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Women and people of color led 2018 movies in record numbers, says new study

''Show them who we are," said the titular superhero in the hit Marvel movie "Black Panther." The same can be said of underrepresented communities in 2018's top films, as new data shows that last year's biggest movies starred more women and people of color than in any other

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