Cool Stuff: A24 Is Selling Everything Everywhere All At Once's Special Auditor Award As A Candle That Surely Doesn't Look Like Anything Else

After the wild and wonderful weirdos over at A24 started selling googly eyes and hot dog fingers from "Everything Everywhere All At Once," it was only a matter of time before they gave us the opportunity to purchase a replica of the major award shown on Jamie Lee Curtis' desk of our very own.

Millions of hard working Americans put their hearts and souls into the capitalist grind without so much as a pizza party or "thank you" for their efforts. Fortunately, in the world of "Everything Everywhere All At Once," the IRS shows their appreciation for their star auditors, like Curtis' Deirdre Beaubeirdre, with celebratory and personalized trophies. It's been well documented that A24 has a great appreciation for highly-specific promotional movie merchandise, and it's truly delightful to see that this appreciation extends to their own productions.

For the (honestly a bit expensive if I'm being honest) price of $60 before shipping and handling, you can now become the proud owner of an Auditor of the Month candle, shaped with expert precision and engraved with Deidre's esteemed honor. The 3D candle is made by hand in New York by Joya Studio, the folks behind A24's other candle merchandise, and is scented with a hint of dryer sheet, in reference to the laundromat owned by Evelyn (Michelle Yeoh) and Waymond (Ke Huy Quan) Wang.

It's a major award!

Not since "A Christmas Story" began selling replica leg lamps have movie fans been able to purchase such a prestigious major award. In addition to serving as evidence of Deirdre's remarkable talent as an auditor for the IRS, the award is also at the center of one of the most action packed moments of "Everything Everywhere All At Once," where Deidre's award becomes the "Chekhov's Gun" of the IRS office showdown. Deidre has won the esteemed title three times, so if you're looking to be screen accurate, it's going to cost you a pretty penny.

Unless you intend on actually burning the candle, (which will likely melt down really, really weird) I encourage anyone who purchases the award replica to keep it in a cool, dry place, preferably in a place where visitors can see it upon entry to your home. No, this is not the type of award you keep in a drawer on a bedside table, this is an award that demands to be seen. I must also recommend that no one attempt to recreate or re-enact any scene from "Everything Everywhere All At Once" that involves the award, unless you are one of the film's stunt coordinators, Andy or Brian Le.