Golding sported a Ralph Lauren Purple Label tuxedo and white waistcoat with slicked-back hair, and teased the highly anticipated Crazy Rich Asians sequels.
“You know, it’s wonderful to be able to stand next to everybody. Having a film like Crazy Rich Asians come out, making such a big impact, it just goes to show that we’re worthy of the pantheon that is theater and cinema, so more to come, I hope,” Golding told E! News.
* Cue high-pitched squeal *
That hair, the tux... Now all he needs is a top hat (and maybe a cane?) and he’s there.
Hollywood, we’re begging for a Funny Face remake starring the A Simple Favor actor, pretty please.