'Crazy Rich Asians' Sequel In Development
Warner Bros. has decided the world needs more Crazy Rich Asians. — In short, I cannot disagree as Jon Chu's romantic dramedy will likely land in the black after an impressive $25 million domestic debut and $35 million total first week gross. Critics, including Cultjer's Jackson Murphy, have praised Crazy Rich Asians as it currently sits 93% Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and has received a Metacritic score of 74.
'Crazy Rich Asians’ Debuts with $5M Wednesday, Heading Towards A $25M-Plus Opening Weekend
Warner Bros. and Jon M. Chu's rom-com Crazy Rich Asians is on track for a $25 million plus debut. On Wednesday, the film opened to $5 million. — This weekend Crazy Rich Asians faces competition from Alpha and Mark Wahlberg's Mile 22. Also Warner Bros. The Meg could still be in the play for the top spot at the box office.
'Crazy Rich Asians' (2018) Review
It's August release time and if you know films, it's not a major release month. Summer blockbusters are over and school is back in session. So you would expect the new love story Crazy Rich Asians to be a trait film in some way. Really, what's to gain from this film if you just read the script because it's such a basic plot. Crazy Rich Asians comes together though in such a different way. Something much more that puts a lot of things into perspective, including a film that offers more than just a love story.
'Crazy Rich Asians' Review
“Crazy Rich Asians” is based on the popular 2013 novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan. It stars “Fresh Off the Boat”’s Constance Wu as Rachel. She’s an NYU professor who’s about to meet her boyfriend’s family for the first time. There’s just one problem: Nick (Henry Golding) is crazy rich, and Rachel doesn’t know it. The couple travels to Singapore where Nick will be best man at his best friend’s wedding. But the big question on the minds of everyone is: Is Rachel, who comes from a poor background, the best woman for him?