‘The Joy Luck Club’ could also be getting a sequel
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Almost 30 years after the groundbreaking Asian American movie “The Joy Luck Club” launched, plans are being made for a brand new film that can meet up with the characters from the unique.
According to Deadline, a sequel is in improvement with Oscar-winning screenwriter Ron Bass and creator Amy Tan that can proceed the story based mostly on her bestselling novel of the identical title.
The 1993 movie starred Rosalind Chao, Lisa Lu, Tamlyn Tomita, and Ming-Na Wen. It advised the multi-generational story of a gaggle of Chinese moms and their Chinese American daughters.
The movie’s success is credited for serving to pave the best way for different Asian and Asian American initiatives, together with Margaret Cho’s 1994 sitcom “All-American Girl” and later, the 2018 movie “Crazy Rich Asians.”
Members of the unique “Joy Luck Club” solid are reportedly in negotiations to return for the sequel, which can concentrate on the moms within the unique now being grandmothers and their daughters being moms.
A director has but to be introduced for the brand new movie.