"Crazy Rich Asians" has been hailed as a milestone for Asian representation in pop culture, featuring the first majority Asian cast for a mainstream Hollywood studio movie since 1993′s "The Joy Luck Club".
Thierry Henry wants Bordeaux coaching job, says Arsene Wenger
The appointment sees Henry take his first full-time role as a head coach. He later moved to Barcelona, with whom he won the 2009 Champions League.
According to Deadline, screenwriters Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim are set to return to write the script soon. She has a flawless Asscher-cut diamond, a wedding dress she loves, and a fiancé willing to thwart his meddling relatives and give up one of the biggest fortunes in Asia in order to marry her. Much of China Rich Girlfriend focuses on Rachel's shifting identity based on now knowing her father is out there. Pictures is already moving forward on a Crazy Rich Asians sequel.
Constance Wu, Henry Golding, and Michelle Yeoh, who have been given options for the sequel, are all expected to reprise their roles from the first film.
Canadians Wickens, Hinchcliffe crash out at IndyCar Pocono race
Fittipaldi and Hinchcliffe were released after having X-rays, according to Curt Cavin, IndyCar's vice president of communications. That incident required the race to be halted for more than two hours while substantial damage to the fencing was repaired.
The Warner Bros film directed by Jon M Chu, launched above expectations, garnering US$34 million in just five days.
The $30 million US Warner Bros. film has grossed more than $35 million US since its August 15 world debut in Los Angeles and came out tops with its release in USA theatres over the weekend. Color Force's Nina Jacobson (The Hunger Games films) and Brad Simpson (World War Z), and Ivanhoe Pictures' John Penotti (Hell or High Water) produced the film, with executive producers Tim Coddington, Kevin Kwan, Robert Friedland, and Sidney Kimmel serving as executive producers.
Questions mark first day of deliberations at Manafort trial
The judge said he was optimistic that there could be a verdict "soon" as the jury began a second day of deliberations. Manafort's defense attorney Kevin Downing told reporters they "really appreciate the support of President Trump".
Warning: Spoilers ahead for Crazy Rich Asians, which isn't really a spoiler-y movie, but we don't know your life.