The Hunger Games Breaks Box Office Records – Sets Huge Debut

$155 million.

That’s how much The Hunger Games has grossed in its opening weekend, enough to place it third on the best opening weekends list of all time, behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 and The Dark Knight. The Hunger Games has, therefore, grossed more on its opening weekend than any other non-sequel movie ever made.

That’s even more than the $142 million Twilight: New Moon made on its opening weekend. Here you go, yet another reason as to why The Hunger Games is not Twilight.

The appeal for the movie has been attributed to an array of factors ranging from the critical acclaim the movie has amassed, the high interest fueled by an engaging marketing campaign, the fandom of the books, to the wide range of audience that have seen it: interest was high among both female and male viewers.

The Hunger Games has also become its studio’s biggest hit ever in just three days. The previous best for Lionsgate was $116 million for Fahrenheit 9/11.

The next installment in the books Catching Fire is slated for a November 2013 release. With the reception this one has gotten, Catching Fire will be a volcano.

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2 thoughts on “The Hunger Games Breaks Box Office Records – Sets Huge Debut

  1. It is definitely not TWILIGHT. The only thing that make it seem (like TWILIGHT) is because people *cough* keeps comparing the two like it’s identical (wtf?). I’m a fan of both Twilight and Hunger Games (and Harry Potter too!) and I don’t compare them to one another, because in my opinion, each book is like an individual, all unique and has it’s own characteristics. So people, PLEASE, stop making comparisons (it always starts a fuss, like what happened with HP and Twilight) of the books!!!

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