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From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)

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Scream (1996)
Scream 2 (1997)
Scream 3 (2000)
Spy Kids (2001)
Spy Kids 2: The Island Of Lost Dreams (2002)
Equilibrium (2002)
Spy Kids 3: Game Over (2003) and The Adventures Of Sharkboy and Lavagirl (2005)
Mindhunters (2004)
Spy Kids: All The Time In The World (2011)
Planet Terror (2007)
Death Proof (2007)

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Scream 4 (2011)
Scary Movie 5 (2013)

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Penthouse North (2013)

Trailer Variants

Grindhouse (2007)


As with its former owner The Weinstein Company, Dimension Films once had a distribution deal with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; however, during theatrical releases only, both Weinstein and Dimension fully own their titles on video.

Dimension Films
Spyglass Media Group

Part of Lantern Capital Partners

Dimension Films Dimension Television Lantern Entertainment(Others Trailer & Closing Variants) Radius Spyglass Media Group

Other:Dragon Dynasty1

Defunct:Dimension Extreme Films Dimension Home Entertainment Kaleidoscope TWC Weinstein Books The Weinstein Company Home Entertainment The Weinstein Company Television TWC-Dimension

1Co-owned with Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment and Bleecker Street.

Part of The Walt Disney Company
Part of The Walt Disney Studios (The Walt Disney Company)

Theatrical releases (in alphabetical order)
101 Dalmatians (19612 1996) 102 Dalmatians 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (film) A Bug's Life1 A Goofy Movie2 A Wrinkle in Time ABCD 2: Anybody Can Dance 23 Air Bud Aladdin (19922 2019) Alice in Wonderland (19512 2010) Alice Through the Looking Glass Anaganaga o Dheerudu Angels in the Outfield Arjun the Warrior Prince3 Atlantis: The Lost Empire2 Babes in Toyland (1961) Bambi2 Bambi II2 Beauty and the Beast (19912 2017) Bedknobs and Broomsticks Bedtime Stories Beverly Hills Chihuahua Big Hero 62 Bolt2 Brave1 Brother Bear2 Captain EO Cars1 (1 2 3) Cinderella (19502 2015) Chicken Little2 Christopher Robin Coco1 Cool Runnings D2: The Mighty Ducks D3: The Mighty Ducks Dangal3 Darby O'Gill and the Little People Dinosaur2 Disney Classics Do Dooni Chaar DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp2 Dumbo (19412 2019) Enchanted Escape to Witch Mountain (1975) Fantasia2 Fantasia 20002 Finding Dory1 Finding Nemo1 First Kid Flight of the Navigator Flubber Frankenweenie Frozen2 (1 2) Fun and Fancy Free2 G-Force George of the Jungle (film) George of the Jungle 2 Glory Road Hannah Montana: The Movie Heavyweights Herbie: Fully Loaded Hercules2 High School Musical 3: Senior Year Hocus Pocus Holes Home on the Range2 Honey, I Blew Up the Kid I'll Be Home For Christmas Ice Princess Incredibles 21 Inside Out1 Inspector Gadget (film) Inspector Gadget 2 James and the Giant Peach Jagga Jasoos3 Jungle 2 Jungle Jungle Cruise Khoobsurat (2014 film)3 Kino Lorber Lady and the Tramp (19552 2019) Leroy & Stitch Lilo & Stitch2 Luca Make Mine Music2 Maleficent Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Man of the House (1995) Mary Poppins Mary Poppins Returns Melody Time2 Meet the Robinsons2 Mighty Joe Young (1998) Moana2 Monsters University1 Monsters, Inc.1 Mulan2 Muppets Most Wanted Muppet Treasure Island National Treasure National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets Newsies Noelle Oliver & Company2 Onward1 Operation Dumbo Drop Oz the Great and Powerful Pete's Dragon (1977 2016) Peter Pan (1953 film)2 Piglet's Big Movie2 Pinocchio2 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of Black Pearl Planes2 Planes: Fire & Rescue2 Pocahontas2 Pooh's Heffalump Movie2 Popeye (film) Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (film) Race to Witch Mountain Ralph Breaks the Internet2 Ratatouille1 Raya and the Last Dragon2 Remember the Titans Return to Never Land Return to Oz Roadside Romeo RocketMan (1997 Film) Robin Hood2 Saludos Amigos2 Sky High Sleeping Beauty2 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs2 So Dear to My Heart Song of the South Soul1 Stitch! The Movie Tall Tale Tangled2 Tarzan2 That Darn Cat (1965 1997) The Absent-Minded Professor The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad2 The Aristocats2 The BFG (film) The Big Green The Black Cauldron2 The Black Hole The Chronicles of Narnia (film series)4 The Emperor's New Groove2 The Fox and the Hound2 The Good Dinosaur1 The Great Mouse Detective2 The Hunchback of Notre Dame2 The Incredibles1 The Jungle Book (19672 1994 22 Mowgli's Story 2016) The Lion King (19942 2019) The Little Mermaid2 The Lizzie McGuire Movie The Lone Ranger The Love Bug (1968) The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh2 The Mighty Ducks The Muppets The Muppet Christmas Carol The Nightmare Before Christmas The Nutcracker and the Four Realms The Odd Life of Timothy Green The Pacifier The Parent Trap (1961 1998) The Princess and the Frog2 The Princess Diaries The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement The Reluctant Dragon The Rescuers2 The Rescuers Down Under2 The Rocketeer The Santa Clause The Santa Clause 2 The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause The Secret of the Magic Gourd5 The Shaggy Dog (1959 2006) The Sorcerer's Apprentice The Straight Story The Sword in the Stone2 The Three Caballeros2 The Three Musketeers (1993) The Tigger Movie2 The Ugly Dachshund The Wild (2006 film) Toy Story1 (1 2 3 4) Treasure Planet2 Tron Tron: Legacy Underdog (film) Up1 Valiant WALL-E1 Winnie the Pooh2 Wreck-It Ralph2 Zokkomon3 Zootopia2

