Kevin Costner played as Al Harrison, Space Task Group director
Rhoda Griffis played as White Librarian
Kirsten Dunst played as Vivian Mitchell, the supervisor
Maria Howell played as Ms. Summer
Olek Krupa played as Karl Zielinski, the engineer
Aldis Hodge played as Levi Jackson
Janelle Monáe played as Mary Jackson, the engineer
Paige Nicollette played as Eunice Smith
Jim Parsons played as Paul Stafford, STG head engineer
Kimberly Quinn played as Ruth
Mahershala Ali played as Jim Johnson, the husband of Katherine, a military officer
Donna Biscoe played as Joylette Coleman, the mother of Katherine
Taraji Henson played as Katherine Goble Johnson, the mathematician
Glen Powell played as John Glenn, an astronaut
Octavia Spencer played as Dorothy Vaughan, the supervisor and the mathematician
Saniyya Sidney played as Constance Johnson
Gary Weeks played as Reporter at the Press Conference
In year 1961, Katherine Goble, the mathematician worked in a computer division in the separated West Area Computers in Hampton, Virginia, on Langley Research Center, together with her colleagues, the informal supervisor Dorothy Vaughan and the aiming engineer Mary Jackson.
Going after a victorious satellite launch in Russia; the pressure to transmit astronauts American in the space increases. Mrs. Vivian Mitchell, the White supervisor assigned her to help the Space Task Group of Al Harrison. Katherine became the primary African-American lady in the team and also in their building that has no bathrooms for the colored people. New colleagues of Katherine were primarily demeaning and dismissive, particularly the engineer leader, Paul Stafford. In the meantime, Dorothy's appeal to be formally advance to a supervisor was cast-off by Mrs. Mitchell. Mary recognized a flaw in the try out the space capsule's warmth shields, supporting her to a more aggressive pursue for an engineering degree.
At the barbecue, Katherine encountered Jim Johnson, the National Guard officer and they are fascinated with each other, but she was so upset when he heard skepticism at the ladies mathematical abilities. But, he then made an apology and they get married. Harrison invited his subsidiary to resolve a difficult mathematical equation, and then Katherine walks forward, parting him impressed.
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