Actors of the movie "Crazy Rich Asians" in Hollywood, 7 August 2018, Gemma Chan, Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding, Awkwafina and Constance Wu (from left to right) Alberto E. Rodriguez
The Romantic Comedy "Crazy Rich Asians, the first Hollywood film with a 100% Asian cast, shines this weekend at the top of the North American box office, according to preliminary figures released Sunday by the company Exhibitor Relations.
The feature film, adapted from the book of the same name, written by Kevin Kwan and translated into French under the title "Singapore millionaire" (2013), has won $ 34 million since the release Wednesday, of which 25.2 million alone at the weekend 19659003] Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), a New Yorker of Chinese descent and professor at NYU, agrees to visit the family of her friend Nick Young (Henry Golding) in this classic romantic comedy., In Singapore.
She will discover that Nic k is the heir aam from a family of property developers of Chinese origin at the richest in Asia, and is confronted with an environment that she knows nothing about.
"In troubled waters", the history of the discovery of a prehistoric shark with a length of 23 meters, in which Jason Statham plays a former diver displaced from his voluntary isolation by Chinese oceanographers, is to the second place degraded. He earned $ 21.2 million over the weekend, and collected $ 83.8 million in two weeks.
"Mile 22", a new action thriller with Mark Wahlberg, has risen to third place with $ 13.6 million in revenue.
With $ 10.5 million in revenue, another weekend getaway, the prehistoric adventure film "Alpha" shares fourth place with the adventures of tireless Tom Cruise, aka Ethan Hunt: "Mission Impossible: Fallout". The latest episode of "Mission Impossible" swept $ 180.7 million within four weeks on North American screens.
These are the rest of the Top 10:
6 – "Jean-Christophe & Winnie" (8, 9 million, 66.9 million in three weeks of operation)
7 – "BlacKklansman" (7 million, 23 million in two weeks)
8 – "Slender Man" (5 million, 20.7 million in two weeks)
9 – "Hotel Transylvania 3: Monstrous Vacation" (3.7 million, 153, 9 in six weeks)
10 – "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" (3.4 million, 111.2 million in five weeks)