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Modern Prince Charming: 5 Reasons Why Henry Golding Swept Us Off Our Feet In Last Christmas (& 5 Why He's Better In Crazy Rich Asians)
Henry Golding shot to fame as the handsome romantic lead in Crazy Rich Asians. Now he's in holiday rom-com Last Christmas opposite Emilia Clarke.
Crazy Rich Asians co-writer Adele Lim steps away from the developing sequels (which are gearing up to shoot back to back) over pay disparity issues.
Blockbusters like Black Panther and Crazy Rich Asians helped set new records for women and people of color in lead roles, a new study reveals.
Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma Chan reveals that they're set to film China Rich Girlfriend and Rich People Problems back-to-back in 2020.
Stateside romantic comedy hit Crazy Rich Asians bombs at the Chinese box office, making only $1.2 million over the course of its opening weekend.
Not only is Crazy Rich Asians the top-selling romantic comedy of the 2010s, it's actually one of the most successful rom-coms of all-time.
Crazy Rich Asians continues to impress in its box office run, besting the competition and winning the top place for a third straight weekend.
Crazy Rich Asians is getting a sequel based on the second part of the novel trilogy, China Rich Asians. Here's what we expect to see in the next film.
Warner Bros. moves forward with a sequel to Crazy Rich Asians, with director Jon M. Chu returning to adapt Kevin Kwan's novel China Rich Girlfriend.
Warner Bros. and New Line pick up the China-set romantic comedy Singles Day, following the box office success of WB's Crazy Rich Asians movie.
Crazy Rich Asians rides its positive buzz to the biggest box office opening weekend for a rom-com since the 2015 Amy Schumer vehicle, Trainwreck.
Jon M. Chu's Crazy Rich Asians movie makes a number of changes to the story of Kevin Kwan's novel, especially when it comes to the ending.
Crazy Rich Asians is a movie adaptation of Kevin Kwan's novel of the same name, but does it have a post-credits scene setting up a sequel?
Crazy Rich Asians is a spectacular, heartwarming instant classic of a romantic comedy that brings some much-needed representation to the genre.
This contemporary romantic comedy, based on a global bestseller, follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's family.
Shortly after the original novel's publication in 2013, film rights were acquired and the project entered development. John M. Chu was hired as director in 2016. Principal photography started in 2017.
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