Nicole Holofcener and Jeff Whitty’s “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” has been named the best adapted screenplay of 2018 by the Writers Guild of America, while Bo Burnham’s “Eighth Grade” was named the year’s best original screenplay in a surprising upset over Oscar Best Picture and screenplay nominees “Green Book,” “Roma” and “Vice.”“Eighth Grade” is not even nominated for the original-screenplay Oscar, making it the first WGA screenplay winner not to be nominated for the Oscar since Michael Moore’s “Bowling for Columbine” in 2003.While “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” is an Oscar screenplay nominee, it was not nominated for Best Picture and was competing against three films that had been nominated in that category — “Black Panther,” “BlacKkKlansman” and “A Star Is Born” — plus “If Beale Street Could Talk.”Also Read: 11 Best Movies of 2018, From 'Paddington 2' to 'Eighth Grade' (Photos)The results showed just how uncertain this year’s Oscars may well be, with all the prime contenders losing to smaller films in the last of the major guild awards.It also means that for the first time ever, the Writers Guild, Producers Guild, Directors Guild and Screen Actors Guild Awards produced five different winners, with no film winning more than one of those awards.(In 2013, a Producers Guild tie between “12 Years a Slave” and “Gravity” led to five different winners, but “Gravity” also won a second award, the DGA.)In the television categories, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” continued its awards-show dominance by winning the WGA prize for best comedy series. “The Americans” won for drama series. In awards for individual episodes, “Homeland” won for drama and “Barry” for comedy. “Barry” also won the award as the best new television series of the year.The long-form television awards went to “Castle Rock” and “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.”“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” won the award for comedy/variety talk series, while “The Fake News with Ted Nelms” won the award for comedy/variety special. “Nathan for You” won the sketch series award in an upset over the favored “Saturday Night Live.”“Bathtubs Over Broadway” won for documentary screenplay, while TV documentary awards went to the “Trump’s Takeover” episode of “Frontline” and “The Eugenics Crusade” episode of “American Experience.”Also Read: How the Oscars Bungled This Year's Show So Badly, and Where the Academy Goes From HereSince the WGA adapted categories that match the Oscar writing categories in 1985, about two-thirds of Writers Guild winners have gone on to win the Oscar. While “Eighth Grade” cannot do that this year, “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” can.About half the time, one of the Writers Guild winners has also taken the Academy’s Best Picture prize, something that will be impossible at next Sunday’s Oscars.Honorary awards went to Jenji Kohan (the Paddy Chayevsky Laurel Award for Television Writing Achievement), Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel (Laurel Award for Screenwriting Achievement), Agnes Varda (Jean Renoir Award for International Screenwriting Achievement), Adam McKay (Paul Selvin Award), Joan Meyerson (Morgan Cox Award), Nicole Dubuc (AWC Animation Writing Award), Tom Fontana (Ian McLellan Hunter Award for Career Achievement) and Franklin Leonard (Evelyn F. Burkey Award).Here is the complete list of WGA nominees and winners. Winners are indicated with *WINNER.ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY “Eighth Grade,” Written by Bo Burnham; A24 *WINNER “Green Book,” Written by Nick Vallelonga & Brian Currie & Peter Farrelly; Universal Pictures “A Quiet Place,” Screenplay by Bryan Woods & Scott Beck and John Krasinski, Story by Bryan Woods & Scott Beck; Paramount Pictures “Roma,” Written by Alfonso Cuarón; Netflix “Vice,” Written by Adam McKay; Annapurna PicturesADAPTED SCREENPLAY “Blackkklansman,” Written by Charlie Wachtel & David Rabinowitz and Kevin Willmott & Spike Lee, Based on the book by Ron Stallworth; Focus Features “Black Panther,” Written by Ryan Coogler & Joe Robert Cole, Based on the Marvel Comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby; Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” Screenplay by Nicole Holofcener and Jeff Whitty, Based on the book by Lee Israel; Fox Searchlight *WINNER “If Beale Street Could Talk,” Screenplay by Barry Jenkins, Based on the novel by James Baldwin; Annapurna Pictures “A Star Is Born,” Screenplay by Eric Roth and Bradley Cooper & Will Fetters, Based on the 1954 screenplay by Moss Hart and the 1976 screenplay by John Gregory Dunne & Joan Didion and Frank Pierson, Based on a story by William Wellman and Robert Carson; Warner Bros.DOCUMENTARY SCREENPLAY “Bathtubs Over Broadway,” Written by Ozzy Inguanzo & Dava Whisenant; Focus Features *WINNER “Fahrenheit 11/9,” Written by Michael Moore; Briarcliff Entertainment “Generation Wealth,” Written by Lauren Greenfield; Amazon Studios “In Search of Greatness,” Written by Gabe Polsky; Art of SportAlso Read: Oscars Will Air All Award Categories Live on TV, Reversing CourseDRAMA SERIES “The Americans,” Written by Peter Ackerman, Hilary Bettis, Joshua Brand, Joel Fields, Sarah Nolen, Stephen Schiff, Justin Weinberger, Joe Weisberg, Tracey Scott Wilson; FX Networks *WINNER “Better Call Saul,” Written by Ann Cherkis, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Gennifer Hutchison, Heather Marion, Bob Odenkirk, Thomas Schnauz, Gordon Smith, Alison Tatlock; AMC “The Crown,” Written by Tom Edge, Amy Jenkins, Peter Morgan; Netflix “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Written by Yahlin Chang, Nina Fiore, Dorothy Fortenberry, John Herrera, Lynn Renee Maxcy, Bruce Miller, Kira Snyder, Eric Tuchman; Hulu “Succession,” Written by Jesse Armstrong, Simon Blackwell, Jon Brown, Jonathan Glatzer, Anna Jordan, Lucy Prebble, Georgia Pritchett, Tony Roche, Susan Soon He Stanton, Daniel Zelman; HBOCOMEDY SERIES “Atlanta,” Written by Ibra Ake, Donald Glover, Stephen Glover, Taofik Kolade, Jamal Olori, Stefani Robinson, Paul Simms; FX Networks “Barry,” Written by Alec Berg, Duffy Boudreau, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Liz Sarnoff, Ben Smith, Sarah Solemani; HBO “GLOW,” Written by Liz Flahive, Tara Herrmann, Nick Jones, Jenji Kohan, Carly Mensch, Marquita Robinson, Kim Rosenstock, Sascha Rothchild, Rachel Shukert; Netflix “The Good Place,” Written by Megan Amram, Christopher Encell, Kate Gersten, Cord Jefferson, Andrew Law, Joe Mande, Kassia Miller, Dylan Morgan, Matt Murray, Rae Sanni, Daniel Schofield, Michael Schur, Josh Siegal, Jen Statsky, Tyler Staessle; NBC “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Written by Kate Fodor, Noah Gardenswartz, Jen Kirkman, Sheila Lawrence, Daniel Palladino, Amy Sherman Palladino; Prime Video *WINNERNEW SERIES “Barry,” Written by Alec Berg, Duffy Boudreau, Bill