The "Game of Thrones" star shares the screen with Henry Golding in the upcoming holiday flick.
"You’ve destroyed my street cred,” the actor joked on "The Tonight Show."
The "Crazy Rich Asians" star has been tapped to star in the G.I. Joe spinoff "Snake Eyes."
The trailer for the romantic comedy also features Henry Golding and Michelle Yeoh of "Crazy Rich Asians."
The summer blockbuster made "such a big impact and goes to show we're worthy of the cinema," the actor said.
They showed up and showed off on Sunday night.
The two will star alongside "Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke in Paul Feig's rom-com.
Inspired by the actor's smoldering GQ shoot, Twitter users are lobbying for him to be cast as 007.
“I’ve stayed the same throughout. It’s just people’s perception of you changes.”
And the online Asian community is thrilled for the "Crazy Rich Asians" actor.
Not even a "Peter Rabbit" DVD can convince Yeoh to allow Henry Golding to appear on "The Late Late Show."
“Crazy Rich Asians” has everything you love about romantic comedies... and so much more.
The highly anticipated comedy beat industry expectations by nearly $10 million.
The cast of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ sharing their favorite foods from Singapore will make you want to book a trip there immediately.
Jon Chu's take on Kevin Kwan's hit book is a hit with early critics.
“People look to cinema to spread the word and to tell these wonderful, outrageous stories or true-to-life documentaries. It’s such an important format for us to put our faces on and normalize."
The “Crazy Rich Asians” trailer is here, and it shows a long-awaited majority-Asian cast.