A24 is Auctioning Off (Almost) Everything from Everything Everywhere All At Once

Online charitable auction featuring original and iconic props, wardrobe, and set pieces.

If you're an Everything Everywhere All at Once superfan like me, you can't get enough of Daniels' multiverse jumping sci-fi action adventure comedy. But how about owning an actual piece from the movie?

A24's online charitable auction platform A24 Auctions is offering fans a chance to own a piece of movie history. Starting Thursday, February 23, 12:00 PM (ET), you can bid on the original and iconic props, wardrobe, and set pieces from Everything Everywhere All at Once. How about Jobu Tapaki's bedazzled Elvis costume? Hot dog hands? Racacoonie? The Auditor of the Month trophy? Yup.

100% of each of the auction's proceeds will be donated to one of the three charities that filmmakers The Daniels selected: Laundry Workers Center, Transgender Law Center and Asian Mental Health Project.

Laundry & Taxes Auction

The Laundry & Taxes Auction, benefiting the Laundry Workers Center, includes treasures from the everyday world of the Wang family, plus a few surprises from the Hot Dog universe.

In Another Life Auction

The In Another Life Auction, benefiting the Transgender Law Center, features items like Jobu Tupaki's bagel headpiece (worn by Stephanie Hsu), Evelyn's Punk Cardigan (worn by Michelle Yeoh), AND A Raccacoonie-sized chef toque (worn by Harry Shum Jr).

Mementos From the Multiverse Auction

The Mementos From the Multiverse Auction, benefiting the Asian Mental Health Project, features items collected from across the multiverse, including rocks, raccoons, Deidre Beaubeirdre's trophy and more.

For me, if I had the proper funds, the hands-down piece de resistance is Waymond's fanny pack.

The auction kicks off Thursday, February 23 at 12:00 PM (ET) and closes March 2 at 3:00 PM (ET). Good luck!

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