A24 has created a reputation in Hollywood for making off-brand critical darling films ever since the studio launched in 2012.
Often producing "art house" films that usually gain a cult following, A24's latest outing has also proven to be a commercial success.
Dark comedy 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert has become the studio's first movie to hit $100 million in ticket sales globally.
Starring Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Lee Curtis, and James Hong among others, the movie is a multiverse hopping comedy about an unlikely hero that emerges during a time of crisis.
"When an interdimensional rupture unravels reality, an unlikely hero must channel her newfound powers to fight bizarre and bewildering dangers from the multiverse as the fate of the world hangs in the balance," the official logline read.
The A24 feature has earned $68.9 million in the US and $31.1 million globally so far.
Adam Sandler’s anxiety-inducing drama 'Uncut Gems' previously stood as the company’s biggest North American release with $50 million, while Ari Aster’s gruesome horror movie 'Hereditary' ranked as its top global earner with $79 million.
With a production budgest of $25 million, 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' is one of the few movies to turn a profit during the pandemic.