I noticed that many questions asked on this page are about more complex aspects of "older" movies like Inception. I think this is great and analysing these movies is one of the reasons why I love this site.
On the other hand however there are only a handful questions regarding current cinema blockbusters and newly released titles like The Hunger Games, Iron Sky or The Grey for example.
I believe however that these are exactly the topics that would attract a lot of search engine traffic and help us get more people on the site. You google the new movie you just saw in the cinema, you end up here and you start browsing other interesting questions. And BAM, you are hooked!
Just look at my question about Titanic 3D, it got more than 800 views in 4 days which is ridiculously high compared to the usual view/day ratio of questions here.
So my question is: What can we actively do to encourage more questions about freshly released movies?
Gaming.SE had an interesting approach to the problem with the promotional grant, where they gave out new games as a gift and in return the users have to ask a bunch of question about the new game. I could imagine a similiar incentive in the form of cinema vouchers, but I am not sure how practical this would be and probably this is out of the question while being in beta anyway.
Any other ideas?