• ‘Crazy Rich Asians' Is No. 1 at Box Office, Proving Power of Diversity

    1 month ago - By NY Times

    With $25 million in weekend ticket sales, “Crazy Rich Asians” gave Hollywood its best-selling comedy since “Girls Trip,” another unusually inclusive film.
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  • 'Crazy Rich Asians' dominates the box office with a $25.2 million weekend take, $34 million 5-day opening

    1 month ago - By Chron

    Warner Bros.
    "Crazy Rich Asians" won the weekend box office with an estimated $25.2 million, and has taken in $34 million since it opened on Wednesday.
    It's the latest movie this year to prove that if Hollywood offers movies with authentically diverse voices, audiences will come.
    For the second-straight weekend, a Warner Bros. movie is atop the domestic box office mountain.
    "Crazy Rich Asians" won the weekend box office with an estimated $25.2 million, and has earned $34 million since it opened on Wednesday.
    The studio can point to two very different titles for its late summer surge.
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  • Couples are more likely to divorce amicably if they're worth $5 million or more, says a divorce attorney

    Couples are more likely to divorce amicably if they're worth $5 million or more, says a divorce attorney

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Rich American couples who have about $5 million are more likely to have an amicable divorce, says one divorce lawyer.
    That's in contrast to upper middle class couples worth between $1 million and $5 million, who tend to fight more under the strain of socioeconomic pressures.
    This insight comes from writer Lauren Vinopal's exploration on Fatherly of why the upper middle class - dubbed "the fighting class" - fights the most about money.
    Couples fighting about money is nothing new. Financial problems are at the root of many divorces... and that may be particularly so if the couple has a net...
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  • Couples are more likely to divorce amicably if they're worth $5 million or more, says a divorce attorney

    Couples are more likely to divorce amicably if they're worth $5 million or more, says a divorce attorney

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Rich American couples who have about $5 million are more likely to have an amicable divorce, says one divorce lawyer.
    That's in contrast to upper middle class couples worth between $1 million and $5 million, who tend to fight more under the strain of socioeconomic pressures.
    This insight comes from writer Lauren Vinopal's exploration on Fatherly of why the upper middle class - dubbed "the fighting class" - fights the most about money.
    Couples fighting about money is nothing new. Financial problems are at the root of many divorces... and that may be particularly so if the couple has a net...
    Read more ...

     

  • 'Crazy Rich Asians' dominates the box office with a $25.2 million weekend take, $34 million 5-day opening

    'Crazy Rich Asians' dominates the box office with a $25.2 million weekend take, $34 million 5-day opening

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    "Crazy Rich Asians" won the weekend box office with an estimated $25.2 million, and has taken in $34 million since it opened on Wednesday.
    It's the latest movie this year to prove that if Hollywood offers movies with authentically diverse voices, audiences will come.
    For the second-straight weekend, a Warner Bros. movie is atop the domestic box office mountain.
    "Crazy Rich Asians" won the weekend box office with an estimated $25.2 million, and has earned $34 million since it opened on Wednesday.
    The studio can point to two very different titles for its late summer surge. This weekend...
    Read more ...

     

  • 'Crazy Rich Asians' dominates the box office with a $25.2 million weekend take, $34 million 5-day opening

    'Crazy Rich Asians' dominates the box office with a $25.2 million weekend take, $34 million 5-day opening

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    "Crazy Rich Asians" won the weekend box office with an estimated $25.2 million, and has taken in $34 million since it opened on Wednesday.
    It's the latest movie this year to prove that if Hollywood offers movies with authentically diverse voices, audiences will come.
    For the second-straight weekend, a Warner Bros. movie is atop the domestic box office mountain.
    "Crazy Rich Asians" won the weekend box office with an estimated $25.2 million, and has earned $34 million since it opened on Wednesday.
    The studio can point to two very different titles for its late summer surge. This weekend...
    Read more ...