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The Writers Guild celebrates The Handmaid's Tale and Get Out

We’ve already heard which 2017 movies had the best producing, directing, and acting (at least according to the producers, directors, and actors), which only leaves the most important group in all of content creation: the writers. Without those wizards of the written word, all movies and TV shows would simply be… Read more...
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