The Hollywood Reporter sum up this year in entertainment as well. They send women to the front line – on their 100 Most Powerful Women list we can find an actress Tina Fey, singer Katy Perry and mainly women from television industry like Anne Sweeney (#1), who is the Co-Chair of Disney Media Networks and President of Disney-ABC Television Group. But wait a minute, look at 50. place, are there Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Stewart and Meryl Streep? Yes, they are, and they deserve it.
The Hollywood Reporter:The 22-year-old Lawrence — bursting on the scene two years ago with an Oscar nom for tiny indie drama Winter?s Bone — can do more than open a movie or get one greenlighted: She can command an enviable $10 million salary for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which hits theaters in November 2013. In March, the first Hunger Games sealed her fate when it opened to $152.2 million, the fifth-best debut of all time, and ultimately grossed $686.5 million worldwide (she got paid a mere $500,000 for that film). And if her good fortune continues, she could soon end up collecting an Oscar nom for Silver Linings Playbook, a critical darling. (You can read more about Kristen Stewart and Meryl Streep here.)