This week the trailer for Crazy Rich Asians dropped and we haven’t been the same. Why? Two words: Henry. Golding.
If we woke up next to him each morning, we wouldn’t leave home. Ever.
It’s the first feature role for this 31-year-old British–Malaysian: He plays “comfortable” Singaporean bachelor Nick Young, who falls for Chinese-American professor Rachel Chu (Fresh Off The Boat’s Constance Wu). The pair travel to Nick’s homeland, where Rachel discovers her fiancé’s family is actually insanely wealthy. Learning to navigate Nick’s lavish world, Rachel finds herself facing the disapproval of her future mother-in-law, Eleanor (Star Trek: Discovery’s Michelle Yeoh).
Directed by Jon M. Chu (Now You See Me 2) and based on Kevin Kwan’s worldwide bestseller, Crazy Rich Asians is already getting tons of positive buzz for its talented international cast. But we can’t take our eyes off Golding’s body… of work.
And we’re not alone.
— Calvin (@calvinstowell) April 24, 2018
Good morning to everyone but especially Crazy Rich Asian's Henry Golding, certified snaque pic.twitter.com/4Zy0Kayj8Y
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) April 23, 2018
Can we talk how there's not 1 but 3 gratuitous shots of Henry Golding shirtless in the #CrazyRichAsiansMovie trailer? It's like a chiseled, well-sculpted to all the people who thought Asian men aren't sexy
— Diep Tran ♀️ (@diepthought) April 24, 2018
Just look at him being all cute and altruistic.
He cleans up well.
What’s better than one Henry Golding? Three!
Here he is being attentive as we tell him about our day.
Marry us already!
And, finally, here’s Henry in a pair of tighty whities.
Crazy Rich Asians hits theaters August 17.