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Jon M. Chu (“Now You See Me 2”) directed the contemporary romantic comedy “Crazy Rich Asians,” based on the acclaimed worldwide bestseller by Kevin Kwan.
The story follows New Yorker Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) as she accompanies her longtime boyfriend, Nick Young (Henry Golding), to his best friend’s wedding in Singapore. Excited about visiting Asia for the first time but nervous about meeting Nick’s family, Rachel is unprepared to learn that Nick has neglected to mention a few key details about his life. Not only is he the scion of one of the country’s wealthiest families, but also one of its most sought-after bachelors. Being on Nick’s arm puts a target on Rachel’s back, with jealous socialites and, worse, Nick’s own disapproving mother (Michelle Yeoh) taking aim.
It soon becomes clear that the only thing crazier than love is family, in this funny and romantic story sure to ring true for audiences everywhere.
“Crazy Rich Asians” features an international cast of stars, led by Constance Wu (“Fresh Off the Boat”), Gemma Chan (“Humans”), Lisa Lu (“2012”), and Awkwafina (“Ocean’s 8,” “Neighbors 2”), with Ken Jeong (the “Hangover” films”) and Michelle Yeoh (“Star Trek: Discovery,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”). The large starring ensemble also includes Henry Golding, making his feature film debut, Sonoya Mizuno (“La La Land”), Chris Pang (“Marco Polo”), Jimmy O. Yang (“Silicon Valley”), comedian Ronny Chieng (“The Daily Show”), Remy Hii (“Marco Polo”), and Nico Santos (“Superstore”).
Color Force’s Nina Jacobson (“The Hunger Games” films) and Brad Simpson (“World War Z”), and Ivanhoe Pictures’ John Penotti (“Hell or High Water”) produced the film, with executive producers Tim Coddington, Kevin Kwan, Robert Friedland, and Sidney Kimmel. The screenplay is by Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim, based on the novel Crazy Rich Asians, by Kwan.
The creative filmmaking team included director of photography Vanja Černjul (“Marco Polo”), production designer Nelson Coates (“Fifty Shades Darker”), costume designer Mary Vogt (“Kong: Skull Island”) and editor Myron Kerstein (“Going in Style”). The music was composed by Brian Tyler (“Avengers: Age of Ultron”).
“Crazy Rich Asians” was filmed entirely on location in Singapore and Malaysia. It is set for release on Wednesday, August 15, 2018.
Warner Bros. Pictures presents, in association with SK Global and Starlight Culture, a Color Force/Ivanhoe Pictures/Electric Somewhere Production, a Jon M. Chu Film, “Crazy Rich Asians.” The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Entertainment Company. It is rated PG-13.
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Jesus Christ at least don't show us how it ends! Obviously they are going to end up together! The mom is gonna fuss and the girl is going to be soooooo clumsy and then in the second act they are going to have a fight! The son will choose the girl and in the third and final act they are going to make up and the mom will accept her as her bride!
You know, That's crazy rich Chinese, not Asians. Asians are not just Chinese, well most part of Asians look like Chinese but "Asians" is not apt. Anyways, that's just modern 19th century romcom story with some popular Chinese actors and for the people who has secret fantasies about being/being with super rich and cool at the same time.
A movie with Japanese people that have British accents that are American...WTF? What a non realistic piece of trash. Its annoying how fake the actors are and the American music covered by Japanese artists is also nerve racking. This movie will surely tank. 4 thumbs down.
https://www.gofundme.com/n3pzb-help-with-living-expenses --- If I were rich, I would get myself out of the veterans homeless program and take care of my 81-year-old Army veteran father, and then I have two friends living in poverty in the Philippines who I would move here with me and get them out of poverty and give her daughter a full scholarship to any college or university that she'd like to attend. Then after I get my family taken care of, I want to purchase a hundred acre piece of property and build new homeless veteran housing community and get as many homeless veterans off the streets in Miami.
I'm Chinese and I'm glad that most of you guys enjoy this movie, but uh...the story is like most of our tv shows so I already knew the end and all those spicy dramas before the movie even started lol. If you guys like this kind of storyline, I think Chinese TV Shows is your best choice lol
1. What's up with all the "Accents" in this movie ?
Nick's accent is more like British (because he grew up in England but he lives in New York ?)
And those other characters are mostly speaking in British accents or American
I know how Singaporeans speak
They have their own accent called Singlish (Singaporean English or something)
And the ONLY person who speaks it is Mrs. Goh / Aunty Neenah
2. The whole story feels like a Asian version of Cinderella & Pretty Woman. Where a poor (average) girl meets a super wealthy handsome bachelor. Nothing new
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