The comedy “Think Like a Man” was the No. 1 weekend film at theaters in the U.S. and Canada with $33.6 million in ticket sales for Sony Corp., ending a four-week run in first place for “The Hunger Games.”
The director of Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.’s “The Hunger Games” dropped out of the sequel, clouding the future of a film franchise that has amassed $464 million in ticket sales in its first installment.
Nina Jacobson, who brought “The Hunger Games” to Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. and produced that studio’s biggest hit ever, knows what it’s like to be on top in Hollywood. She also knows something about the bottom.