is A Life,” Best Costume Design, Best Film Editing and Best Original Score. The film has been available through retail channels from Lionsgate since July.

The German film All Quiet on the Western Front, a new adaptation of the World War I novel of the same name, also earned noms for Best International Feature Film, Best Cinematography, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Original Score, Best Sound, Best Production Design, Best Visual Effects and Best Adapted Screenplay. The 1930 version of the story won the Oscar for Best Picture.

Banshees of Inisherin grabbed nominations for Best Actor for Colin Farrell, Best Supporting Actor for Brendan Gleeson and Barry Keoghan, Best Supporting Actress for Kerry Condon, Best Film Editing, Best Original Score, and Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for Martin McDonagh. The film can be streamed on HBO Max and has been available via VOD, digital purchase, and on Blu-ray and DVD since December.

Elvis was nominated for eight Oscars, adding Best Actor for Austin Butler, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Film Editing, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Production Design and Best Sound to its tally. Elvis has been available on disc and digital platforms for months, and streams on HBO Max.

Fabelmans rounded out its seven nominations with Best Director for Steven Spielberg, Best Actress for Michelle Williams, Best Supporting Actor for Judd Hirsch, Best Original Screenplay, Production Design and Best Original Score for John Williams, his record 53 nomination. The film is available now through digital retailers and arrives on DVD and Blu-ray Feb. 14.

Top Gun: Maverick, available to view on disc, through digital retailers and streaming on Paramount+, racked up recognition in six categories, with its Best Picture nom joined by Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Song for Lady Gaga’s “Hold My Hand,” Best Film Editing, Best Sound and Best Visual Effects. The film was left off the list of nominees for Best Cinematography, widely seen as a snub as the film, which used Imax cameras for groundbreaking aerial photography, had been winning many of the precursor awards in that category.

Joining Butler and Farrell in the Best Actor category were Brendan Fraser for The Whale, Paul Mescal for Aftersun and Bill Nighy for Living. Best Actress nominees in addition to Yeoh and Williams were Cate Blanchett in Tár, Ana de Armas for Netflix’s Blonde, and Andrea Riseborough in To Leslie, the latter a bit of a surprise thanks to a grassroots campaign for the little-seen film.

The Best Directing category saw Todd Field (Tár) and Ruben Östlund (Triangle of Sadness) join Spielberg, McDonagh and the Daniels.

Gleeson, Hirsch, Keoghan and Quan were joined in the Best Supporting Actor category by Brian Tyree Henry for Causeway, which is streaming on Apple TV+.

In the Best Supporting Actress category, nominees went to Angela Bassett for Disney-owned Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (available through digital retailers and to stream on Disney+ starting Feb. 1, and on disc Feb. 7), and Hong Chau in The Whale, alongside Condon, Curtis and Hsu.

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Best Animated Feature Film nominees included Netflix’s Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, A24’s Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Universal’s Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, Netflix’s The Sea Beast and Disney-owned Pixar’s Turning Red.

Best International Feature noms, in addition to All Quiet, include Argentina 1985, Belgium’s Close, Poland’s EO, and Ireland’s The Quiet Girl.

A full list of nominees is available at Oscars.org.

 

JustWatch: ‘Everything, Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘White Lotus’ Top Weekly Streaming Through Jan. 15

The Golden Globe-winning sci-fi comedy movie Everything, Everywhere All at Once (Showtime Anytime) and the HBO Max original dysfunctional family series “The White Lotus” topped weekly streaming through Jan. 15, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks the streaming video habits of 20 million users across 59 markets, including the United States.

Everything, which stars Michelle Yeoh as a middle-age Chinese immigrant who is swept up in an insane adventure, in which she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led, was the top-streamed movie in December.

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The movie topped The Menu (HBO Max) and Netflix’s Glass Onion, while perennial chart toppers “Yellowstone” (Paramount Network/Peacock) and “Wednesday” (Netflix) rounded out the top-streamed episodic program podium.

JustWatch: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘Yellowstone’ Topped December Streaming

The Golden Globe-winning sci-fi movie comedy Everything, Everywhere All at Once and Paramount Network/Peacock’s Montana family drama “Yellowstone” ended December as the most-streamed movie and TV show, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks the streaming video habits of 20 million users across 59 markets, including the United States.

Everything, starring Michelle Yeoh as an aging Chinese immigrant who is swept up in an insane adventure, in which she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connecting with the lives she could have led, topped the original 2019 Knives Out movie, as well as animated winter holiday classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Among episodic programming, “Yellowstone,” headlined by Kevin Costner, beat out Netflix’s surging “Wednesday,” starring Jenna Ortega as Wednesday Addams from “The Addams Family,” and HBO Max’s moody beach resort-based dysfunctional family drama, “The White Lotus.”

JustWatch: ‘Everything, Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘Better Call Saul’ Return Atop Weekly Streamed Content Through Aug. 21

The A24 movie Everything Everywhere All at Once re-emerged as the top streamed feature film in U.S. homes for the week ended Aug. 21, according to new data from JustWatch, which tracks more than 20 million users’ monthly streaming choices across 54 countries.

The film stars Michelle Yeoh as a flustered immigrant mother who is contacted from a parallel universe and told that only she can save the world. The movie, which has generated more than $100 million at the global box office, held off Universal Pictures’ The Black Phone and Warner Bros. Pictures’ Elvis biopic.

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Rounding out the podium for episodic content included the final episode of AMC original drama “Better Call Saul” on AMC+, followed by Disney+ original series “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” and Netflix’s “The Sandman.”

JustWatch: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,’ ‘Better Call Saul’ Making Habit of Dominating Weekly Streaming

The A24 movie Everything Everywhere All at Once again topped all streamed feature films in the home for the week ended July 31, according to data from JustWatch, which tracks more than 20 million users’ monthly streaming choices across 54 countries.

The drama stars Michelle Yeoh as a flustered immigrant mother who is contacted from a parallel universe and told that only she can save the world. The movie, which has generated more than $100 million at the global box office, held off Netflix actioner The Gray Man, starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, and A24’s adult horror film X.

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Rounding out the podium for episodic content included AMC+ original drama “Better Call Saul.” Other series chart toppers included Hulu’s “The Bear,” and Hulu/FX’s “The Old Man,” the latter topping the episodic chart for the past seven weeks.