Crazy Rich Asians

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Critics' Choice Awards Honors 'Crazy Rich Asians,' 'Black Panther,' 'Beale Street'

The Broadcast Film Critics Association and Broadcast Television Journalists Association awarded several artists of color.

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The Artists of Color We'll Be Pulling For At the Golden Globes

From Berry Jenkins and Regina King to Rami Malek and Alfonso Cuarón, people of color grabbed nominations in several of the top categories.

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EW Names 2018's Brightest Stars of Color 'Entertainers of the Year'

The magazine features Cardi B, Darren Criss and the women of “Black Panther” and “Crazy Rich Asians” on multiple covers.

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On The Fright—and Delight—Of Halloween

Because nothing is more terrifying than racial injustice—and nothing is more adorable than kids whose costumes show us who they really are.

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'Crazy Rich Asians' Team Returns for Sequel

The movie will draw from “China Rich Girlfriend,” the second book in Kevin Kwan’s trilogy about wealth in Asia.

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Performing Blackness Won't Fill Our Asian-American Culture Deficit [OP-ED]

The fight for media representation has become one of the most prominent rallying cries among Asian Americans. But if we wish to subvert White hegemony, we must step away from the imitation of Whiteness’ exploitation of Blackness.

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UPDATE: 'Crazy Rich Asians' Earns $35.3 Million Opening Weekend

The Asian-led romantic comedy topped the domestic box office.

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How This Crazy Rich Asian Fights Wealth Inequality and the Model Minority Myth [OP-ED]

Resource Generation’s Iimay Ho: “I’ve been looking forward to the release of ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ but I’m not surprised that Warner Bros. took a bet on a movie where rich Asians show they can act like rich White people and reinforce the model minority myth.”

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'Crazy Rich Asians' Uplifts Women As Resilient, Complex and Resolutely Human

By giving its female leads room to explore the complexities of their relationships, this Asian-led rom-com goes beyond the boundaries of its genre and centers their agency for the world to see.

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Singaporean Critics Ask Who 'Crazy Rich Asians' Really Represents

While many Asian Americans and allies see film as a game-changer for representation, some Singaporeans feel the movie’s focus on a largely Chinese-descended economic elite ignores marginalized Asians.

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The 'Crazy Rich Asians' Team Took a Crazy Chance on Theaters

Will their gamble work out? 

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Jon M. Chu Vows to Protect Thai Cave Rescue Film From Whitewashing

“We have the power to not only make history, but be the historians that record it, too. So that it’s told correctly and respectfully. Couldn’t just sit here watching how others would ‘interpret’ this important story.”

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3 Questions With 'Crazy Rich Asians' Star Tan Kheng Hua

Colorlines talks to the Singaporean actress about her relationship with Asian America and why representation matters.

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ICYMI: Constance Wu Says 'Crazy Rich Asians' Affirms 'That Our Culture is More Than Just Skin-Deep'

Wu says the upcoming romantic comedy portrays Asians with rarely seen depth.

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The Internet Goes Crazy Over 'Crazy Rich Asians' Trailer

The film about an Asian-American woman navigating the social mores of her wealthy Singaporean boyfriend’s family is one of very few major studio films with a leading cast of Asian diasporic actors.