Crazy Rich Asians (2018)

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Rachel Chu, an American-born Chinese economics professor travels to her boyfriend Nick's hometown of Singapore for his best friend's wedding. Before long, his secret is out: Nick is from a family that is impossibly wealthy, he's perhaps the most eligible bachelor in Asia, and every single woman in his ultra-rarefied social class is incredibly jealous of Rachel and wants to bring her down.

Cast: Constance Wu, Henry Golding

Crew: Jon M Chu (Director), Vanja Cernjul (Director of Photography), Brian Tyler (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India), PG13 (Singapore), 12A (Ireland)

Genres: Comedy, Romance

Release Dates: 05 Oct 2018 (India), 31 Aug 2018 (Cambodia), 16 Aug 2018 (Czech Republic), 23 Aug 2018 (Germany), 23 Aug 2018 (Malaysia), 16 Aug 2018 (Netherlands), 15 Aug 2018 (Portugal), 22 Aug 2018 (Singapore), 17 Aug 2018 (South Africa), 16 Aug 2018 (United Arab Emirates), 02 Sep 2018 (United Kingdom), 15 Aug 2018 (United States)

Tagline: The Only Thing Crazier Than Love is Family

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Did you know? Calvin Wong originally auditioned for the part of Bernard. Although he lost out to Jimmy O Yang, he was given the lesser role of PT instead. Read More
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as Rachel Chu
as Nick Young
as Young Astrid
as Clerk #2
as Ling Cheh
as Curtis
as Colin Khoo
as Celine
as Reginald Ormsby
as First Clss Airport Greeter
as Kitty Pong
as Astrid Leong
as Charlie Wu
as Jasmine Chen
as First Class Flight Attendant
as Salesgirl
as Bernard Tai
as Amanda Ling
as Cassian
as Airport Staff
as Goh Wye Mun
as Texting Author
as Kerry Chu
as Kina Grannis
as Princess Intan
as Eddie's Child 3
as Eddie's Child 2
as Noodle Man
as Ah Ma
as Little Girl in Jewelry Store
as Jeweler
as Eleanor Young
as Young Nick
as Oliver T'sien, Nick's second cousin
as Lord Calthorpe
as Clerk #1
as Michael Teo
as Eddie's Child 1
as Villain
as Edison Cheng
as Russell Wong
as Alix Young
as Groomsman
as Araminta Lee
as NYC Friend
as Texting Gossip Girl
as Woman in Coach
as Director

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Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital, DTS, Sonics-DDP, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
Camera:
Panasonic Varicam
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.39:1 (Scope)
Stereoscopy:
No
Archival Source:
QubeVault
Taglines:
The Only Thing Crazier Than Love is Family
Trivia:
Based on a global bestseller, follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu

Crazy Rich Asians is the most successful studio rom-com in nearly a decade.

"Crazy Rich Asians" is Henry Golding's first movie. He turned down to audition for the role several times as he did not think he was good enough for the part. It was not until the director, Jon Chu, reached out to him via a mutual Facebook friend was he finally convinced to do the part.

Awkwafina initially supposed to wear several different wigs throughout the movie, but after putting on the blonde wig it was decided to scrap other wigs and just keep the one.

Awkwafina was called "Asian Ellen" by Ken Jeong because of the blonde wig.

Netflix wanted to produce the film and offered a much bigger budget, but Kevin Kwan deliberately turned down the offer.

The second part of the movie has been confirmed and will be based on the second book of the trilogy, "China Rich Girlfriend".

Dissatisfied with the mock-up ring, the director gave a ring from her personal collection which eventually became the emerald and diamond ring Eleanor wears in the movie.

Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding and Ronny Chieng are natives of Malaysia.

That amazing 3-tower hotel featured in the movie is a real one and is called the Marina Bay Sands. It is known for having the world's largest rooftop infinity pool.

Janice Chua is the one who suggested all of the filming locations to the filmmakers. She also wrote several Hokkien dialect lines in the script.

Calvin Wong originally auditioned for the part of Bernard. Although he lost out to Jimmy O Yang, he was given the lesser role of PT instead.

Henry Golding had to cut his honeymoon short after the studio required him and Constance Wu to fly out for a screen test.