1Co-produced with sister company Pixar Animation Studios.
2Co-produced with sister company Walt Disney Animation Studios or now-defunct DisneyToon Studios.
3Made by its Indian subsidiary.
4Disney co-produced two of The Chronicles of Narnia trilogy, while 20th Century Studios involved in a third film. However, Disney's recent acquisition of 20th Century made them owning the trilogy as a whole.
5It was made exclusively for China

Released films:

Snow White and the Seven DwarfsPinocchioFantasiaDumboBambiSaludos AmigosThe Three CaballerosMake Mine MusicFun and Fancy FreeMelody TimeThe Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. ToadCinderellaAlice in WonderlandPeter PanLady and the TrampSleeping BeautyOne Hundred and One DalmatiansThe Sword in the StoneThe Jungle BookThe AristocatsRobin HoodThe Many Adventures of Winnie the PoohThe RescuersThe Fox and the HoundThe Black CauldronThe Great Mouse DetectiveOliver & CompanyThe Little MermaidThe Rescuers Down UnderBeauty and the BeastAladdinThe Lion KingPocahontasThe Hunchback of Notre DameHerculesMulanTarzanFantasia 2000DinosaurThe Emperor's New GrooveAtlantis: The Lost EmpireLilo & StitchTreasure PlanetBrother BearHome on the RangeChicken LittleMeet the RobinsonsBoltThe Princess and the FrogTangledWinnie the PoohWreck-It RalphFrozenBig Hero 6ZootopiaMoanaRalph Breaks the InternetFrozen IIRaya and the Last DragonEncanto

Upcoming films:
Searcher Clade Untitled film

Associated productions:
The Reluctant DragonVictory Through Air PowerSong of the SouthSo Dear to My HeartMary PoppinsBedknobs and BroomsticksPete's DragonThe Brave Little ToasterWho Framed Roger RabbitThe Nightmare Before ChristmasA Goofy MovieJames and the Giant PeachEnchantedMary Poppins Returns

Cancelled films:


EarthThe Crimson Wing: Mystery of the FlamingosOceansWings of LifeAfrican CatsChimpanzeeBearsMonkey KingdomBorn in ChinaPenguinsDolphin ReefElephant

Part of The Walt Disney Studios (The Walt Disney Company)

Full-length feature films:

