‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ Takes Box Office; ‘Jobs’ Flops

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‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ Takes Box Office; ‘Jobs’ Flops

Lee Daniels’ The Butler, a drama that follows the life of a black White House butler who served eight presidents, took in $25 million in its opening weekend, beating out the Steve Jobs biopic Jobs, which earned a disappointing $6.7 million. What do you think?

  • “People will see anything with ‘Lee Daniels’ in the title.”

    Holly Thigpen
    Rhinestone Setter
  • “Well, obviously. Any movie that can tap into our nation’s thriving underground butler culture is sure to be a hit.”

    Ezra Switkes
    Bottling Line Attendant
  • “The Lee Daniels’ The Butler app will never get approved now.”

    Justin Camillucci
    Systems Analyst