Lee Daniels' "The Butler" Wins at the Box Office


Director Lee Daniels' "The Butler" takes its second win in a row as the number one U.S. and Canadian box office title. The story of an African American White House butler who served for eight U.S. presidents earned $17 million in ticket sales. Forest Whitaker stars as the lead roll and Oprah Winfrey acts as his hard drinking wife. For the third weekend in a row, "We're the Millers" is a box office favorite in second place - with $13.5 million in sales, according to studio estimates.