Franchise films:
Toy Story:Toy Story (1995) Toy Story 2 (1999) Toy Story 3 (2010) Toy Story 4 (2019)
Monsters:Monsters, Inc. (2001) Monsters University (2013)
Finding:Finding Nemo (2003) Finding Dory (2016)
Incredibles:The Incredibles (2004) Incredibles 2 (2018)
Cars:Cars (2006) Cars 2 (2011) Cars 3 (2017)

Non-franchise films:A Bug's Life (1998) Ratatouille (2007) WALL-E (2008) Up (2009) Brave (2012) Inside Out (2015) The Good Dinosaur (2015) Coco (2017) Onward (2020) Soul (2020) Luca (2021)

Upcoming films:
Turning Red (2022) Lightyear (2022)

Newt (2012)

RenderMan Presto

Defunct divisions:
Pixar Canada

Part of The Walt Disney Studios (The Walt Disney Company)

Industrial Light and Magic Lucasfilm Animation Lucas Licensing Lucas Online Lucasfilm Games Skywalker Sound Lucasfilm Singapore ILMxLAB
Former/defunct divisions: Pixar THX Kerner Optical Lucasfilm Television

Star Wars
Original Trilogy (1977–1983): IV - A New HopeV - The Empire Strikes BackVI - Return of the Jedi
Prequel Trilogy (1999–2005): I - The Phantom MenaceII - Attack of the ClonesIII - Revenge of the Sith
Sequel Trilogy (2015–2019): VII - The Force AwakensVIII - The Last JediIX - The Rise of Skywalker
Anthology: Rogue OneSolo

Indiana Jones
Raiders of the Lost ArkTemple of DoomThe Last CrusadeKingdom of the Crystal Skull

TV series
Star Wars: DroidsStar Wars: EwoksManiac MansionThe Young Indiana Jones ChroniclesStar Wars: Clone Wars (2003 2008) Star Wars RebelsLEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker AdventuresStar Wars ResistanceThe Mandalorian The Bad Batch

TV films
Caravan of Courage: An Ewok AdventureEwoks: The Battle for Endor

Other films
American GraffitiMore American GraffitiTwice Upon a TimeLatino (uncredited) Mishima: A Life in Four ChaptersLabyrinthHoward the DuckTucker: The Man and His DreamWillowThe Land Before Time (uncredited) Radioland MurdersRed TailsStrange Magic

Part of The Walt Disney Studios (The Walt Disney Company)

20th Century Pictures Fox Film Corporation

Film production:
20th Century Studios(Others On-screen logos Trailer variants Closing variants Logo variations) Searchlight Pictures(Others On-screen logos Trailer variants Logo variations) 20th Century Animation 20th Century Studios Home Entertainment6 Fox Star Studios(Others Logo variations) 20th Digital Studio New Regency1

Television production:
20th Television(Others) 20th Television Animation Searchlight Television

Other assets:
Fox Studios(Australia) Genting SkyWorlds FoxNext

Minority stake part of 20th Century Studios (The Walt Disney Company)

Boom! Studios KaBOOM! BOOM! Box BOOM! Town Archaia Entertainment

20th Century Fox Video(Others) Fox Video(Others) 20th Century Fox Selections Magnetic Video Regency Television2 CBS/Fox Video3(Others) CBS/Fox Children's Video3 Playhouse Video3 Key Video3 FNM Films Fox Atomic Fox 2000 Pictures Heron Communications Heron Home Entertainment Media Home Entertainment Hi-Tops Video The Nostalgia Merchant Fox Hills Video MTM Enterprises (Others) MTM Television Distribution MTM Home Video3 Fox World Fox Lab Foxstar Productions 20th Television(Others) 20th Century Fox Television Distribution 20th Century Fox International Television 20th Century-Fox Records Fox Records4 Fox Music Fox Europe Fox Faith Fox Television Studios 20th Century Fox Games 20th Century Fox Consumer Products7 Fox 21 Fox International Productions(Others) Fox Interactive 20th Century Fox: Games of the Century Fox Digital Entertainment Fox Entertainment Group FoxConnect Fox-Paramount Home Entertainment5 Touchstone Television(Others) Blue Sky Studios Fox Pathé Europa

1Owns a minority share. Controlled by Regency Enterprises.
2Jointly owned by New Regency.
3Joint venture with ViacomCBS.
4A joint venture with Bertelsmann and Sony Music Entertainment.
5Joint venture with Paramount Home Entertainment.
6Now become one part of Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.
7Folded into Disney Consumer Products.

