Bow down to Everything Everywhere All at Once! The futuristic comedy-drama stole the show at the 2023 Oscars, taking home the gold for seven out of its 11 nominations. The film beat out nine other top-performing films for the prestigious Oscar for Best Picture.
Additionally, filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert each won for their original screenplay and directing. On the acting side, Michelle Yeoh won the Academy Award for Best Actress, while Ke Huy Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis respectively won Best Supporting Actor and Actress.
And then there was Paul Rogers, who won the Oscar for Best Editing. Not too familiar with Paul? It seems most weren't until he accepted the award and he suddenly, well, became everything everywhere all at once on Twitter.
Who is Paul Rogers's wife?
During his acceptance speech, Paul gave his wife a shoutout, confirming that he is in fact taken. While Paul is very tight-lipped about his personal life, we can confirm that he is married to Becky Rogers.
According to her Linkedin, Becky is Director of Educational Partnerships at Claremont Lincoln University. In Paul's post-Oscar acceptance interview, he explained how he honored his wife in Everything Everywhere All at Once.
Actor Tallie Medel plays a character in the movie named Becky Sregor, who is Joy's (Stephanie Hsu) girlfriend, and Sregor is Rogers backward. Becky Sregor is directly named after Paul's wife, Becky. How sweet is that?
The internet has the hots for 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' editor Paul Rogers.
While Paul worked behind the camera in Everything Everywhere All at Once, he finally got his spotlight moment when he won the Academy Award for Best Editing. As he took the stage to collect his well-earned statuette, the Twitterverse couldn't help but notice that he was quite the dashing man.
Twitter user @ebbandflowph wrote: "Folks, Paul Rogers is hot. His work on EEAAO is also amazing." Another user-turned-instant-admirer @TheBrookeMarks said: "I’d give that editor everything everywhere all at once."
NY Times Award season columnist Kyle Buchanan, who was at the live show, even took to Twitter to confirm that members of the audience were also gushing over Paul, who said this was his second film editing ever.
But of course, hearts started to break when just seconds into his acceptance speech Paul said, "I have to thank my wife, the most incredible woman in the room." (Cue: Awwwww!)
Sorry, ladies and gents; Paul is definitely off the market.