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The Butler (2013)

aka The Butler

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Details: 132 mins · English

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The fact that this is based on a real story, makes it just a little bit better. It's incridible how much happens in just one lifetime. We follow Cecil from boy to old man, from son of a slave to free man visiting Barak Obama, from kid to old man with grandchildren.
It's a great trip down American history - and even though they could have casted actors that looked more like all the presidents (James Marsden as Kennedy.... come on!) it does not move the focus from the fantastic story.

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Cast:

Small Cecil Gaines
Small Gloria Gaines
Small Louis Gains
Small Dwight D. Eisenhower
Small John F. Kennedy
Small Lyndon B. Johnson
Small Richard Nixon
Small Ronald Reagan
No_movie_poster Martin Luther King
Small Carter Wilson
Small James Holloway
No_movie_poster Freddie Fallows
Small Howard
Small Annabeth Westfall
Small Thomas Westfall
Small Hattie Pearl
Small Jacqueline Kennedy
No_movie_poster Helen Holloway
Small Nancy Reagan

Crew:

Small Lee Daniels Director
Small Danny Strong Writer
Small Lee Daniels Production
No_movie_poster Cassian Elwes Production
No_movie_poster Buddy Patrick Production
No_movie_poster Laura Ziskin Production
No_movie_poster Pamela Oas Williams Production
Small Lee Daniels Writer
No_movie_poster Wil Haygood Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Joe Klotz Editing

Plot:

The Butler is an upcoming historical drama film directed by Lee Daniels and featuring an ensemble cast. The film stars Forest Whitaker as Cecil Gaines, an African-American who eyewitnesses notable events of the 20th century during his tenure as a White House butler. The film is based on the real-life account of Eugene Allen, who served as a White House butler during eight American presidencies from 1952 to 1986.


It will be theatrically released by The Weinstein Company on August 16, 2013.