Jennifer Lawrence, Gal Gadot attend Hollywood Reporter's annual Women in Entertainment breakfast [Photos]

Here are some photo highlights from the 26th annual Women in Entertainment breakfast celebrating Hollywood Reporter's yearly Power 100 ranking of women in the entertainment business.

FP Staff December 07, 2017 21:25:52 IST
Jennifer Lawrence arrives at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Breakfast at Milk Studios in Los Angeles. AP
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Jennifer Lawrence arrives at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Breakfast at Milk Studios in Los Angeles. AP
Carla Arellano, a college freshman, received a standing ovation and brought a room of Hollywood heavyweights to tears as she accepted a full-ride scholarship from Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot. Twitter/@GadotNetwork
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Carla Arellano, a college freshman, received a standing ovation and brought a room of Hollywood heavyweights to tears as she accepted a full-ride scholarship from Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot. Twitter/@GadotNetwork
Emmy Rossum arrives at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Breakfast, which celebrates the trade publication's yearly Power 100 ranking of women in the entertainment business. AP
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Emmy Rossum arrives at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment Breakfast, which celebrates the trade publication's yearly Power 100 ranking of women in the entertainment business. AP
Bryce Dallas Howard arrives at the Hollywood Reporter's annual Women in Entertainment breakfast. Other A-list guests included Justin Timberlake, Shonda Rhimes and Glenn Close. AP
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Bryce Dallas Howard arrives at the Hollywood Reporter's annual Women in Entertainment breakfast. Other A-list guests included Justin Timberlake, Shonda Rhimes and Glenn Close. AP
Jennifer Lawrence was presented the Sherry Lansing award for her support for Planned Parenthood, her outspokenness on gender pay disparity and her recent $2 million donation to establish a cardiac intensive care unit for children in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. AP
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Jennifer Lawrence was presented the Sherry Lansing award for her support for Planned Parenthood, her outspokenness on gender pay disparity and her recent $2 million donation to establish a cardiac intensive care unit for children in her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. AP