The all-Asian cast film is project to earn $24 million over the holiday

Crazy Rich Asians is expected to dominate the Labor Day holiday at the Box Office.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Labor Day holiday will be dominated by Crazy Rich Asians.

The Jon M Chu film already topped the US box office during its opening weekend earning $34 million. Originally estimated to earn $20 million in its weekend debut, the film had already made $5 million just on opening day.

Now, Crazy Rich Asians is expected to earn another $24 million over the four-day holiday. If the Asian comedy hits this target, it will be the third highest grossing film during Labor Day.

Halloween grossed $30.6 million in 2007 and The Six Sense brought in $29.3 million in 1999.

Additionally, Cray Rich Asians could surpass Girls Trip, which earned $115 million, to become the most successful live action comedy in two years.

In related news, Crazy Rich Asians star Michelle Yeoh recently discussed her character in the film, emphasising the importance of family in Asian culture.

Crazy Rich Asian is now in theatresClick here to read Resonate writer Joie Ha’s review of the film.