The distributor said the Warner Bros./Legendary sequel, Wrath of the Titans, will bow March 30, 2012, a week later than its original March 23 date. Had it stayed put, it would have gone up against Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games, the adaptation of a best-selling novel trilogy that is picking up buzz and eyeing Jennifer Lawrence for the lead.
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