Unlike its movies, Lions Gate's fourth quarter didn't live up to the hype. Shares of the production studio are dropping in post-market trading after its year-ending report disappointed Wall Street. The company behind "˜The Hunger Games" franchise earned 33 cents a share, below analysts' estimates for EPS of 40 cents. Meanwhile, revenue slid more than 8% to $722 million. However, the fourth quarter was sandwiched between the blockbuster releases of "Catching Fire" in November and "Divergent" in late March, meaning box-office profits and revenue were likely pushed to the either the previous third quarter or the current first, rather than the fourth.