Constance is on the cover of the September issue of Marie Claire Malaysia. The gallery has been updated with covers and photoshoot pictures from her feature as well as additional photoshoot pictures from a couple other recent photoshoots.
Great news! Warner Bros.’ is moving forward with development of a sequel to “Crazy Rich Asians”. Congratulations to Constance and the entire cast & crew!
The creative team behind Warner Bros.’ breakout romantic comedy is planning to reunite for the sequel, based on Kevin Kwan’s second book, ‘China Rich Girlfriend.’
The Crazy Rich Asians gang is getting back together. Jon M. Chu, who helmed the groundbreaking film that ruled the box office with a $35.3 million five-day opening, is planning to return for the sequel. Warner Bros.’ is moving forward with development on the follow-up, with plans to reunite the first movie’s original team, including producers Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson of Color Force and John Penotti of Ivanhoe.
Chu, whose past credits include 2016’s Now You See Me 2 and 2013’s G.I. Joe: Retaliation, does have a packed schedule, but sources say he’d likely helm the follow-up to Crazy Rich Asians after shooting the long-awaited adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first musical, In the Heights, which Warners has scheduled for a June 26, 2020, release.
The plan is to also bring back screenwriters Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim (who penned Crazy Rich Asians), although the deals have not yet been set.
Warner Bros. has not yet officially greenlighted the sequel (it’s standard practice for a studio to take a wait-and-see approach with a new potential franchise) but is moving forward on development. The studio and its CEO and chairman Kevin Tsujihara took a risk by greenlighting a comp-less film starring an all-Asian cast and a very specific story set in Singapore, but with the massive opening weekend results, a strong performance in weeks to come will all but guarantee the sequel is a go. The $30 million production, the first Hollywood studio movie since 1993’s The Joy Luck Club to feature an all-Westernized Asian ensemble, has opened better than any other comedy this year and any rom-com since 2015’s Trainwreck.
Warner Bros. has the option for Kevin Kwan’s entire trilogy, which includes 2015’s China Rich Girlfriend and 2017’s Rich People Problems. “We have a plan with Kevin for the next two films,” says producer Simpson.
The gallery has been updated with a bunch of new pictures. I’ve added pictures of Constance at the follow appearances: Visiting “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, Sirius XM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio Spotlight With The Cast Of “Crazy Rich Asians”, Visiting NBC’s “Today”, “Crazy Rich Asians” NBCU Panel, TimesTalks with “Crazy Rich Asians”. I’ve also added more pictures of Constance from the “Crazy Rich Asians” Press Conference and the Premiere and from Constance Visiting Build. The gallery has also been updated with numerous interview screen captures, as well as magazine and photoshoot additions. Also, Constance is on the cover of the August 27th Issue of Time! The gallery has been updated with the cover.
Constance’s horror film “All The Creatures Were Stirring” has been given a release date. The film will be available VOD, Digital and DVD on December 4th.
RLJE Films has acquired all North American rights to the upcoming horror film All the Creatures Were Stirring and will be releasing it VOD, Digital, and DVD this December.
“With scares, laughs and stars from some of the top releases this year, including Constance Wu in Crazy Rich Asians and Amanda Fuller in Orange is the New Black, All the Creatures Were Stirring has it all,” said Chief Acquisitions Officer Mark Ward. “We’re excited to see how horror fans react to this new holiday horror classic from David and Rebekah McKendry.”
Written and directed by David Ian McKendry (The Dump) and Rebekah McKendry (The Barista) the film stars Constance Wu (Crazy Rich Asians), Amanda Fuller (Orange is the New Black), Jonathan Kite (2 Broke Girls), Jocelin Donahue (Insidious: Chapter 2) and Graham Skipper (The Mind’s Eye).
All the Creatures Were Stirring was produced by Morgan Peter Brown and Joe Wicker of FallBack Plan Productions (Absentia) and was executive produced by Kevin Kale. RLJE plans to release the film on VOD, Digital and DVD on December 4, 2018.
Synopsis: An awkward date on Christmas Eve leads a couple into a strange theater, where they’re treated to a bizarre and frightening collection of Christmas stories, featuring a wide ensemble of characters doing their best to avoid the horrors of the holidays. From boring office parties and last-minute shopping, to vengeful stalkers and immortal demons, there’s plenty out there to fear this holiday season.
Constance along with some of her “Crazy Rich Asians” co-stars visited Build today to promote the film. The gallery has been updated with screen captures, appearance pictures, and portraits from Build, as well as some additional photoshoot pictures from some of Constance’s recent photoshoots. Check out the full Build interview below.