Lee Daniels’ drama about the man who served as White House butler to eight presidents, beginning in 1952. At least star Forest Whitaker has had some practice polishing his Oscar.

Distributor: WEINSTEIN CO.
Running Time: 132 mins.
Color: Color
Production: A Laura Ziskin production, in association with Windy Hill pictures, Follow Through Prods., Salamander Pictures and Pam Williams Prods.
Genre: Drama
Film Width: 1.85
Sound: Dolby Digital (AC-3)
Forest Whitaker | Oprah Winfrey | John Cusack | Cuba Gooding | Terrence Howard | James Marsden | Lenny Kravitz | Alan Rickman | Jane Fonda | Vanessa Redgrave | Liev Schrieber | Alex Pettyfer | Liam Neeson | Nicole Kidman | Zac Efron | John Cusack | Robin Williams | Elijah Kelley | Yaya Alafia | Colman Domingo | David Oleyowo Jr. | Minka Kelly | Mariah Carey | Clarence Williams III | Nelsan Ellis | David Banner | Nelsan Ellis | Jesse Williams | Adriane Lenox | David Banner | Aml Ameen


Lee Daniels
Screenplay by 
Danny Strong
Cassian Elwes | Lee Daniels | Pamela Oas Williams | Laura Ziskin | Buddy Patrick
Executive producer(s) 
Michael Finley | Shiela C. Johnson | Brett Johnson | Harvey Weinstein
Photographed by 
Andrew Dunn
Makeup and hair designer(s) 
Debra Denson | Beverly Jo Pryor
Production designer(s) 
Tim Galvin
Edited by 
Joe Klotz
Music by 
Rodrigo Leao
Costume designer(s) 
Ruth Carter