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But it’s Octavia Spencer who has nailed down Golden Globe and SAG supporting nominations, five years after winning an Oscar for her turn as a memorably vengeful domestic worker in “The Help.” Spencer quietly shines as the weariest, most subtly resilient member of the trio, Dorothy Vaughan, who used her position as an unofficial supervisor to advance the status of black women in her office.
It’s a role that chimes in with her selfless, team-oriented nature as a performer — and one that resonates all the more potently after a present-day U. election cycle that proved the professional glass ceiling is still very much in place at all levels of power.
t is a long drive from Seattle to Whitefish, Montana. As the snow tires rumbled on the highway beneath us, a neo-Nazi "troll army" was several days into attacking the Jewish people of Whitefish on Spencer's behalf, based on a belief that some Whitefish Jews had recently tried to run Spencer and his mother out of town.
Rise early in the short days of winter, squint through the windshield as the sun crests the ragged Cascade Mountains, check the rearview mirror as the sun sets behind Idaho's arching Bitterroot Range, and still hours to go. Details about what actually happened between the town and the Spencers were in short supply, and, among the neo-Nazi troll brigades, anti-Semitism was in abundance.
LONDON — So interdependent, and yet utterly distinct, are the three principal players in “Hidden Figures” that it wasn’t immediately apparent which, if any, would be singled out by major awards groups for attention.
The problem seemed to radiate outward from one man, Richard Spencer, a white nationalist who has admitted he takes "a sadistic pleasure" in getting under the skin of liberals.
First up, let me just put this out there: I saw “Hidden Figures” on the morning Donald Trump was elected your country’s President. I love my job and I love what I do, especially when I love the material.
But I honestly didn’t know how I was going to do it.
I don’t like to put any face forward that isn’t me.
I thought, how am I going to do this without either getting angry or openly crying every two minutes?
If you are headed into a problem, as I was, there is plenty of time to consider its nature.