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It follows a Chinese-American professor who travels to meet her boyfriend's family and is surprised to discover they are among the richest in Singapore. The film was announced in August after the rights to the book were purchased. Much of the cast signed on in the spring of , and filming took place from April to June of that year in parts of Malaysia , New York City , and Singapore.
It is the first film by a major Hollywood studio to feature a majority cast of Asian descent in a modern setting since The Joy Luck Club in Despite praise for that, the film did receive some criticism for casting biracial actors over fully ethnically Chinese ones in certain roles.
Additional criticisms were directed at the film for failing to have non-Chinese Singaporean ethnic groups—notably Malay and Indian actors—as characters. The film received positive reviews from critics, with praise for its acting, production and costume design.
Two sequels, based on the novel's follow-ups China Rich Girlfriend and Rich People Problems , are currently in development. In Singapore, Rachel visits her college friend Peik Lin 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 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 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 privately 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.
During the wedding reception, Eleanor and Nick's grandmother privately confront Rachel and Nick. Using the findings of a private investigation, Eleanor reveals that Rachel's father is alive, and Rachel was conceived through an adulterous affair, after which her mother, Kerry, abandoned her husband and fled to the United States. They demand that Nick stop seeing Rachel for fear of a scandal, as they cannot be linked to such a family. Rachel is stunned, as Kerry had told her that her father was dead.
She flees and stays at Peik Lin's home, depressed and unwilling to speak to Nick. Kerry arrives in Singapore, explaining that her husband was abusive and that the comfort an old classmate provided turned into love and a surprise pregnancy. She fled with baby Rachel in fear that her husband would kill them. Kerry reveals that Nick was the one who had called her to Singapore and urges Rachel to talk to him. When they meet, Nick apologizes and proposes to Rachel, saying that he is willing to leave his family behind to be with her.
Rachel arranges to meet Eleanor at a mahjong parlor. Over a game of mahjong, she reveals to Eleanor that she declined Nick's proposal so his relationship with his family would not be ruined. She tells Eleanor to remember that when Nick eventually marries someone "good enough" for her, it will be because of a selfless act on the part of Rachel, a girl Eleanor looks down upon.
Meanwhile, Astrid moves out, telling Michael his ego, insecurities, and unwillingness to make their marriage work caused it to fail. Rachel and Kerry board a flight back to New York City, but are interrupted by Nick, who proposes with Eleanor's ring, revealing her blessing. In tears, Rachel accepts and they stay in Singapore one more night for an engagement party, where Eleanor nods at Rachel in acknowledgment, Rachel having finally earned her respect.
In a mid-credits scene , Astrid and her ex-boyfriend Charlie Wu spot each other at the party; she discreetly smiles. One of the first producers to contact Kwan was Wendi Deng Murdoch , who had read an advance copy of the novel provided by Graydon Carter.
Jacobson and her partner Brad Simpson intended to produce under their production banner Color Force , with Bryan Unkeless developing the project. Their initial plan was to produce the film adaptation outside the studio system and to structure financing for development and production from Asia and other territories outside the United States.
Jacobson stated "Getting something in development and even getting some upfront money is an easy way to not ever see your movie get made. We don't know. It's all Asian,' it was exactly the opposite for us: 'That's exactly why it will work.
Screenwriter Peter Chiarelli was hired to write the screenplay before a director was brought on board. Chu entered negotiations with Color Force and Ivanhoe Pictures in May to direct the film adaptation. Chu was actually mentioned obliquely in the source novel as Kwan was friends with Chu's cousin Vivian. Lim, who was born in Malaysia, added specific cultural details and developed Eleanor's character.
In October , Warner Bros. Pictures acquired the distribution rights to the project after what Variety called a "heated" bidding war. However, Kwan and Chu selected Warner Bros. Chu . Although she had initially auditioned for the role of Rachel in mid, Constance Wu could not accept due to a conflict with her work on the television series Fresh Off the Boat.
However, Wu wrote to Chu explaining her connection with Rachel's character, and convinced him to push back the production schedule by four months. It's about wanting to be part of something monumental. Something that's bigger than me. I'm so giddy I'm part of this, I can't even tell you.
The casting of Nick Young, Golding's eventual role, initially had been challenging for the filmmakers, as director Jon M. Chu reportedly was unsatisfied with the preliminary finalists from Los Angeles and China, as he felt that none of the actors could properly replicate the British accent Nick was described as having from the original book. Biscuit Films, a production company based in Petaling Jaya that provided support for the film, commissioned casting director Jerrica Lai to provide local talent which included Carmen Soo as Francesca Shaw, a socialite and Calvin Wong Peik Lin's awkward brother.
The film's casting prior to release was met with both praise—in the U. Principal photography began on April 24, ,  and completed on June Producer Tim Coddington contacted Biscuit Films for potential locations in Malaysia similar to photographs he had of mansions in Thailand, and Biscuit convinced him to switch locations to Malaysia, which is culturally more similar to Singapore, where the source novel is set. Kevin Kwan, who was born in Singapore and lived with his paternal grandparents before moving to the United States, contributed vintage family photographs for the set.
