How often “everyone” and “everybody” are used in the following movies? Movies 1960’s Midnight Cowboy, The Apartment, The Battle of Algiers, The Birds, The Graduate 70’s Apocalypse Now, Badlands, Barry Lyndon Season of the Witch, Network 80’s The Abyss, Die Hard, Hellraiser, Someone to Watch Over Me, Star Trek 2 90’s American Beauty, American Pie, Dave Austin Powers 2, L.A. Confidential
The Result As you can see from the previous graph, I cannot tell you exactly which one is used more often. In some movies, either “everybody” or “everyone” is used.] In some movies, both of them are used equally.
How do we use “everybody” and “everyone”? According to the most dictionaries published in Japan, it is said that both “everybody” and “everyone” are the same. In “Genius Eiwa-jiten” published in 1991, it says that “everybody” is usually used when we call on people. In “Approach Eiwa-jiten” published in 1989, it says that “everybody” is more informal than “everyone”.