I'm talking about studios focusing on releasing big tentpole films solely in the May-August and November-December. Because of the release dates being in flux, studios are crowding their big releases in perpetually busy months... where there's much greater risk of being lost in the shuffle. Now with successes of films like The Hunger Games, Fast Five, Fast & Furious and 300 earning summer-sized coin in spring months like March and April... studios are wising up. Should studios spread their blockbusters throughout the whole year (like in slow months like February, April, and September) instead of just concentrating on the more popular months? I say spread them out. What do you guys think?