So many awards possibilities for directors Daniels

Everything Everywhere All at Once directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, known collectively simply as Daniels, appear to join a short historical list of filmmakers to have been nominated for Oscars for co-directing. Daniels are also front runners for an original screenplay.

Examples of nominated directing duos: Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, “West Side Story” (1961); Warren Beatty and Buck Henry, Heaven Can Wait (1978); Joel and Ethan Coen, “No Country for Old Men” (2007); and the Coens again, “True Grit (2010)”.

The nominated duos have gone 2-on-4 so far, with Wise and Robbins winning for the original West Side Story and the Coens winning for No Country.

Scripts credited to multiple authors have gained in the more collaborative original screenplay category since original and adapted screenplays were clearly demarcated in the 1950s.

Daniels could be the first duo to win a directing and an original screenplay Oscar in the same year. The Coens won directing and screenwriting awards for “No Country” and an Oscar for the original screenplay for “Fargo.”

Daniels would share a Best Picture nomination with veteran sibling directors Joe and Anthony Russo, her fellow producers on Everything.

Number of Oscar nominations Daniels could receive in the multiverse. So many awards possibilities for directors Daniels

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