In silly snippets of box office trivia, A24 returned the Daniels Everything, everywhere, all at once in 1,490 theaters in its 19th week of domestic release. The Michelle Yeoh-directed multiverse action/fantasy melodrama earned another $650,000 to boost its domestic intake to $68.8 million. It’s not precisely a number that’s burning in the barn, with just $434 per theater (down from the previous weekend’s $556 per theater across 170 auditoriums), which makes sense since the film has been out for five months. and is on DVD, VOD and EST for the last month and changing.

However, the film surpassed $100 million worldwide on a budget over/under $20 million, a first for an A24 film. Plus, it grossed more than Sony’s somewhat wacky re-release of Morbius in early June. So yes, in this specific circumstance, Everything, everywhere, all at once overcome Morbius At the box office.

Sony re-released Jared Leto Morbius in 1,037 theaters in early June, a mostly dead weekend with no major new releases. Whether Sony honestly believed the online memes and social media chatter were indicative of genuine interest or (as I would put it) playing along, the film only made $310,000 over the course of of the weekend, essentially bombing twice. The poorly rated Marvel (but not quite MCU) film grossed $74 million domestically from a $39 million opening and $164 million worldwide.

The only reason it’s not a total disaster is that it cost $75 million. Additionally, Sony has been on a relative streak since Venom: let there be carnage proved last October (via a $90 million launch and eventual $505 million worldwide rollup) that movie theaters were safe for scripted blockbusters. When Spider-Man: No Coming Home exceeds $1.91 billion, Morbius not sweeping is more… an emotional wound.

Sony had decent revenue (and decent reviews) for Ghostbusters: Afterlifewhich grossed $200 million worldwide on a $75 million budget (as opposed to the very good Ghostbusters: Answer the Call which grossed $226 million on a budget of $144 million in 2016). He scored with Spider-Man 3 version 2.0, retroactively turning past fumbles with the Toby Maguire/Andrew Garfield Spider Man fuel franchises for its highest turnover ever. Unexplored surpassed $400 million and likely spawned a new franchise, while Where the Crawdads sing will surpass $70 million domestic on a $24 million budget, becoming the summer’s only big movie aimed at adult women.

I’m crossing my fingers that Brad Pitt High-speed train, Viola Davis’ The female king and Jonathan Majors and Glenn Powell’s Dedication, will try to argue that Sony can do more than just open the Spider-Man and Venom movies. The Morbius the smell is embarrassing, of course. Plus, it’s possible that Venom was the exception to the rule in terms of the audience showing up to this “Spider-Man Villains Get A Spinoff Movie” sub-franchise.

Everything everywhere all at once turned out to be (in terms of legs) the The greatest showman independent films for young people. This is yet another sign which, together with Elvis to crush Light year, Where the Crawdads sing probably passing Morbius at the national level and Superior gun: maverick pulling star wars– big level, there’s more than one way to make money at the movies. If it ends in the race for the Oscars, and I suspect it will, a re-release might be enough to find that extra $4 million and push it back. Morbius‘ total domestic, just out of spite.