“If you saw Sex and the City this summer, you were supporting more than the popular HBO franchise about four powerful
New York City women. According to Jan Lisa Huttner, AM’80, the film’s box-office gross—$150 million as of the end of July—affirms that movies marketed primarily to females can succeed, a fact that
Hollywood has been slow to realize. In 2007 only five of the 50 top-grossing films were about or starred women in strong roles…”
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