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"Twilight" spawned a resurrection of vampire films.
"Fright Night," "Dark Shadows" and even "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" all sought to capitalize on the fang trend but failed to pump new blood into the genre.
And "The Maze Runner" is filming "The Death Cure," the third and final installment of the series, which halted production last week after star Dylan O'Brien was injured on set.
But few films in this genre have been able to claim "The Hunger Games'" big bucks.
Most discouraging was junior-high and grade-school English class mainstay "The Giver" by Newbery Medal-winning author Lois Lowry. Times Film Critic Kenneth Turan called it "disappointing" — and it made just million in its domestic run.
The longtime passion project of actor Jeff Bridges boasted a hefty cast including himself and fellow Oscar winner Meryl Streep. These days, studios are increasingly looking to turn popular young adult books into movies.
Senior media analyst for com Score Paul Dergarabedian doesn't agree that the weight can be placed solely on the genre in question.The CW's critically adored "The 100" just got renewed for another season, USA premiered Carlton Cuse's alien-occupied Los Angeles thriller "Colony" in January and AMC's "The Walking Dead" (while mostly teen-free) is still running strong with a spinoff "Fear the Walking Dead" in tandem. The CW gave the green light to an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" with a dystopian bent. On the film front, you only have to look at the coming attractions to see what the studios are hoping will capture the disposable income of the young-adult crowd.One exciting trend appears to be fairy-tale adaptations.In addition to municipal rules a national rule was introduced, requiring adult movie theatres to have a pornography display license.An advertisement of the company should contain its license number.