Lee Daniels' The Butler continues to hold strong at the box office.
In its forth week in theaters, the movie not only remains within the top 5, coming in at no.2 in North America, but grossed another $8 million plus over the weekend.
According to THR, The Butler grossed an estimated total of $8.9 million within the last week, bringing its earnings in North America to a stellar total of around $91.9 million.
As previously reported, the film features Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, Mariah Carey, Lenny Kravitz and more and is loosely based on the life of a butler who served in the White House through several presidencies and historical eras.
In related news, "Winnie," the film featuring Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard, as Winnie and Nelson Mandela, is open in theaters.