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Daniel Kwan, one half of the Daniels directing duo, once again asks fans of his film, Everything everywhere all at once, be respectful online. Ahead of Sunday’s Oscars, Kwan posted a Twitter thread recounting the film’s journey since its premiere and revealing that he plans to take a social media hiatus after the Oscars. “The last thing I ask of all fans of our movie is to be courteous and kind tomorrow, especially if we don’t win awards you might have thought we deserved,” tweeted Kwan, who tweeted a sentiment. similar to fans in December. , writing. He went on to express his love for “every single movie we face,” before noting, “I already have everything I could ever want, and there’s no need to be mad on our behalf. . Everything everywhere all at once is up for 11 Oscars tomorrow and is expected to handily win Best Picture tomorrow – although, as Kwan writes, “No film deserves to be swept away, no matter how good, and I wholeheartedly support my fellow nominees.” He signs by sending a message to potential enemies: “I’m sorry we ruined the cinema for you forever. Hopefully we can catch up on the next one. Read the full thread below.