Hader, Emily Heller, Liz Sarnoff, Ben Smith, Sarah Solemani; HBO *WINNER “The Haunting of Hill House,” Written by Meredith Averill, Charise Castro Smith, Mike Flanagan, Jeff Howard, Rebecca Leigh Klingel, Scott Kosar, Liz Phang; Netflix “Homecoming,” Written by Micah Bloomberg, Cami Delavigne, Eli Horowitz, Shannon Houston, Eric Simonson, David Wiener; Prime Video “Pose,” Written by Steven Canals, Brad Falchuk, Todd Kubrak, Janet Mock, Ryan Murphy, Our Lady J; FX Networks “Succession,” Written by Jesse Armstrong, Simon Blackwell, Jon Brown, Jonathan Glatzer, Anna Jordan, Lucy Prebble, Georgia Pritchett, Tony Roche, Susan Soon He Stanton, Daniel Zelman; HBOLONG FORM ORIGINAL “Castle Rock,” Writers: Marc Bernardin, Scott Brown, Lila Byock, Mark Lafferty, Sam Shaw, Dustin Thomason, Gina Welch, Vinnie Wilhelm; Hulu *WINNER “My Dinner with Hervé,” Teleplay by Sacha Gervasi, Story by Sacha Gervasi & Sean Macaulay; HBO “Paterno,” Written by Debora Cahn and John C. Richards; HBOLONG FORM ADAPTED “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story,” Writers: Maggie Cohn, Tom Rob Smith, Based on the book “Vulgar Favors” by Maureen Orth; FX Networks *WINNER “The Looming Tower,” Writers: Bash Doran, Dan Futterman, Alex Gibney, Shannon Houston, Adam Rapp, Ali Selim, Lawrence Wright, Based on the book “The Looming Tower” by Lawrence Wright; Hulu “Maniac,” Writers: Nick Cuse, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Amelia Gray, Danielle Henderson, Mauricio Katz, Patrick Somerville, Caroline Williams, Based on the Norwegian television series “Maniac” by Espen PA Lervaag, Håakon Bast Mossige, Kjetil Indregard and Ole Marius Araldsen; Netflix “Sharp Objects,” Writers: Ariella Blejer, Scott Brown, Vince Calandra, Gillian Flynn, Dawn Kamoche, Alex Metcalf, Marti Noxon, Based upon the book written by Gillian Flynn; HBOSHORT FORM NEW MEDIA ORIGINAL “After Forever,” Written by Michael Slade & Kevin Spirtas; Vimeo.com “Class of Lies,” Written by Tessa Leigh Williams; Snapchat *WINNER “Love Daily,” Written by: Lauren Ciaravalli, Andrew Eisen, Aaron Eisenberg, Will Eisenberg, Alexis Jacknow, Nathaniel Katzman, Yulin Kuang, Nathan Larkin-Connolly, Alexis Roblan, Bennet D. Silverman, Ryan Wood; Go90.com “West 40s,” Written by Mark Sam Rosenthal & Brian Sloan; West40s.comSHORT FORM NEW MEDIA ADAPTED “The Walking Dead: Red Machete,” Written by Nick Bernardone; AMC.com *WINNERANIMATION “Bart’s Not Dead” (“The Simpsons”), Written by Stephanie Gillis; Fox *WINNER “Boywatch” (“Bob’s Burgers”), Written by Rich Rinaldi; Fox “Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now” (“Bob’s Burgers”), Written by Lizzie Molyneux & Wendy Molyneux; Fox “Krusty the Clown” (“The Simpsons”), Written by Ryan Koh; Fox “Mo Mommy Mo Problems” (“Bob’s Burgers”), Written by Steven Davis; Fox “Send in Stewie, Please” (“Family Guy”), Written by Gary Janetti; FoxEPISODIC DRAMA “Camelot” (“Narcos: Mexico”), Written by Eric Newman & Clayton Trussell; Netflix “The Car” (“This Is Us”), Written by Isaac Aptaker & Elizabeth Berger; NBC “Episode 407” (“The Affair”), Teleplay by Lydia Diamond and Sarah Sutherland, Story by Jaquen Tee Castellanos and Sarah Sutherland; Showtime “First Blood” (“The Handmaid’s Tale”), Written by Eric Tuchman; Hulu “Paean To The People” (“Homeland”), Written by Alex Gansa; Showtime *WINNER “The Precious Blood of Jesus” (“Ozark”), Written by David Manson; NetflixEPISODIC COMEDY “Another Place” (“Forever”), Teleplay by Alan Yang and Matt