"Crazy Rich Asians" is a 2018 American romantic comedy film directed by Jon M. Chu.
The starring cast includes Constance Wu, Henry Golding, Gemma Chan, Lisa Lu, Awkwafina, Ken Jeong, Michelle Yeoh, Sonoya Mizuno, Chris Pang, Jimmy O. Yang and others.

Here are "Crazy Rich Asians" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Crazy Rich Asians movie?

Warner Bros. Pictures on Monday, April 23, 2018 released the trailer for "Crazy Rich Asians" you can watch here:
CRAZY RICH ASIANS - Official Trailer.

Plot summary

What is Crazy Rich Asians movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Crazy Rich Asians" movie plot summary.

Nick Young (Henry Golding) and his girlfriend Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), an economics professor at New York University and New York native, travel to Singapore for the wedding of his best friend Colin, who is marrying Araminta Lee (Sonoya Mizuno). In Singapore, Rachel visits her college friend Peik Lin (Awkwafina) and her family, who are shocked when she tells them she is dating Nick Young. Peik Lin reveals that Nick's family is extremely wealthy and famous, and are members of high society. At a dinner party at the Young estate, Nick introduces Rachel to his mother Eleanor, while his cousin Astrid (Gemma Chan) discovers that her husband Michael, who comes from a more humble background than the Youngs, has been having an affair. Rachel senses that Eleanor dislikes her.
At Araminta's bachelorette party, Rachel meets Amanda, who reveals she is Nick's former girlfriend and hints Rachel may not be able to integrate into such a high-class family with her lower background. Rachel finds her hotel room vandalized by the other girls, who deem her a gold-digger, but is comforted by Astrid. Nick attends Colin's bachelor party, where he reveals to Colin his plan to propose to Rachel. Colin expresses his concern about the trouble it will cause them, especially with Nick being expected to stay in Singapore and run his family's corporation and Rachel loving her job in New York, as well as the difference in their statuses. Nick apologizes to Rachel for not telling her who he really was and takes her to make jiaozi dumplings with his family. Here, Eleanor recounts the sacrifices she made to become a part of the Young family and makes jabs at Rachel for her American background. Eleanor later privately recounts to Rachel how Nick's father had to cast his own green ring to propose to her as Nick's grandmother refused to give him the family ring, owing to Eleanor not being the first or even second choice. She tells Rachel that she will never be enough for Nick or his family. Peik Lin convinces Rachel to stand up to Eleanor and earn her respect. On the day of the wedding, Astrid confronts Michael about his affair; Michael blames his unhappiness and the great financial disparity between them on her.


Who's in the Crazy Rich Asians movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Crazy Rich Asians" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Constance Wu  as Rachel Chu Nick's girlfriend and Kerry's daughter
Henry Golding  as Nicholas "Nick" Young Rachel's boyfriend and Phillip and Eleanor's son
Gemma Chan  as Astrid Leong-Teo Nick's cousin and Michael's wife, a fashion icon and socialite
Lisa Lu  as Shang Su Yi Nick's grandmother and the matriarch of the family
Awkwafina  as Goh Peik Lin Rachel's charismatic confidant and best friend, and Wye Mun's daughter
Ken Jeong  as Goh Wye Mun Peik Lin's wealthy father
Michelle Yeoh  as Eleanor Sung-Young Nick's domineering mother and Phillip's wife
Sonoya Mizuno  as Araminta Lee Colin's fiancée and heiress to a billion dollar resort chain
Chris Pang  as Colin Khoo Nick's childhood best friend and Araminta's fiancé
Jimmy O. Yang  as Bernard Tai Nick and Colin's former classmate
Ronny Chieng  as Eddie Cheng Nick and Astrid's cousin and Fiona's husband from Hong Kong
Remy Hii  as Alistair Cheng Eddie's brother and Nick and Astrid's movie-making cousin from Taiwan
Nico Santos  as Oliver T'sien Nick's second cousin
Jing Lusi  as Amanda "Mandy" Ling Chinatown lawyer and Nick's former girlfriend
Carmen Soo  as Francesca Shaw Nick's snobby ex-girlfriend
Pierre Png  as Michael Teo Astrid's husband
Fiona Xie  as Kitty Pong Alistair's girlfriend and Taiwanese soap opera star
Victoria Loke  as Fiona Tung-Cheng Eddie's wife from Hong Kong and Nick's cousin-in-law
Janice Koh  as Felicity Young Astrid's mother and Su Yi's eldest child
Amy Cheng  as Jacqueline Ling Mandy's heiress mother and Eleanor's friend
Calvin Wong  as P.T. Goh Peik Lin's brother
Constance Lau  as Celine "Radio One Asia" Lim gossiper and member of Radio One Asia
Selena Tan  as Alexandra 'Alix' Young-Cheng Su Yi's youngest child
Daniel Jenkins  as Reginald Ormsby manager of the London Calthorpe Hotel
Peter Carroll  as Lord Calthorpe owner of the London Calthorpe Hotel
Kris Aquino  as Princess Intan a wealthy royal
Tumurbaatar Enkhtungalag  as Nadine Shao one of Eleanor's best friends
Harry Shum Jr.  as Charlie Wu
Chieng Mun Koh  as Neenah Goh (as Koh Chieng Mun)
Kheng Hua Tan  as Kerry Chu (as Tan Kheng Hua)
Nevan Koit  as Young Nick
Amanda Evans  as Young Astrid
Peter Hodgson  as Clerk #1
Anders Thage  as Clerk #2
Deborah Yeo  as First Class Airport Greeter
Charles Grounds  as Curtis
Jessica Galetti  as Salesgirl
Swee Huat Teo  as Director (as Teo Swee Huat)
Ronnie Kee  as Villain
Isaac Boon Chuon Lee  as Hero (as Isaac Lee Boon Choun)
Roger Shak  as Eddie's Child 1
Lee Zhi Jian  as Eddie's Child 2
Lee Jun Wen  as Eddie's Child 3
Russel Wong  as Russel Wong
Marcus Mok  as Jeweler
Jerrica Lai  as First Class Flight Attendant
Joe Ong  as Cassian
Jasmine Chen  as Jasmine Chen
Junji Delfino  as Astrid's Maid
Beatrice Chein  as Ling Cheh
Tan En Yu  as Goh Twin Girl #1
Tan En Dong  as Goh Twin Girl #2
Lucinda Lew  as Little Girl in Jewelry Store
Susan Wong  as Woman in Coach
Shuhei Kinoshita  as Groomsman
Kina Grannis  as Kina Grannis
Kevin Kwan  as Texting Author
Stephanie Auyeung  as Texting Gossip Girl
Leong Chun Chong  as Noodle Man
Ho Yan Xi  as 7 Year Old Ice Kachang Seller

Release date

When is Crazy Rich Asians movie release date?

"Crazy Rich Asians" movie release date was scheduled to be on August 7, 2018 (TCL Chinese Theatre), on August 15, 2018 (United States), on August 17, 2018, on August 23, 2018 (Germany) and on August 31, 2018 (Poland) distributing by Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Roadshow Entertainment, SF Studios, Warner Bros. F.E., Westec Media Limited, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Galapagos Films, HBO Max, Tanweer Alliances and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.


What are Crazy Rich Asians filming details?

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

"Crazy Rich Asians" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.

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


What are critics and audiences saying about Crazy Rich Asians movie?

"Crazy Rich Asians" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.9/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 91/100. 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.

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