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Moves Magazine Fall 2019 features their annual Power Women honorees, which celebrates female leaders across a wide array of industries. This year’s honorees come from Delta, Dutchess Tourism, Western Digital, Apple TV+, Discovery, Principal Financial Group, Intel, Pepsi, Mastercard, John Deere, Aflac, U.S. Air Force, Neiman Marcus, Compass Real Estate, Riot Games, New Balance, Prudential, CruiseOne, FedEx, U.S. Humane Society, The Shelter Pet Project, Xerox, Hulu, CelebrityCruises and Verizon. Female cover, actress Helena Bonhom Carter, discusses how she rejects Hollywood’s constant pressure to conform in an eight page spread. While dressed in Marc Jacobs Runway Collection, she talks about her upcoming role in Netflix’s The Crown and also gives her take on Brexit and British politics. Male cover, actor and musician Billy Bob Thornton, examines his various iconic roles throughout his career. He touches on his tough upbringing in Arkansas and his rise to stardom, ending on a note about the upcoming season three of Amazon Prime’s Goliath. Celebrity profiles highlight the work of Wyatt Russell, Ryan Eggold, O-T Fagbenle, Zeeko Zaki, Manuel Garcia Rulfo and James Badge Dale. Features include an excerpt from Carl Zimmer’s She Has Her Mother’s Laugh which explores what humans pass on genetically to their offspring, one woman’s modern analysis of Cinderella, and the Opioid crisis amongst teenagers.

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