Dry those tears! Terrence Howard got really, really emotional while giving presentations about Best Picture nominees Whiplash, The Imitation Game, and Selma at the 87th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 22. Not only did he stop to gather his thoughts several times, but he even knocked into the mic.
The Empire actor, 45, first spoke passionately about J.K. Simmons‘ and Miles Teller’s drama Whiplash. (Simmons won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his work.)
“How far would you go to find the greatness in themselves? Whiplash — this film about a young musician desperately trying to please his ruthless teacher is a thrilling symphony that is both — it’s mind-blowing,” he said, sighing.
Source: US Magazine