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The Crazy Rich Asians Cast Channeled Their Glamorous Characters at the Hollywood Premiere

The stars arrived in exotic supercars while dressed in their best couture.
IMAGE COURTESY OF WARNER BROS. PICTURES
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The big-screen adaptation of Kevin Kwan's Crazy Rich Asians has produced lots of excitement since it was first announced last year. Now it's only a matter of days until the film is scheduled to be released.

Feast your eyes on these photos from the red, or should we say, emerald carpet premiere in the iconic Grauman's Chinese Theatre.

Kevin Kwan, author of Crazy Rich Asians, joined the cast at the premiere.


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He shared a photo on Instagram with the caption: "Arriving in a Ferrari 488 Spider at the world premiere of #CrazyRichAsians in Hollywood's legendary Graumman's Chinese Theatre. #dreamsreallydocometrue"

Filipino-American comedian Nico Santos strikes a pose.


He plays Nick's cousin, beloved character Oliver T'sien in the movie. According to PEP.ph, "Oliver provides gossip and gives Rachel a crash course about the world of the ultra-rich. Prior to this role, Nico became known for playing an undocumented Filipino immigrant in the American comedy series Superstore."

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Henry Golding looked dashing in Tom Ford.


Gemma Chan donned an Oscar de la Renta gown partnered with Chopard jewels.


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Henry Golding and Kevin Kwan flanked leading lady Constance Wu.


Constance Wu stands in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.


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Wu arrived in a Rolls-Royce Ghost, wearing Ralph & Russo Couture and Lorraine Schwartz diamonds.


Sonoya Mizuno, who plays Araminta Lee, stunned in a strapless black dress with ruffles.


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She surprises everyone with her newly chopped locks.

Michelle Yeoh, who plays Nick's disapproving mother, Eleanor.


Henry Golding and Gemma Chan.


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Kris Aquino attended the premiere with her youngest son.


The two were greeted by several L.A.-based fans.

The actress wore a yellow off-shoulder dress by Filipino designer Michael Leyva.


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The Crazy Rich Asians cast altogether.



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