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Actresses Who Have Turned Producers to Open Doors to Other Female Filmmakers

Forbes’ 2023 list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women, which was released last week to rank the most successful female entrepreneurs and business leaders, features Golden Globe-winning actress and producer Reese Witherspoon in the 59th position and representing the only one in the entertainment category.  According to Forbes, Witherspoon sold a majority stake in her production company, Hello Sunshine, to a Blackstone-backed media company in August 2021.
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Carrie Coon: ‘Acting is very much rooted in language’

Carrie Coon has been surprising us with her acting chops for a long time – ever since she suddenly appeared in Gone Girl as the sister of Ben Affleck in 2014, and at the same time became a key part of the success of The Leftovers, in which she played a woman who had lost her whole family in a strange global event. She had been preparing for a long time in the theater for that big debut on the screen: she received a nomination for a Tony for her work on Broadway in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? where she also met her husband, Pulitzer Prize winner Tracy Letts.
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Anya Taylor-Joy’s Gambit: “Chess is like having a mini war on a board”

Anya Taylor-Joy plays fiercely independent characters in three movies this year: Emma Woodhouse in Emma directed by Autumn de Wilde from the 1815 novel by Jane Austen, Marie Curie’s daughter Irène in Radioactive by Marjane Satrapi with Rosamund Pike, and Marvel Comics' superhero Magik/Iliana Rasputina in The New Mutants.   She also plays teenage chess prodigy Beth Harmon in the limited series The Queen’s Gambit, created and directed by Golden Globe-nominated screenwriter Scott Frank from the 1983 novel by Walter Tevis.