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Reportedly, she was only offered an eighth of what her white male colleague was supposed to get.
Around this time last year, Crazy Rich Asians debuted to an eager audience of millions around the world, but if you're gearing yourself up for its much-awaited sequel, you may have to wait a while. It's been reported that Adele Lim, the only ...
 
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The Crazy Rich Asians breakout star talks to T&C about her favorite travel destinations and how she gets into vacation mode despite her busy schedule.
Awkwafina is a crazy busy person. The actress and rapper's star turns last year in Ocean's 8 and Crazy Rich Asians were only the beginning. This month, she's in her first dramatic lead role in The Farewell, the true story of a family that decides not to ...
 
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"I realize that there is an enormous parallel between Gloria Vanderbilt, her life, and the world that I write about in Crazy Rich Asians."
Before Kevin Kwan was famous for his hit Crazy Rich Asians novels, he was an editor—an editor who happened to work with Gloria Vanderbilt on her memoir It Seemed Important at the Time, helping her choose which photos to include in order to tell the ...
 
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It's what got her cast as Princess Intan!
It's been more than half a year since Crazy Rich Asians brought Kevin Kwan's best-selling book to life on the big screen. The movie, directed by Jon M. Chu, was a box-office hit around the world, what with its groundbreakingly inclusive cast, charming love story, and of ...
 
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Do you think Heart is part of China Rich Girlfriend?
Heart Evangelista, dubbed by Harper's Bazaar as one of the"Real Crazy Rich Asians," recently jetted off to China for an undisclosed project. This "adventure," as the star put it, has prompted rumors of her being cast in China Rich Girlfriend, the sequel to last ...
 
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That's one seriously stunning ring.
Michelle Yeoh, who plays the infamous Eleanor Young in the Golden Globe nominated Crazy Rich Asians, just arrived on the red carpet donning jewels worthy of her impeccably-styled character.Adapted from Kevin Kwan's epic trilogy, which lets readers into the scandalous, over-the-top glamorous lives of ...
 
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The director of the film also explains the last-minute decision to reduce Charlie Wu's part.
By now, we’ve probably all seen the 2018 romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians, and have fallen in love with Kevin Kwan’s characters who have come to life on the big screen. As we await the next installment, which will reportedly debut in ...
 
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Here's everything we know so far.
Following Crazy Rich Asians's $35.3 million opening weekend, Warner Brothers is moving forward with the development of a sequel and as the New York Times reported, plans are in the works "to turn 'Crazy Rich Asians' into a big-screen franchise."Here's what we know so far ...
 
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The CBS primetime comedy sounds a lot like this summer's blockbuster movie.
Excitement is already building around Kevin Kwan's forthcoming comedy series—largely because it sounds a bit like Crazy Rich Asians: American Style.The show, titled The Emperor of Malibu, follows two well-off families: one with new money from Shanghai and one long-established East Coast clan. When ...
 
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A rare Daytona makes a meaningful appearance in Crazy Rich Asians.
This article contains very mild spoilers. Nothing that gives away important plot points, but, you know, some people are pretty persnickety about spoilers, so let those people be forewarned.Jon Chu's Crazy Rich Asians, a film adaptation of the bestselling Kevin Kwan novel, ...
 
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Did it really have to take 25 years for Asians to be represented again in a contemporary Hollywood film?
A quarter century ago, Joy Luck Club came blazing onto the big screen. The film, which focused on the cultural differences between Asian mothers and their American-born daughters, became the first major Hollywood picture with a predominantly Asian-American cast.Fast forward 25 years later, Crazy Rich ...
 
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We had a very interesting conversation with the talented actor behind Crazy Rich Asian's Colin Khoo.
Chris Pang, who plays Colin Khoo in Crazy Rich Asians (a.k.a. Nick’s best friend whose wedding is the catalyst for all the drama) arrived at his Preview photo shoot alone, in a Grab car he booked himself. The Hollywood actor—whose movies under his belt include Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: ...
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