That didn’t take long. A sequel to the “Crazy Rich Asians” is already in development at Warner Bros., Variety has confirmed. Jon M. Chu will return to the follow-up, along with the creative team behind the acclaimed romantic comedy. “Crazy Rich Asians” topped the domestic box office last weekend when it opened with a five-day […]
Crazy Rich Asians may be going gangbusters at the U.S. box office but that won’t stop Singapore authorities from reminding author Kevin Kwan that rules are rules. The country’s Ministry of Defence has said the Crazy Rich Asians author is wanted for failing to report for military service. The Ministry says that Kwan, 44, did not register for national service in 1990 despite being sent notices. He reportedly applied twice to renounce his citizenship at a later date, but was…
Fans of the book have a very specific reason to cheer for a short, but important sequence that comes midway through the closing credits of “Crazy Rich Asians.”
Adapting the hit book into a film required overcoming many roadblocks, including Hollywood doubters, debate over a Trump joke, and test audience reaction to a key character. Director Jon M. Chu tells all.
Pitted against her potential future mother-in-law, as well as an upper-crust society that views her as an unworthy partner for her love, Constance Wu's Rachel finds herself struggling to prove that she belongs.