Kevin Kwan’s new novel Rich People Problems is the last in the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy that has garnered intense international buzz since the first book’s debut in 2013. It’s placed Kwan on the New York Times best-seller list and spun off to an upcoming Crazy Rich Asians movie starring Constance Wu, a game-changer in its own right as the first Hollywood romantic comedy to feature an all-Asian cast…
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Michelle Yeoh will join Constance Wu in Warner Bros.’ adaptation Crazy Rich Asians. Jon M. Chu is directing the adaptation of Kevin Kwan’s New York Times best-selling novel, which centers on the lives of wealthy Chinese families living in Singapore. For the complete story, click HERE.
Warner Bros. has acquired “Crazy Rich Asians” and has fast-tracked the romantic-comedy for production. It will be one of the only major studio movies to feature an exclusively Asian cast. Rights for the project attracted a heated bidding war. To read the full article, click HERE.
Kevin Kwan, author of the delightfully lavish best-seller Crazy Rich Asians and its 2015 sequel, China Rich Girlfriend, has signed a new two-book deal with Doubleday, EW can announce exclusively. The first book in the deal, Rich People Problems, is the final installment in Kwan’s Crazy Rich trilogy. To read the full article, click HERE.