Tate Taylor's The Help has crossed the $100 million mark in box office grosses in less than three weeks in release in a notable victory for DreamWorks and Participant Media. The Disney-distributed movie hit the milestone Tuesday night, and has now earned $100.9 million domestically.
Based on Kathryn Stockett's novel about Southern white women and their black maids, The Help has stayed at No. 1 the past two weekends; the film opened Aug. 10.
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