"Based on the novel by Kevin Kwan, Crazy Rich Asians centers on American-born Chinese economics professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), who accompanies her boyfriend (Henry Golding) to Singapore for his best friend's wedding only to get thrust into the lives of Asia's rich and famous".
While that's great, I think it says something if we can only picture Asians in something from another time.
A tussel ensues between the mother and the lover in which Rachel doesn't seem in a mood to back down.
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Rachel soon realises that Nick may just be the most desirable bachelor in Asia and that every other single woman in his social class is jealous of her and wants to bring her down.
After discovering how "crazy rich" her boyfriend's family was, Rachel becomes enthralled with - and then eventually caught up in - their glamorous lifestyle.
The trailer ends by teasing the tension between Rachel and Nick's mother, one of the central conflicts in Crazy Rich Asians.
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"I know you're not what Nick needs", she frankly quips in one scene. "I'm much more of a Harry".
Check out the full trailer above. Harry Shum Jr., Pierre Png, Tan Kheng Hua, Fiona Xie, Amy Cheng, Selena Tan, Janice Koh, Koh Chieng Mun, Carmen Soo, and Kris Aquino round out the cast.
Glitz, glamour, high stakes and gorgeous people so wealthy they're described as "crazy rich" - the first trailer for the big-screen adaptation Crazy Rich Asians is as opulent and spunky as you'd expect from a movie based on Kevin Kwan's larger-than-life bestseller.
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