Proving the power of Oprah Winfrey, "The Butler" topped the box office again this week. And despite all the battle with Warner Bros. over the film's title, director Lee Daniels moved up from more than 350 to 212 in the PowerGrid's director rankings.
Also reaping the benefits of the film, Forest Whitaker, who plays the titular character, moved up in actor rankings, to 282.
"Paranoia," on the other hand, failed to register on the radar with moviegoers -- and its star, Liam Hemsworth, dropped in rankings among actors, from around 850 to 951.
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