C.RULL despite its low budget, has raised $ 100 million. Emma Stone, Viola Davis and Bryce Dallas Howard are its protagonists. It is an adaptation of the novel best seller written by Kathryn Stockett. The formula seems ctiva. Good feelings, universal and intimate tragedies, and above all a story about the value of friendship and equality.
The novel The Help (the help), written by Kathryn Stockett and published here as maids and ladies, has come to the heart of many readers, with 5 million copies sold worldwide since its release in 2009, and there was only a step from there to its film adaptation. In fact, the film version that premiered this summer in the United States has become one of the great successes surprise of the season. Increasingly on the rise, a young actress Emma Stone one of the protagonists of welcome to Zombieland and nominated for a Golden Globe for rumors and lies-, another actress great, although little known here, 46 years old, as it is Viola Davis and candidate to the Oscar by the doubt-, seconded by more familiar names, case of Bryce Dallas Howard or veteran Sissy Spacek, have been chosen to give the characters devised by Stockett face and body. And have done so with the blessing of the American public that have aupado The Help to success with were 100.8 million from $ 70 million euros collected in little more than 3 weeks and pursuing its excellent commercial career. The past weekend was still number 1 in the box office, when his budget was extremely low, only $ 25 million approximately EUR 17 million-, an almost ridiculous investment for the average for a Hollywood production.
After Chambers, actor, screenwriter and also producer Tate Taylor, faced with this his second feature film. The first, Pretty Ugle People, remains unreleased on our screens. In addition to directing the adaptation, Taylor has been one of the main artificies of the success of The Help, it helped the writer, friend yours from the childhood, find publishing to publish the book when his manuscript had been already rejected by more than 60 publishing agents.