Hubbard, Story by Aniz Adam Ansari; Prime Video “Chapter One: Make Your Mark” (“Barry”), Written by Alec Berg & Bill Hader; HBO *WINNER “Halibut!” (“Santa Clarita Diet”), Written by Victor Fresco; Netflix “Kimmy and the Beest!” (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”), Written by Robert Carlock; Netflix “Pilot” (“The Kids Are Alright”), Written by Tim Doyle; ABC “Who Knows Better Than I” (“Orange Is the New Black”), Written by Jenji Kohan; NetflixCOMEDY/VARIETY TALK SERIES “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee,” Writers: Kristen Bartlett, Samantha Bee, Ashley Nicole Black, Pat Cassels, Mike Drucker, Eric Drysdale, Mathan Erhardt, Joe Grossman, Miles Kahn, Nicole Silverberg, Melinda Taub; TBS “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”; Writers: Tim Carvell, Raquel D’Apice, Josh Gondelman, Dan Gurewitch, Jeff Maurer, Daniel O’Brien, John Oliver, Brian Parise, Owen Parsons, Ben Silva, Will Tracy, Jill Twiss, Seena Vali, Juli Weiner; HBO *WINNER “Late Night with Seth Meyers”; Supervising Writers: Sal Gentile, Seth Reiss; Writers: Jermaine Affonso, Alex Baze, Bryan Donaldson, Matt Goldich, Dina Gusovsky, Jenny Hagel, Allison Hord, Mike Karnell, John Lutz, Seth Meyers, Ian Morgan, Amber Ruffin, Mike Shoemaker; NBC Universal “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Head Writers: Jay Katsir, Opus Moreschi; Writers: Emmy Blotnick, Michael Brumm, Aaron Cohen, Stephen T. Colbert, Cullen Crawford, Paul Dinello, Ariel Dumas, Glenn Eichler, Django Gold, Gabe Gronli, Greg Iwinski, Barry Julien, Daniel Kibblesmith, Matt Lappin, Michael Pielocik, Kate Sidley, Jen Spyra, Brian Stack, John Thibodeaux; CBSCOMEDY/VARIETY SKETCH SERIES “At Home with Amy Sedaris,” Writers: Cindy Caponera, Paul Dinello, Jodi Lennon, Meredith Scardino, Amy Sedaris; truTV “I Love You, America,” Head Writer: Dave Ferguson; Writers: Glenn Boozan, Leann Bowen, Raj Desai, Kyle Dunnigan, John Haskell, Tim Kalpakis, Opeyemi Olagbaju, Gavin Purcell, Diona Reasonover, Jocelyn Richard, Christopher J. Romano, Sarah Silverman, Beth Stelling, Dan Sterling, Nick Wiger; Hulu “Nathan For You,” Writers: Leo Allen, Nathan Fielder, Carrie Kemper, Michael Koman, Adam Locke-Norton, Eric Notarnicola; Comedy Central *WINNER “Portlandia,” Writers: Fred Armisen, Carrie Brownstein, Jonathan Krisel, Karey Dornetto, Megan Neuringer, Phoebe Robinson, Graham Wagner; IFC “Saturday Night Live,” Head Writers: Michael Che, Colin Jost, Kent Sublette, Bryan Tucker; Supervising Writers: Fran Gillespie, Sudi Green, Streeter Seidell;Writers: James Anderson, Kristen Bartlett, Megan Callahan, Steven Castillo, Andrew Dismukes, Anna Drezen, Claire Friedman, Alison Gates, Steve Higgins, Sam Jay, Erik Kenward, Rob Klein, Nick Kocher, Michael Koman, Alan Linic, Eli Coyote Mandel, Erik Marino, Dave McCary, Brian McElhaney, Dennis McNicholas, Lorne Michaels, Nimesh Patel, Josh Patten, Katie Rich, Simon Rich, Gary Richardson, Marika Sawyer, Pete Schultz, Mitch Silpa, Will Stephen, Julio Torres, Bowen Yang; NBC UniversalCOMEDY/VARIETY SPECIALS “2018 Rose Parade” Hosted by Cord & Tish, Written by Will Ferrell, Jake Fogelnest, Andrew Steele; Prime Video “Drew Michael Stand-Up Special,” Written by Drew Michael; HBO “The Fake News with Ted Nelms,” Written by John Aboud, Andrew Blitz, Michael Colton, Ed Helms, Elliott Kalan, Joseph Randazzo, Sara Schaefer; Comedy Central *WINNER “The Oscars 2018,” Written by Dave Boone, Carol Leifer, Jon Macks; Special Material Written by