We may be getting a whole lot of The Hunger Games.
Months prior to the first film in this book trilogy hitting theaters (on March 23), Lionsgate has told Wall Street analysts that it may very well expand the final movie into two parts.
It's a money-grabbing strategy that has worked brought in hundreds of millions for Harry Potter and The Twilight Saga.
"We have distributors who consider this as their big brand next year, the movie that can change their company," said motion picture group president Joe Drake.
Considering the wild popularity of the story, and the incredible cast (Jennifer Lawrence! Elizabeth Banks! Donald Sutherland!), it's easy to see why.
But where would the split even occur between the second and third books? And, as much as we adore Katniss, Peeta and company, it is possible to have too much of a good thing.
What do you think? Should The Hunger Games be expanded into four movies?