Crazy Rich Asians is a 2018 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Jon M. Chu.

Official trailers

Warner Bros. Pictures on Monday, April 23, 2018 released the trailer:
CRAZY RICH ASIANS - Official Trailer.

Story intro

In 2018, Nick Young and his girlfriend Rachel Chu, an economics professor at New York University (NYU), travel to Singapore for the wedding of his best friend Colin to Araminta. In Singapore, Rachel visits her college friend Peik Lin and her family, who are shocked when Rachel tells them that she is dating Nick Young. Peik Lin explains that Nick's family is extremely wealthy and well-known and that Nick's high-society family and friends will give her a cold reception, but Rachel is unconcerned. At a dinner party at Nick's family estate, Nick introduces Rachel to his mother Eleanor, while Nick's cousin Astrid discovers that her husband Michael, a former military captain, has been having an affair. Rachel worries that Eleanor dislikes her, although she seems to make a good impression on Nick's grandmother Su Yi. Rachel attends Araminta's bachelorette party, where she is confronted by Amanda, who reveals that she is Nick's former girlfriend. Rachel returns to her hotel room to find it vandalized, and is comforted by Astrid, who tells her about Michael's affair. Nick attends Colin's bachelor party, where he tells Colin about his plan to propose to Rachel. Colin expresses his concern about the trouble it will cause Rachel, especially with Nick expected to stay in Singapore and run his family's corporation. Rachel vents to Nick about the bachelorette party, and he apologizes to her for not telling her about his family before. He takes her to make jiaozi dumplings with his family, where Rachel admires Eleanor's emerald engagement ring. Later, Eleanor recounts the sacrifices she made to become a part of the Young family, privately telling Rachel that she will never measure up. Rachel is hesitant about attending the wedding, but Peik Lin convinces her to go and stand up to Eleanor. While driving to the wedding, Astrid confronts Michael about his affair. He partially blames his unhappiness on her and the great financial disparity between them, then gets out of their car en route.


Constance Wu
Rachel Chu, Nick's girlfriend and Kerry's daughter
Henry Golding
Nicholas "Nick" Young, Rachel's boyfriend and Phillip and Eleanor's son
Michelle Yeoh
Eleanor Sung-Young, Nick's domineering mother and Phillip's wife
Gemma Chan
Astrid Young-Teo, Nick's cousin and Michael's wife
Lisa Lu
Shang Su Yi, Nick's grandmother and the matriarch of the family
Goh Peik Lin, Rachel's charismatic confidant of a Singaporean college best friend and Wye Mun's daughter
Ken Jeong
Goh Wye Mun, Peik Lin's wealthy father
Sonoya Mizuno
Araminta Lee, Colin's fiancé and Singaporean fashion icon
Chris Pang
Colin Khoo, Nick's childhood best friend and Araminta's fiancé
Jimmy O. Yang
Bernard Tai, Carol's son and Nick and Colin's former classmate
Ronny Chieng
Eddie Cheng, Nick and Astrid's cousin and Fiona's husband from Hong Kong
Remy Hii
Alistair Cheng, Eddie's brother and Nick and Astrid's movie-making cousin from Taiwan
Nico Santos
Oliver T'sien, Nick's second cousin
Jing Lusi
Amanda "Mandy" Ling, Manhattan socialite and Nick's former girlfriend
Pierre Png
Michael Teo, Astrid's husband
Fiona Xie
Kitty Pong, Alistair's girlfriend and Taiwanese soap opera star
Victoria Loke
Fiona Tung-Cheng, Eddie's wife from Hong Kong and Nick's cousin-in-law
Janice Koh
Felicity Young, Astrid's mother and Su Yi's eldest child
Amy Cheng
Jacqueline Ling, Mandy's heiress mother and Eleanor's friend
Koh Chieng Mun
Neena Goh, Peik Lin's mother
Tan Kheng Hua
Kerry Chu, Rachel's mother
Selena Tan
Alexandra 'Alix' Young-Cheng, Su Yi's youngest child
Kris Aquino
Princess Intan, a Malay princess
Tumurbaatar Enkhtungalag
Nadine Shao, one of Eleanor's best friends
Carmen Soo
Francesca Shaw, Nick Young's snobbish ex-girlfriend
Constance Lau
Celine "Radio One Asia" Lim, gossiper and member of Radio One Asia
Peter Carroll
Lord Calthorpe, owner of the London Calthorpe Hotel
Daniel Jenkins
Reginald Ormsby, manager of the London Calthorpe Hotel
Harry Shum Jr.
Charlie Wu, Astrid's ex-fiancé


Principal photography began on April 24, 2017, and completed on June 23.

The film Crazy Rich Asians was scheduled to be released by Warner Bros. Pictures on August 7, 2018 (TCL Chinese Theatre), on August 15, 2018 (United States) and on August 17, 2018.

The duration of the film is 121 minutes. With a budget of $30 million, the film grossed over $238.5 million.

The film had received a "PG-13" rating.


Crazy Rich Asians got high rating from critics. The audience also likes the film. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

External links

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