Megan Amram, Tony Barbieri, Jonathan Bines, Joelle Boucai, Gonzalo Cordova, Adam Carolla, Devin Field, Gary Greenberg, Josh Halloway, Sal Iacono, Eric Immerman, Jesse Joyce, Bess Kalb, Jimmy Kimmel, Molly McNearney, Danny Ricker, Joe Strazzullo; ABCQUIZ AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION “Hollywood Game Night,” Head Writers: Ann Slichter, Grant Taylor; Writers: Michael Agbabian, Alexandra Kokesh, Dwight D. Smith; NBC “Jeopardy!,” Written by Matthew Caruso, John Duarte, Harry Friedman, Mark Gaberman, Deborah Griffin, Michele Loud, Robert McClenaghan, Jim Rhine, Steve D. Tamerius, Billy Wisse; ABC “Paid Off with Michael Torpey,” Head Writer: Ethan Berlin; Writers: John Chaneski, Rosemarie DiSalvo, Leigh Hampton, Katie Hartman, Amanda Melson, Larry Owens, Jennie Sutton, Michael Torpey, Jeremy Weiner; truTV “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” Head Writer: Stephen A. Melcher, Jr.; Writers: Kyle Beakley, Tom Cohen, Patricia A. Cotter, Ryan Hopak, Gary Lucy, James Rowley, Ann Slichter, Dylan Snowden; Disney/ABC Syndication *WINNERDAYTIME DRAMA “Days of Our Lives,” Head Writer: Ron Carlivati; Writers: Sheri Anderson, Lorraine Broderick, David Cherrill, Joanna Cohen, Lisa Connor, Carolyn Culliton, Richard Culliton, Rick Draughon, Cydney Kelley, David Kreizman, David A. Levinson, Rebecca McCarty, Ryan Quan, Dave Ryan, Katherine Schock, Elizabeth Snyder, Tyler Topits; NBC “General Hospital,” Head Writers: Shelly Altman, Christopher Van Etten; Writers: Barbara Bloom, Anna Theresa Cascio, Suzanne Flynn, Charlotte Gibson, Lucky Gold, Kate Hall, Elizabeth Korte, Daniel James O’Connor, Donny Sheldon, Scott Sickles; ABC *WINNERCHILDREN’S EPISODIC AND SPECIALS “Carnivorous Carnival: Part One” (“A Series of Unfortunate Events”), Teleplay by Joe Tracz; Netflix “The Ersatz Elevator: Part One” (“A Series of Unfortunate Events”), Teleplay by Daniel Handler; Netflix *WINNER “For The Last Time” (“Andi Mack)”, Written by Jonathan S. Hurwitz; Disney Channel “Picture Day” (“Alexa & Katie”), Written by Ray Lancon; Netflix “Warehouse Towel Fight” fka “Emil Strikes Back” (“Prince of Peoria”), Written by Marty Donovan; NetflixCHILDREN’S LONG FORM No nominees.DOCUMENTARY SCRIPT – CURRENT EVENTS “Black Hole Apocalypse” (“Nova”), Written by Rushmore DeNooyer; PBS “Blackout in Puerto Rico” (“Frontline”), Written by Rick Young; PBS “The Gang Crackdown” (“Frontline”), Written by Marcela Gaviria; PBS “Trump’s Takeover” (“Frontline”), Written by Michael Kirk & Mike Wiser; PBS *WINNERDOCUMENTARY SCRIPT – OTHER THAN CURRENT EVENTS “Bitter Rivals – Iran and Saudi Arabia – Part 1,” (“Frontline”) Written by David Fanning & Linda Hirsch & Martin Smith; PBS “The Circus, Part One” (“American Experience”) Written by Sharon Grimberg; PBS “The Eugenics Crusade” (“American Experience”) Written by Michelle Ferrari; PBS *WINNER “Into the Amazon” (“American Experience”) Written by John Maggio; PBSNEWS SCRIPT – REGULARLY SCHEDULED, BULLETIN, OR BREAKING REPORT “Catastrophe” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley, Katie Kerbstat, Nicole Young; CBS News *WINNER “Las Vegas Massacre” (CBS Evening News with Anthony Mason), Written by Jerry Cipriano and Joe Clines; CBS News “The Spotted Pig” (60 Minutes), Written by Anderson Cooper and Oriana Zill de Granados; CBS NewsNEWS SCRIPT – ANALYSIS, FEATURE, OR COMMENTARY “100,000 Women” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley and Oriana Zill de Granados; CBS News “On Broadway: