(Bloomberg) — “Crazy Rich Asians” led the North American box office for a third straight weekend, making the U.S. Labor Day weekend one
(LOS ANGELES) — “Crazy Rich Asians” isn’t slowing down at the box office even in its third weekend in theaters, and is helping to send a strong summer moviegoing season off on a
Every romantic comedy needs a perfect musical moment — and thankfully for rom-com fans everywhere, Crazy Rich Asians is packed full of them. All the songs in Crazy Rich Asians blends American and Asian culture thanks to a combination of classic Chinese love songs and popular English songs reworked
That pressure may have lessened after high audience turnout and celebrity theater buyouts helped the movie successfully rake in $34 million in its first five days. And while the film’s defenders have admonished critics for expecting one work to fill the cultural void left by decades of
Kevin Kwan, whose book Crazy Rich Asians was turned into a hit film, is wanted by the Singaporean government for failing to report
Griffin Lipson/BFA/REX/ShutterstockAfter months of breathless hype, joyous reviews, and a stellar $35.3 million five-day opening, Crazy Rich Asians is getting a sequel. Of course it is! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jon M. Chu is once again circling the director’s chair, a well-deserved gig after he guided the first
Crazy Rich Asians is living large at the box office.
The Warner Bros. romantic comedy opened to an estimated $25.2 million at the domestic box office this weekend. That was enough to give the film starring Constance Wu and Henry Golding the top spot