The stuffed tiger in the foyer was a simulacrum created from foam and fur in Thailand; customs inspectors delayed the shipment because they thought it was an actual taxidermied animal. Regis Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. Colin and Nick escape the party barge the set was built in a parking lot at MIECC, and a container ship was rented for exterior shots    to relax on Rawa Island scenes filmed on Langkawi Island ,   and the bachelorette party takes place at the Four Seasons on Langkawi.
Costume design was handled by Mary Vogt, with Andrea Wong serving as a consultant and senior costume buyer. Before traveling to Malaysia and Singapore, Vogt received help from Kwan, who shared vintage family photographs to explain how the old money society in Singapore "was very classy, very elegant",   contrasting with the new money Goh family, who are "just flinging it around, wanting to show it [off]".
In an early scene, Astrid gives a watch to her husband Michael; it is a "Paul Newman" Rolex Daytona loaned following a request from Kwan for the filming. Crazy Rich Asians was released in the United States on August 15, , after previously having been scheduled for August Internationally, Crazy Rich Asians was released in Singapore on August 22, ,  and was scheduled for a later release in parts of Europe, although the planned November U. However, it was delayed and eventually cancelled in Sweden and Denmark without any particular reason.
The Swedish distributor Fox told Kulturnyheterna they do not know why the film will not have a Swedish or Danish premiere, and that the decision was made by Warner Bros. Los Angeles office. Kulturnyheterna has on several occasions tried to get Warner Bros. Los Angeles to comment, but to no avail. The film was well received by Singaporean audiences, though some felt it overrepresented and dramatized the wealthy families living there. The film was considered especially notable due to the presence of multiple British actors of East Asian descent acting in the picture.
In China, however, Crazy Rich Asians was met a tepid reception among viewers despite initial high expectations from Warner Bros.
The film's discussion of excessive wealth felt off-putting to audiences due to the start of an economic slowdown ,  and the film has been compared to the Chinese film Tiny Times by some media in China,  and the themes of ethnic and cultural identity were unrelatable and possibly bothersome to viewers. Tourism to Singapore increased following the release of Crazy Rich Asians , attributed in part to the numerous attractions showcased in the film, such as the Marina Bay Sands and Raffles Hotel.
Pictures during the picture's premiere and contributed to talent and location scouting during production. Chu and novelist Kwan, a gag reel, and deleted scenes. Large numbers of organizations and individuals buying out theaters to host screenings, as well as general interest in seeing how Hollywood portrayed the city-state, were noted as major contributors to the film's high Singaporean box office totals.
The film's theatrical release in China was considered unsuccessful, finishing eighth at the box office opening weekend and losing half of its screens from Saturday to Sunday. The website's critical consensus reads, "With a terrific cast and a surfeit of visual razzle dazzle, Crazy Rich Asians takes a satisfying step forward for screen representation while deftly drawing inspiration from the classic—and still effective—rom-com formula.
Joe Morgenstern , writing for The Wall Street Journal , found the film to be "Bright, buoyant, and hilarious," making special note of the large number of quality performances from the cast members: "And anyone with a sense of movie history will be moved by the marvelous Ms. Yeoh, who was so memorable as the love-starved fighter in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon , and by year-old Lisa Lu , who plays Nick's grandmother and the matriarch of his family.
Anyone, in this case, means anyone. Crazy Rich Asians includes us all". Time magazine published an extended cultural review of the film by Karen Ho, which compared the high fashion appeal of the film to rival the best of previous films such as The Devil Wears Prada. Ho summarizes the film's success as a notable uphill battle against the season's predominantly superhero oriented audiences: "To many in Hollywood, Crazy Rich Asians might look like a risky bet.
It's the first modern story with an all-Asian cast and an Asian-American lead in 25 years; the last Joy Luck Club , was in It's an earnest romantic comedy in a sea of action and superhero films In fact, it seems destined to be a hit. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film four stars out of five; he called it "frothy fun" and a "hilarious, heartfelt blast" while hailing the film as "making history" in its cultural representation in mainstream cinema and highlighting the performances particularly Yeoh, whose performance he called "layered".
Chang found the supporting cast performance of Michelle Yeoh to be exceptional, stating "you can't help but hang on Eleanor's Michelle Yeoh's every word. In a crisp, authoritative, sometimes startlingly vulnerable performance that never lapses into dragon-lady stereotype, Yeoh brilliantly articulates the unique relationship between Asian parents and their children, the intricate chain of love, guilt, devotion and sacrifice that binds them for eternity".
Scott indicates that the film's appeal surpasses contemporary social mores dealing with wealth and touches on themes examined in the literature of " endless luxury " over the centuries stating that this is "