Crazy Rich Asians looks beyond Asia to break Hollywood mould

Constance Wu Henry Golding Crazy Rich Asians Premiere

Kris Aquino stuns in 'Crazy Rich Asians' world premiere

News to talk about their upcoming movie and the significance of having an all-Asian cast.

The supporters brought with them yellow tarpaulins in support of Aquino, majority Filipinos who were just happy to see her step foot in California.

He couldn't help but also check on his wife's hair to make sure she looks super great too.

"Maraming salamat po sa effort nyo to show your love & support!" she added.

The gowns were made by designers Francis Libiran and Michael Leyva respectively, with two of the gowns in a blush pink hue. The dress looks great on her, but we are not so sure about her choice to wear her hair in an updo with swirly bangs.

The movie stars established actresses like Michelle Yeoh, from "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", and Constance Wu from USA television comedy "Fresh Off the Boat" along with newer faces like NY rapper and actress Awkwafina and Henry Golding, who was raised in Britain.

"Crazy Rich Asians" is a glitzy story that follows NY professor Rachel Chu (Wu) on a trip with her boyfriend, fellow professor Nick Young (Golding), to his family's home of Singapore. The tart tone has been replaced with a sweeter, more rom-com-friendly one, and my own favorite character, the glamorous Astrid (Gemma Chan), has been given so little screen time that you wonder why she's even there at all.

Life appeared to imitate art at the Los Angeles premiere of Crazy Rich Asians where the red carpet at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood was a veritable showcase of opulence and high fashion.

Leading man Henry Golding, who plays Singapore's most eligible bachelor Nick Young in the film, showed up in a pale blue suit.

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