Hidden Figures continues to dominate at the Screen Actors Guild Awards


“Hidden Figures” was the unexpected winner of best-ensemble on Sunday night at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium. The inspiring dramatization is about African-American mathematicians who supported NASA’s 1960s space race. With the Oscar leader “La La Land” not designated in the class, most expected a challenge amongst “Moonlight” and “Manchester by the Sea.”

Starring beside Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae in “Hidden Figures”, Taraji P. Henson said, “This story is about solidarity. This story is about what happens when we set our disparities aside and we meet up as a human race. We win. Cherish wins. Inevitably.”

From the principal comments by moderator Ashton Kutcher, the function was peppered with discourses that contended enthusiastically for incorporation. In an extremely sharp looking adaptation of the exhibits started across the nation throughout the end of the week, most honor champs talked somehow, either through individual tale or an invitation to battle, against Trump’s stopping of workers from seven prevalently Muslim countries.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who included another respect for her execution on the political parody “Veep,” said she was the little girl of a foreigner who fled religious abuse in Nazi-involved France. Maybe the most moving discourse originated from Mahershala Ali, who won best supporting on-screen character for his acclaimed execution in Barry Jenkins’ transitioning representation, “Moonlight.” Ali said he saw lessons for now in “Moonlight”. “We see what happens when you persecute people. The fold into themselves”, said Ali.

Ali said his association with his mom exemplified resilience. The child of an appointed priest, Ali changed over to Islam 17 years back. Ali was among the few Oscar top picks who established their leader status, including best-performer victor Emma Stone for “La La Land” and best-supporting on-screen character champ Viola Davis for “Wall.” But best on-screen character went to Davis’ co-star Denzel Washington for his execution in the August Wilson adjustment. Most anticipated that the honor would go to Casey Affleck, obviously including Washington, himself.