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The Weinstein Company dominates with 17 nods, thanks to 'Lee Daniels' The Butler', 'Fruitvale Station' and 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom'.
The Lee Daniels-directed drama about a White House butler becomes the first pic of 2013 to secure the throne for three consecutive weeks.
'I thought Forest Whitaker was wonderful. And Oprah, my girl, she can act,' the Commander-in-Chief says in a White House interview.
'The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones', 'The World's End' and 'You're Next' fail to steal the first spot from Lee Daniels' movie in their first run.
Chloe Moretz's 'Kick-Ass 2' and Ashton Kutcher's 'jOBS' get served by Lee Daniels' star-studded movie in the first week.
Co-stars Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, Minka Kelly, Lenny Kravitz and Liev Schreiber also glam up the red carpet event at Ziegfeld Theater.
'The idea that I could play Nancy Reagan was too much to resist,' admits the Leona Lansing of 'The Newsroom' in the video.
Weinstein reveals to 'CBS This Morning' hosts that the Warner execs use 'a bullying tactic' behind 'The Butler' title fight, saying, 'This was the big guy trying to hit the small guy.'
On his letter to Warner's CEO Kevin Tsujihara, Daniels says 'it will most certainly hurt the film' if the Weinstein Co. needs to retitle it.
The Weinsten Co. is required to rename the Lee Daniels-directed movie after losing an arbitration case to Warner Bros.
The 'Touch My Body' singer plays a field slave named Hattie Pearl in Lee Daniels' star-studded film, which also stars Forest Whitaker, John Cusack and Oprah Winfrey.
Whitaker portrays Cecil Gaines, a man who has been a part of America history as a White House butler, in the trailer for the film which also stars Oprah Winfrey.