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Crazy Rich Asians spinoff in the works with Barry Ritter

Crazy Rich Asians spinoff in the works with Barry Ritter

of World crazy rich asian Officially expanding. On Friday, it was revealed that a spinoff project for the hit film from Warner Bros. is currently in early development, with barry Producer and writer Jason Kim is writing the screenplay. The project would revolve around the romance between Gemma Chan’s Astrid Young Teo and Harry Sham Jr.’s Charlie Wu, both of whom debuted in the first film. Reports indicate that Kim submitted “a dynamite pitch” for the story. Kim also stars in the upcoming film adaptation of Michelle Jauner’s debut novel cry in h martaas well as upcoming original music kpop,

The news comes just months after it was confirmed that the long-awaited sequel crazy rich asian is back in development, with Amy Wang (Brothers Sun, From Scratch) writing the screenplay. While that sequel currently has no title, it is expected to be inspired by the second book in Kevin Kwan’s best-selling series, china rich girlfriend, which partially centers around Astrid and Charlie’s relationship. the studio originally planned china rich girlfriend and the third film, rich people problem, Back to back film in 2020.

“It’s been completely insane,” Kwan said of the success of the series. in a 2020 interview with Guardian, “I realized, in the words of my friend artist Judy Chicago, that my life exploded and I’m still trying to get it back together. I jumped on the rollercoaster, it’s been really chaotic for the past seven years. is.”

crazy rich asian Follows Chinese-American professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), whose world is turned upside down when she learns that her boyfriend, Nick Young (Henry Golding), belongs to one of the richest families in Singapore. The film also starred Lisa Liu, Awkwafina, Ken Jeong, Michelle Yeoh, Sonoya Mizuno, Ronnie Cheung and Jimmy O Yang. The film was a surprise box office success, grossing over $238 million in the summer of 2018 and becoming the highest-grossing romantic comedy of 2010.

“I always bug [director Jon M. Chu] about it and he tells her the same thing every time: they’re trying to figure out the writing,” explained Golding. in an interview with I! online earlier this year, “I know they’re working on it, but hopefully sooner.”

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