Rodgers and Hammerstein” (CBS Sunday Morning), Written by Mo Rocca and Kay M. Lim; CBS News “War Crime” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley, Katie Kerbstat, Nicole Young; CBS News “Wounds of War” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley, Katie Kerbstat, Nicole Young; CBS News *WINNERDIGITAL NEWS “D.C.’s Biggest Homeless Shelter Is About to Close. Will Amazon Take Its Place?,” Written by Emma Roller; Splinter “How To Not Die In America,” Written by Molly Osberg; Splinter “Inside The Culture Of Sexism At Riot Games,” Written by Cecilia D’Anastasio; Kotaku.com *WINNERRADIO/AUDIO DOCUMENTARY “2017 Year in Review,” Written by Gail Lee; CBS News Radio “RFK: 50 Years After Shots Rang Out at The Ambassador Hotel,” Written by Andrew Evans; ABC News Radio *WINNERRADIO/AUDIO NEWS SCRIPT-REGULARLY SCHEDULED, BULLETIN, OR BREAKING REPORT “5pm CBS News Radio Glor Newscast,” Written by James Hutton; CBS News Radio “ABC News 6p Hourly 9-27-2018,” Written by Stephanie Pawlowski; ABC News Radio “Remembering The Good, The Bad and the Brilliant,” Written by Gail Lee; CBS News Radio *WINNER “World News This Week 9-21-2018,” Written by Joan B. Harris; ABC News RadioRADIO/AUDIO NEWS SCRIPT – ANALYSIS, FEATURE, OR COMMENTARY “John McCain: A Life of Service,” Written by Gail Lee; CBS News Radio *WINNER “A Tribute to Le Grand Orange,” Written by Thomas A. Sabella; CBS Radio NewsON-AIR PROMOTION (RADIO OR TELEVISION) “FBI 2018 Promo Reel,” Written by Ralph Buado; CBS “Tribute to Star Trek for the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys,” Written by Sean Brogan; CBS *WINNER “Westworld: Season 2 Promo (Super Bowl spot),” Written by Jonathan Nolan; HBOVIDEOGAME WRITING “Assassin’s Creed Odyssey,” Associate Narrative Directors Matthew Zagurak, Joel Janisse, James Richard Mittag; Narrative Director Melissa MacCoubrey; Story by Jonathan Dumont, Melissa MacCoubrey, Hugo Giard; Scriptwriters Madeleine Hart, Betty Robertson, Jesse Scoble, Diana Sherman, Kelly Bender, Jojo Chia, Ian Fun, Zachary M. Parris, Ken Williamson, Daniel Bingham, Jordan Lemos, Simon Mackenzie, Katelyn MacMullin, Susan Patrick, Alissa Ralph, Stephen Rhodes; Team Lead Writer Sam Gill; AI Writers Jonathan Flieger, Kimberly Ann Sparks; Ubisoft Quebec “Batman: The Enemy Within,” Episode 5-“Same Stitch,” Lead Writer James Windeler; Written by Meghan Thornton, Ross Beeley, Lauren Mee; Story by Meghan Thornton, Michael Kirkbride; Telltale Games “God of War,” Written by Matt Sophos, Richard Zangrande Gaubert, Cory Barlog; Story and Narrative Design Lead Matt Sophos; Story and Narrative Design Richard Zangrande Gaubert; Narrative Design Orion Walker, Adam Dolin; Sony Interactive Entertainment *WINNER “Marvel’s Spider-Man,” Story Lead Jon Paquette; Writers Benjamin Arfmann, Kelsey Beachum; Co-Written by Christos Gage; Additional Story Contributions by Dan Slott; Insomniac Games & Sony Interactive Entertainment “Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire,” Narrative Designers Alex Scokel, Eric Fenstermaker, Kate Dollarhyde, Megan Starks, Olivia Veras, Paul Kirsch; Additional Writing Tony Evans, John Schmautz, Casey Hollingshead, Nitai Poddar; Narrative Design Leads Carrie Patel, Josh Sawyer; Obsidian EntertainmentThom Geier contributed to this report.Read original story ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ and ‘Eighth Grade’ Win Writers Guild Awards for Film At TheWrap
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