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"Movies about the lives of men and women in the history books have long been a staple of storytellers. Sometimes, the names and deeds are the heroes and their names are known to all," said Monae.
"And then there are those films that shine the spotlight on those whose names are known to only a few, but whose stories are deserved to be told," added Spencer.
"We were honored to be in an inspiring film about three such women, Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson and Katherine Johnson, whose brilliance made our nation's achievements in space possible. And now, please welcome a true NASA and American hero, Katherine Johnson," concluded Henson.
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