The first installment in Kevin Kwan's hit book series is heading to the big screen.
The first novel in his best-selling trilogy, Crazy Rich Asians, opens in theaters Aug. 15.
The romantic comedy stars Constance Wu as an Asian American woman heading to meet her boyfriend's (Henry Golding) insanely wealthy family in Singapore. It co-stars Awkwafina in a hilarious supporting role.
Are we super pumped to see it?
We want to know if iDaily readers are as excited as we are.
Heck, maybe you'll even see it twice during opening weekend!
Vote in the poll below—then check back to see if you'll be battling crowds at the box office to see this fun flick.
It's 2018, the Year of the Problematic '90s Throwback.
Francesca Ramsey's got some. And as it turns out, Insecure's Issa Rae has a fave, too. She told us all about it when we caught up with her at InsecureFest.
And oh: We also found out what to expect from the next season of Insecure. (We'll get there, hold tight.)
But first, let's talk about that episode of Sex and the City. THAT one. Titled "No Ifs, Ands or Butts," it's now known as the "Black Girl" episode. Issa Rae shared her opinion on the infamous ep. and we gotta say: we are here for it.
In the episode, Samantha dates a black A&R rep for Tommy Boy Records named Chivon Williams. He takes her to meet his sister, Adeena, who is a chef at a soul food restaurant.
At the climax of the episode, Samantha and Adeena get into a fight that's hard to describe in any other way than racist, and that paints Adeena as an angry black woman.
Issa Rae's problematic fave happens to be Seinfeld. But she also had one word for "No Ifs, Ands or Butts."
Agreed. Lucky for us, we have Franchesca Ramsey's tips on how to enjoy shows while holding them accountable for their missteps.
The most popular movies at the box office will soon have a legitimate shot at winning an Oscar.
The Academy recently announced numerous changes to the award ceremony, the biggest being the introduction of a new category: Outstanding Achievement in Popular Film.
But which films are actually the biggest of the year? Below you’ll find the five most popular films at the box office in 2018, per Box Office Mojo (as of Aug. 9).
Movie-goers have been treated to some great, new flicks this year.
Bad news: The movies we're here to talk about today are not those.
The newest entry is Father of the Year, which was released on Netflix on July 20, but you'll need to see where it stacks up against movies from Johnny Depp, Jim Carrey and one about a dangerous amusement park.
From teen horror flicks to sappy romances, there are some truly terrible choices out there if you're looking to waste $15 this weekend.
If you'd rather put that money to better use, check out our list of the best movies of 2018 so far.
Critical ratings from Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes are how we developed this list of stinkers.