Hollywood’s Heroic Household

“It is said, that no one is a hero to their butler. The reason is, that it requires a hero to recognize a hero. The butler, however, will probably know well how to estimate his equals.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Lee Daniels “The Butler” graciously served up inspiration and entertainment this weekend within the Hollywood household while politely coming in ahead of his estimated equals (a.k.a. starry competition), arriving at the #1 spot at the domestic box office with $25 million.
The clan shouting “We’re the Millers” conned their way to the #2 spot with $17.8 million. “Elysium” found a high-class home at #3 with $13.6 million. The crime fighters who came to “Kick- Ass 2” the curb had to settle for the disappointing corner located at #4 with $13.5 million. Kid-friendly “Planes” colorfully flew to the #5 landing with $13.1 million.
Whitaker, Winfrey and the wonders of the motion picture world continued, depicting in Technicolor all the action of a comic book series, the heart of colorful tales, dangers of a segregated society, the hushed whispers at white house meetings and the loud language of the Miller members. Our friendly neighborhood stars had their own stories to tell this weekend. Which leading light spoke the loudest to you?
From seaside days to starry nights, may the week ahead be filled with heroes and wonders contributing to a part of Hollywood’s illustrious history…

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