Hollywood’s Asian Problem|Resident Movies

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"Crazy Rich Asians" is a landmark movie for one very big reason - it’s the first all-Asian Hollywood film in 25 years. The hope is that similar to "Black Panther," the success of "Crazy Rich Asians" at the box office would pave the way for more opportunities for Asian actors in Hollywood. Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2JjpnIb - - - - - - - - - - - - - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Newsweek Twitter: https://twitter.com/Newsweek Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Newsweek
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Mistress M
I think the idea that asian men can’t be sexy leading men is crazy. Englishman Jason Wong is to me the sexiest man alive....and Henry....sure.
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Chee Nou Lo
...if I had the opportunity....I’d audition to be an asian jedi
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One Punch Man
The exclusion of Asian men in Hollywood tell the whole story of America. RIP Hollywood
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终有一天 万众一心Till all are one
Let’s see that will the upcoming ShangQi movie looks like.😂
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Yappie Kitchen
Your leading lady is out here in Toronto!
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ICE
So youre angry beacuse theirs few asian actor on hollywood?
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devydu
Musical-romance-comedy “Flower Drum Song” came out in 1961 with awesome singing, dancing, love stories, Chinese immigrants, Chinese-American younger generation and elders. This movie starred Asian cast of Nancy Kwan, James Shigeta, Miyoshi Umeki, Jack Soo, Reiko Sato, Victor Sen Yung, Benson Fong, Kam Tong and James Hong. It also starred Juanita Hall, an African-American, who played Asian character roles. This film was adapted from 1958 Broadway musical and based on a book by C.Y. Lee. Some may say the movie/musical had stereotypes and offensive, but it depicted Chinese family life and romance, set in San Francisco Chinatown. Like “Crazy Rich Asians”, it has love, culture, comedy, but also beautiful singing of Rodgers & Hammerstein songs and incredible dancing. Talented Nancy Kwan is Eurasian, but so is Gemma Chan (Astrid) who is Chinese/Scottish and Henry Golding (Nick) who is Malaysian/British. In Flower Drum Song, leading Asian man was handsome James Shigeta, who was torn between two love interests, plus his Chinese heritage and American culture. As little girl watching “Flower Drum Song” on TV in ‘60’s and living in SF, I identified with this wonderful Asian musical, which was revised on Broadway again few years ago. So with “Flower Drum Song”, Asians were represented 60 years ago on Broadway stage and in the movie musical. Check out this Asian musical classic "FDS".
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rjd a
5% of actors are asian?
Isn't asians like 5 % of entire US or even lower? wtf?
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Thomas Dalby
Waaaaah waaaah no Asians in movies where were one of the smallest minority waaaaah
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Adam James
Crazy rich asian "success" is in NO WAY COMPARIBLE to Black panther. Black panther is top 10 highest grossing movies of all time globally. Black panther was a movement. Why do you people always have to piggyback off black people's fight for equality and representation.
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AKP Star
Its like asking why chinese or korean film industry dont have more european or middle eastern black actors and actress.
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Hillary Loves Kpop
I am actually a Chinese Canadian 🇨🇳🇨🇦 girl and I would like to watch Crazy Rich Asians
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Roshan Tiwari
That’s true on manager agents of script was shit political Hollywood !
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food
Hollywood is racist garbage. how can they sleep at night for all their damn racist sins. u.s killed 10 million Vietnamese. let workers either away building railroads. put Japanese American citizens in concentration camps ..how does America and Hollywood sleep at night knowing this and not do a fan thing to try to make up for some of their injustices and cruelty.