Let the games begin. Advanced tickets for Lionsgate’s second installment in the mega-grossing “Hunger Games” franchise, “Catching Fire,” went on sale Tuesday — and in less than an hour, since tickets…
Hunger Hits Home
With Lionsgate stock hitting another record high, CEO Jon Feltheimer sounded a bullish outlook for prospects for its "Hunger Games” franchise at the company’s annual shareholders meeting in Toronto…
Rejoice, tributes! With 12 weeks to go before the film's worldwide release, Lionsgate released the first song off the “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” soundtrack — Coldplay's single “Atlas.” The first…
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Wall Street’s love affair with Lionsgate, fueled by strong “Hunger Games” prospects and a brightening TV outlook, has continued with back-to-back record highs. Stock rose 42 cents to $33.70 on Friday…
Just when she thought she was out … The official trailer for the “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” was released at Comic-Con today and, judging by the footage, things aren’t looking so good for…
Wall Street has stayed bullish on Lionsgate as the stock hit another record high in the wake of strong performances by sleeper hits "Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain" and "Now You See Me."
DreamWorks mogul Steven Spielberg wants to work on his own terms, so he's decided to write the checks himself.
Lionsgate stock keeps roaring, setting another all-time high amid bullishness over its young-adult franchises such as "The Hunger Games" and its TV business. The stock jumped 3% on Tuesday, rising…
In a frantic run-up to the annual film market, a cloudburst of English-language movies has swept onto the international stage.
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