The 46-year-old actress took to her Instagram to share a touching note about how she was feeling after hearing the big news. Taraji added, “Thank you to everyone who supported this weekend even during the snow storm (which btw affected some of our biggest demographics). “I have been told my entire career ‘Black women can’t open films domestically or internationally.’ Well anything is possible. Taraji, 45, became pregnant her junior year of college and gave birth in 1994. She brought him, her mother and grandmother to the Emmy's last night.debuted number one at the box office over the weekend! Taraji spoke to Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet about how the “Hidden Figures” story made her feel. It became a passion project for me.” She continued, “Projects like this don't come along often. “What resonated for me about the women, we know about the obstacles that were stacked up against. “When Ted Melfi, our director, sent me the script, I read it and I immediately got upset because I felt a dream had been stolen from me,” she said. So, who's this hunky guy getting a little friendly with one of our favorite stars?
Taraji was joined by her co-stars Terrence Howard, Jussie Smollet, Trai Byers, Serayah, Grace Gealey and Rumer Willis as well as director Lee Daniels.
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Henson looked lovely in blue velvet as she made her way down the Oscars red carpet.
The “Hidden Figures” beauty’s own figure was anything but hidden as she posed for pictures in her floor-length, off-shoulder gown, showing off a toned leg with its high slit and offering eye-catching cleavage. These women changed the course of history because they didn't let these obstacles get in the way and they focused on solutions.” Henson is presenting an award tonight, and “Hidden Figures” is up for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture.