Hunger Games and Twilight: The franchises you thought were over might be back
Are Bella and Katniss Everdeen heading back to the big screen?
Despite having finished the stories from the books and having completed thier blockbuster franchises, it looks as if, somehow, more Hunger Games and Twilight films could be on the way.
The chief executive of Lionsgate, the studio behind the original Hunger Games and Twilight series, has hinted that he'd love to see more films - but on one condition.
Talking to Wall Street, Jon Feltheimer has hinted that he'd happily call action on more instalments or spin-offs from the series, if the authors of the original books approved.
"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 told Variety
Feltheimer has also re-ignited the ongoing debate about the speed in which movies make their home-entertainment debut.
It's long been a debate among studio heads about how to speed up the process and stop piracy by ensuring everyone has access to movies a lot quicker than the current release climate, as well as catching more parents who are unable to get to the movies because of commitments to the kids. He's optimistic a deal could be struck which could help save Hollywood.
"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," said Feltheimer.