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Movies Starring Women Make More Money At The Box Office, Study Finds

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A new study from a leading talent agency has determined that female-led films perform better at the box office than those starring men, essentially dismantling the myth that female-focused movies are bad for business. Films with female leads like “Moana,” “Trolls,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Wonder Woman,” which became the highest-grossing superhero origin film to date, were all major earners for studios in recent years.

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