Nah. It’s Lionsgate. They had a few early 00 hits in teen horror (Saw) /fantasy (Twilight) and knocked it out of the park with Hunger Games but that genre-era is passe now.
Those teenagers are now in their mid-late 20s / early 30s and are watching “Us real moms have problems” type movies.
If it was “Robin Hood: Vengeful Lust of Bloody Betrayal” they could get those bloodlust 50-shades-of-gray thirsty late 20s moms into the movies maybe but they’re stuck taking their lil ones to see Ralph Breaks The Internet now.