From the town's most ascendant execs and strike breakouts to the Barbie army and the stars who just had banner years (Beyonce, Jenna Ortega, Natasha Lyonne), these are the women who over-delivered in 2023 — setting box office records, filling arenas and putting Hollywood back to work.
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Chloe Domont, Andrew Haigh, Cord Jefferson, Tony McNamara, Eric Roth and Celine Song At The THR Writer Roundtable
Chloe Domont (Fair?Play), Andrew Haigh (All of Us Strangers), Cord Jefferson (American Fiction), Tony McNamara (Poor Things), Eric Roth (Killers of the Flower Moon) and Celine Song (Past Lives) join The Hollywood Reporter for our Writer Roundtable.