It was announced this week that Hunger Games and Twilight would be getting their own theme parks. No, really. Well, sort of. Lionsgate will be opening Lionsgate Movie World in South Korea in 2019, featuring zones dedicated to Lionsgate blockbuster...
Two very different worlds to explore.
The Twilight and The Hunger Games film franchises may have ended years ago but film studio Lionsgate will soon offer fans a new way to relive and adore the films/novels once more with a new theme park. The studio announced today that it will be opening Lionsgate Movie World, a 1.3 million-square-foot theme park in South […]
As movie franchises become more and more important parts of ongoing studio business, those studios also look for additional ways to leverage those franchises outside of the movie theater.
Jennifer Lawrence cut out a very unique niche for herself on Hollywood’s A-list. To her colleagues and peers, she’s a hard-working, polite human being who stays humble and is very good at her job. She never shows up late, never complains and always smiles on set. Chris Pratt said she was one of the greatest actresses […]
Today, in ideas you’d think Westworld—or at least “Itchy And Scratchy Land”—would have taught people to stay well the fuck away from, plans for a theme park with areas modeled after The Hunger Games are currently in the works. Lionsgate...Show More Summary
You could be making your way to Panem sooner than you think. Lionsgate announced on Tuesday the opening of a new 1.3 million square-foot (122,00 sqm) theme park in South Korea. SEE ALSO: Spa-themed amusement park is real and will actually...Show More Summary
We here at The Mary Sue believe that there are quite a few more Young Adult novels that deserve a look from Lionsgate.
On the /Film Daily podcast for August 11, 2017, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson and Brad Oman to discuss the news: a Neuromancer movie, Venom casting, more Hunger Games and Twilight movies, how The Amazing Spider-Man 3 was supposed to end, and more details about Leia and DJ’s roles in Star Wars: the Last Jedi. Show More Summary
I've always thought Jennifer Lawrence (Passengers, The Hunger Games) and Javier Bardem (Skyfall, No Country for Old Men) would make a great couple. Like, they have so much in common, and obviously there'd just be so much charisma there, wow. Show More Summary
Lionsgate may volunteer the Hunger Games and Twilight franchises as tribute to reboot mania. Both franchises wrapped up their stories before cinematic universe fever broke, and Lionsgate is itching to fill the hole — first by exploring...Show More Summary
Karen Gillen talks Nebula's mysterious new BFF in Infinity War. The Gifted recruits another Marvel mutant. There's more rumours about the focus of Sony's first Spidey spinoff, Silver and Black. Plus, new pictures from Inhumans, Seth McFarlane on The Orville's influences, and a new look at Pennywise in It. Spoilers now! More »
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Reboot/remake fever continues to grow over Hollywood like a wistful fungus, with executives everywhere waxing poetic about the chances of rebooting their most beloved (i.e., financially successful) properties. Lionsgate—which currently...Show More Summary
Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltenheimer says there are a lot more Hunger Games and Twilight stories to tell on the big screen.
The Hunger Games and Twilight might find themselves going in front of movie cameras again, as Lionsgate has an interest in getting both franchises back in the game. Read on for the full story.
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Content originally published at iBankCoin.com If it wasn't so funny, it'd be SAD. Had Obama pulled a stunt like this, the people of West Virginia would be toiling around, restlessly, in their bricks of coal. Due to an enormously biased...Show More Summary
"The Last Tycoon" is a new drama series based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's unfinished novel of the same name. Created by "Captain Phillips" and "The Hunger Games" writer... For more, visit our blog !