‘Crazy Rich Asians 2’ names new writer, Amy Wang, to replace Peter Chiarelli – Deadline

except: Warner Bros. Laure force has prepared an upcoming Chinese-Australian writer Amy Wang for the pen Crazy Rich Asians 2And the The deadline can be revealedAnd the replacing Peter Chiarelli And the Adele Lim After the 2019 controversy over pay parity.

Wang takes on the sole writing assignments for the John M. Cho sequel starring Henry Golding and Constance Wu, Deadline Understood, which comes after the first successful feature of 2018 following a Chinese-American professor’s experience meeting her boyfriend’s rich family in Singapore. Gemma Chan, Lisa Lowe, Awkwafina, Ken Jeong and Michelle Yeoh also starred in the first film.

The plot and other details are being kept under wraps for the expected sequel, with a third movie planned as well.

Wang is a story editor at Netflix sun brothers From Brad Falchuk and Byron Wu and also worked on the same series as Zoe Saldana starring from scratch.

She is currently writing and directing a horror feature for Paramount Players/QC Entertainment and has directed shows that include an upcoming episode of Starz’s. blindness and Facebook birch; She won a Cannes Lion Award for her short story Abnormal in 2018.

Wang is represented by Kaplan/Peroni, Jackaway, Austin and Terman.

In 2019, about a year later Crazy Rich Asians Lighting up the box office, Lim walked away from the two planned series after it was revealed that she was getting nearly 10 times less than Suggestion or offer Writer Chiarelli, the argument for the work is that Chiarelli was an experienced writer who was largely a television writer.

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cho She responded at that time In a lengthy statement he said he stood with Lim and was proud “that she was able to stand up for her own measure of value and walk away when she felt she was undervalued.”

Once the news broke, Chu said he spoke with Lim and Warner executives to try to reach parity but by then “a lot of time had passed and I declined the offer.”

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