“Crazy Rich Asians” is a highly-anticipated romantic comedy. Not only is it Hollywood’s first movie in 25 years to have a mostly Asian cast, but it’s also a funny film based on Kevin Kwan’s bestselling novel. To keep up with the flick, however, you might want to study up on all the different characters. It turns out Nick has a very big family, and you’ll probably recognize at least a few of them.

Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) — Meet the leading lady of “Crazy Rich Asians.” Rachel is an economics professor in New York who was born and raised in the U.S. by her mother, a Chinese immigrant. She has never been to Singapore, so this trip with her boyfriend, who has conveniently left out a lot of details about his family, will be her first visit.

Rachel is played by Wu, who has been appearing on screen for over a decade in projects like “One Life to Live,” “Torchwood” and “Eastsiders.” However, she is most recognizable from ABC’s “Fresh Off the Boat,” which is entering its fifth season this fall.

Crazy Rich Asians actors Rachel (Constance Wu) in “Crazy Rich Asians.” Photo: Warner Bros./Sanja Bucko

Nick Young (Henry Golding) — Nick was born in Singapore to one of the richest families in the country. He has been living in New York and working as a professor alongside Rachel while he puts off taking over his family’s company. He hasn’t revealed much about his family to Rachel, who will be shocked to learn that she’s basically marrying Singapore’s Prince Harry. He doesn’t realize how overwhelming his world is and how much Rachel could really use some warning.

Golding is making his big screen debut in “Crazy Rich Asians.”

Eleanor Young (Michelle Yeoh) — Eleanor is Nick’s mother. She didn’t have an easy time marrying into the Young family, but that hasn’t made her be any kinder to Rachel. She only wants the best for her son, who is expected to return to Singapore to run the company.

Yeoh is a legendary actress with an impressive career spanning over 30 years. Her more memorable roles were in “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and the James Bond film “Tomorrow Never Dies.” More recently, she has been in TV shows like “Marco Polo” and “Star Trek: Discovery” as well as last year’s summer blockbuster “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”

Crazy Rich Asians cast Eleanor (Michelle Yeoh) and Nick (Henry Golding) in “Crazy Rich Asians.” Photo: Warner Bros./Sanja Bucko

Peik Lin Goh (Awkwafina) — Rachel has a college roommate who lives in Singapore with her family (her father is played by “Dr. Ken” star Ken Jeong). Peik Lin helps explain to Rachel how the Young family is a massive deal, and she comes in handy when Rachel needs to dress up for events with Nick’s family. Her advice is pretty much everything Nick should’ve warned his girlfriend about.

Awkwafina starred in another big studio movie, “Ocean’s 8,” earlier this summer. She has also appeared in “Dude,” “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” and “Storks.” The rapper launched her career, however, with viral videos on YouTube in 2012.

Crazy Rich Asians cast Peik Lin (Awkwafina) in “Crazy Rich Asians.” Photo: Warner Bros./Sanja Bucko

Astrid Leong (Gemma Chan) — Nick’s cousin is the only member of the family Rachel has met before “Crazy Rich Asians” starts, so she already knows Astrid is pretty much who everyone aspires to be. She’s kind, charming and intelligent. She’s seemingly perfect, but there’s a lot that she’s dealing with behind closed doors at home with her husband Michael Teo (Pierre Png), who wasn’t born into great wealth.

Gemma Chan has starred in the AMC series “Humans” as well as the films “Transformers: The Last Knight” and “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

Crazy Rich Asians Astrid Astrid (Gemma Chan) in “Crazy Rich Asians.” Photo: Warner Bros./Sanja Bucko

Bernard Tai (Jimmy O. Yang) — Bernard is one of Colin’s “friends,” but he’s more of a resident party boy. He plans Colin’s over-the-top bachelor party, and he isn’t afraid to tell Nick that Rachel isn’t part of their world. He is filthy rich, and he thinks his friends should only date people of equal social standing.

Viewers might recognize Yang from “Silicon Valley” or “Patriot’s Day.”

Crazy Rich Asians Bernard Bernard Tai (Jimmy O. Yang) in “Crazy Rich Asians.” Photo: Warner Bros./Sanja Bucko

Oliver T’sien (Nico Santos) — Oliver is the resident fashion queen and self-described “rainbow sheep” of the family. He’s also one of Rachel’s only allies in the fight to be accepted by Nick’s family.

Sitcom fans might remember Santos from “2 Broke Girls” as well as “Superstore.”

Crazy Rich Asians Oliver Oliver (Nico Santos) in “Crazy Rich Asians.” Photo: Warner Bros./Sanja Bucko

Eddie Cheng (Ronny Chieng) — Nick’s cousin Eddie wants perfection, and he has no problem using his wealth to attain it. He is obsessed with his image and what people think of his family.

Chieng is recognizable from “The Daily Show.”

Alistair Cheng (Remy Hii) — Nick’s other cousin also has no problem showing off his great fortune. He is currently producing a movie for his gold-digging girlfriend Kitty Pong (Fiona Xie) to star in.

The Australian actor got his start on the soap opera “Neighbours” before moving onto shows like “Marco Polo” and “Harrow.”

Araminta Lee (Sonoya Mizuno) and Colin Khoo (Chris Pang) — They are friends Nick grew up with, meaning they’re important society people, with model Araminta even being deemed a fashion icon. Their wedding is the event of the year, and they’ve spared no expense on the big day. Nick will be busy helping Colin prepare, so expect Rachel to spend some time with the bridal party.

Like other “Crazy Rich Asians” cast members, Pang has appeared in “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” as well as “Marco Polo.” Mizuno, meanwhile, has worked on hits such as “La La Land,” “Ex Machina” and “Annhilation.”

Crazy Rich Asians wedding Araminta (Sonoya Mizuno) and Colin (Chris Pang) in “Crazy Rich Asians.” Photo: Warner Bros./Sanja Bucko

Amanda Ling (Jing Lusi) — Amanda will bond with Rachel at the bachelorette party, but she might not be the ally that Rachel thinks. She’s one of Nick’s ex-girlfriends.

Lusi has appeared in series like “Stan Lee’s Lucky Man” as well as “Holby City.”

“Crazy Rich Asians” is in theaters now.