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See the chapel where Colin married Araminta, walk on the same steps as Eleanor Young, eat at the same restaurant as Rachel and Peik Lin, and more – all without having to be crazy, rich, or even Asian.
The movie's opening shatters two box office records in the Philippines
The first Hollywood production since the Joy Luck Club in 1993 to have a majority-Asian cast, the movie has generated frenzied publicity in the US and has generally been well reviewed
'Crazy Rich Asians' is fabulously clever, writes film critic Oggs Cruz
There's no scrimping when you're shooting a movie about Asia's wealthiest and best-dressed
Rappler catches up with Cebu-based Neil Felipp to talk about his craftsmanship and how his designs ended up in the highly-anticipated 'Crazy Rich Asians' movie
The movie, adapted from Kevin Kwan's best-selling novel of the same title rake in $34 million since its August 15 opening in the US
The movie is the first to feature an all-Asian cast in a quarter of a century since 1993's 'The Joy Luck Club'
Designers, makeup artists, hair and fashion stylists from all over the country come together to help the 'Queen Of All Media' transform into 'Princess Intan'
Kris is accompanied by son Bimby
The 'Queen of All Media' pulled all the stops to bag a role in 'Crazy Rich Asians'
Kris is seen holding the hand of Rachel Chu, played by Constance Wu
UPDATED See photos of Kris in Singapore with Constance Wu Gemma Chan and director Jon M Chu