WHAT MEN WANT (2019) Official Trailer Planning to watch Crazy Rich Asians? First, get your passport ready. This best-seller adaptation has generated excitement around the world, marking a historic moment for Asian representation in Hollywood. Director Jon Chu’s stylized comedy travels to Singapore and dives into the world of Asia’s ultra-rich. Supercars, precious jewelries, designer couture, you name it, they have it. Stripping away the crazy and the rich, the film tells a classic story about family. Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), a Chinese American professor follows her seemingly low-key boyfriend Nick Young (Henry Golding) to meet his family back in Singapore. On arrival, not only does Rachel discover that Nick is the grandson of one of the richest families in Asia, she also finds herself challenged by Nick’s formidable mother Eleanor Young played by Michelle Yeoh. Internationally known for her roles in Tomorrow Never Dies and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Yeoh mesmerized the audience with her graceful moves mastering guns and swords. But in Crazy Rich Asians, her character is a dragon mom armed head-to-toe in style and wealth. Here’s what she told us.Still haven't subscribed to Golden Globes on YouTube?
HFPA Grants Banquet Presentation 2018 Highlights Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman hits US theaters on the strength of the Grand Prix it won in Cannes last May. Produced by Jordan Peele (Get Out), it tells the improbable but true story of undercover cop Ron Stallworth (John David Washington), the first black policeman recruited by the Colorado Springs PD in the early seventies, who infiltrates the local branch of the KKK with the help of his white partner (Adam Driver). Lee’s film, which at times recalls the satirical parody of Peele’s Globe-nominated Get Out and mixes period set pieces, classic film clips and contemporary news archives, plays like a remix of the national psyche on issues of race. We spoke to Washington about the current relevance of the film and asked Spike why he wanted the film to premiere on the first-year anniversary of the Charlottesville “unite the right” riots.Still haven't subscribed to Golden Globes on YouTube?