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'The Help' Tops Box Office for Third Week

'The Help' Tops Box Office for Third Week

Emma Stone‘s The Help kept its top spot at the box office for the third week in a row, bringing in an estimated $14.2 million in ticket sales.

Second place went to The Debt, starring Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington, and Jessica Chastain, with an estimated $9.7 million. Variety reports that the film exceeded box office expectations!

Warren Cristie and Lloyd Owen‘s Apollo 18 and Shark Night 3D, starring Sara Paxton and Dustin Milligan, were neck and neck for the third and fourth place spots.

WHAT DID YOU SEE at the movies this weekend?

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  • Ann

    bravo! go emma

  • Garban

    a lot of people didn’t expect this movie…2 perform so well..
    Dell giving free laptops because of a defect on 10,000 computers.. 4 next 24 hours only..shit i got

  • pamela

    luv emma stone :)

  • So&So

    Thanks for including a picture of the cast and not just Emma stills.

  • Tina Temple

    One of the year’s best films, Warrior will be No. 1 next week and there will be Oscars for all involved.
    It’s written in the stars.

  • YAYA

    This film is so good. The cast is amazing! I’m so glad this film is successful. More film like this need to be made.

  • Skys

    Finally an Oscar nomination for best actress for viola davis, this movie is superb.

  • pencil

    @Skys: Exactly, it was more of a movie about Viola Davis. She was superb.

  • lovelydee

    I watched it yesterday, It was a really good movie.
    Amazing cast and great acting. I love Emma and Viola.

  • ClearPerspective

    Agreed! One of the better films out this year!

  • TC

    @ Skys – If she gets nominated, this would be Viola’s second Oscar nomination. Her first was for best supporting actress with Meryl Steep and Philip Seymour Hoffman in Doubt.

  • yep

    love the movie! love emma! however the other cast are just as amazing and their characters made the movie! i don’t want to take away from emma just don’t think the other cast is getting their dues!

  • Maria

    i saw the movie too. it’s a very good film and deserves all the accolades and continuous #1 spot every week.

    FYI: read the book , you’ll find yourself purposely slowing down near the end because you dont want it to finish. that’s how good the book is and why the movie is doing soooo well!

  • Donna

    Bravo to “The Help”!

    However, when did Emma Stone become the “star” of this movie? Emma does a fine job but Viola Davis is getting all the Oscar buzz and Octavia Spencer practically hijacks the entire film.

    And, congrats to “The Debt” ( Adore Helen Mirren)

    @Tina Temple,

    LOL: Give your copy/paste buttons a rest, hon. You’ve posted the exact same message on about 50 blogs now.

    We get that you’re excited about “Warrior” but, I doubt that their PR company is going to cut you any checks.

  • Roberta

    Love Emma! however the other cast are just as amazing and their characters made the movie! I don’t want to take away from Emma just don’t think the other cast is getting their dues!