If you’re still bitter about the end of YA film franchises like Twilight and The Hunger Games, you could be in luck. Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer revealed to Wall Street this week that the studio might not be done with Katniss and Bella just yet.
All the franchises need to be revived are sign offs from Twilight‘s author Stephenie Meyer and The Hunger Games writer Suzanne Collins.
“There are a lot more stories to be told, and we’re ready to tell them when our creators are ready to tell those stories,” Feltheimer said this week.
There’s no news yet as to whether those stories would be from the minds of Meyer and Collins, or if they would come from Lionsgate.
Feltheimer also expressed that he’d like to make a bargain between studios and theatre owners that would result in films reaching home entertainment platforms earlier than they usually would.
He said: “If it were possible for us all to get in a room together and have exhibitors and studios and digital distributors all get in a room together, I’ve seen enough research to really believe that it’s really something that would be good for everybody.”