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‘The Butler’ holds firm at top of US box office

Entertainment Desk |
Update: 2013-08-27 05:01:33
‘The Butler’ holds firm at top of US box office

DHAKA: ‘The Butler’, a star-studded historical drama set in the White House, has topped the North American box office for a second week, taking $17m.

Officially titled Lee Daniel’s ‘The Butler’, because of a legal tussle, it tells the story of a long-serving servant in the home of the president.

Jennifer Aniston’s’ We’re The Millers’ remained second with $13.5, taking its total to $90m, reports the BBC.

‘The World’s End’ from British director Edgar Wright opened in fourth place.

The film, the final in the trilogy from Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, took $8.9m, following an extensive promotional tour from the director and cast.

Its predecessor, Hot Fuzz, took $5.8m when it open in 2007.

BDST: 1445 HRS, AUG 27, 2013

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