Defunct assets:Disney Circle 7 Animation DisneyToon Studios Pixar Canada Marvel Knights

Part of 20th Century Studios (The Walt Disney Company)

Full-length feature films:
Franchise films:
Ice Age:Ice Age (2002) Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012) Ice Age: Collision Course (2016)
Rio:Rio (2011) Rio 2 (2014)

Non-franchise films:
Robots (2005) Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! (2008) Epic (2013) The Peanuts Movie (2015) Ferdinand (2017) Spies in Disguise (2019)

Television Specials:
Ice Age: A Mammoth ChristmasIce Age: The Great Egg-Scapade


ArachnophobiaTaking Care of BusinessRunThe Marrying ManOne Good CopV.I. WarshawskiThe Hand That Rocks the CradleMedicine ManBlame It on the BellboyStraight TalkPassed AwayEncino ManA Stranger Among UsSarafina!Consenting AdultsThe Distinguished GentlemanAspen ExtremeSwing KidsBorn YesterdayBlood In Blood OutSuper Mario Bros.Guilty as SinSon in LawFather HoodThe Joy Luck ClubMoney for NothingTombstoneThe Air Up ThereAngieHoly MatrimonyIn The Army NowColor of NightCamp NowhereQuiz ShowTerminal VelocityThe Puppet MastersThe Santa ClauseA Low Down Dirty ShameHouseguestMiami RhapsodyRoommatesFunny BonesWhile You Were SleepingA Pyromaniac's Love StoryCrimson TideJudge DreddDangerous MindsThe Tie That BindsUnstrung HeroesDead PresidentsThe Scarlet LetterPowderNixonMr. Holland's OpusWhite SquallBefore and AfterCeltic PrideSpy HardEddieThe RockJackThe Rich Man's WifeThe AssociateEvitaPrefontaineShadow ConspiracyGrosse Pointe BlankGone Fishin'G.I. JaneWashington SquareAn American Werewolf in ParisDeep RisingAn Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood BurnFirelightSimon BirchThe Sixth SenseBreakfast of ChampionsMystery, AlaskaGun ShyDuetsJust VisitingStay AlivePrimevalThe Invisible

Hollywood Pictures Home Entertainment


SplashCountryBaby: Secret of the Lost LegendMy Science ProjectDown and Out in Beverly HillsOff BeatRuthless PeopleTough GuysThe Color of MoneyOutrageous FortuneTin MenErnest Goes to CampAdventures in BabysittingStakeoutCan't Buy Me LoveHello AgainThree Men and a BabyGood Morning, VietnamShoot to KillD.O.A.Big BusinessWho Framed Roger Rabbit1CocktailThe RescueHeartbreak HotelThe Good MotherErnest Saves ChristmasBeachesThree FugitivesNew York StoriesDisorganized CrimeDead Poets SocietyTurner & HoochAn Innocent ManGross AnatomyBlaze

StellaWhere the Heart IsPretty WomanErnest Goes to JailSpaced InvadersFire BirdsDick TracyBetsy's WeddingMr. DestinyThree Men and a Little LadyGreen CardScenes from a MallOscarWhat About Bob?The Rocketeer2The DoctorTrue IdentityParadiseDeceivedErnest Scared StupidBilly BathgateFather of the BrideNoises Off1Sister Act3 NinjasThe Gun in Betty Lou's HandbagCrossing the BridgeCaptain RonAlive3The Cemetery ClubIndian SummerLife with MikeyWhat's Love Got to Do with ItAnother StakeoutMy Boyfriend's BackThe ProgramThe Nightmare Before ChristmasSister Act 2: Back in the HabitCabin BoyMy Father the HeroThe Ref4The InkwellWhen a Man Loves a WomanRenaissance Man5I Love Trouble6It's PatA Simple Twist of FateEd WoodBad CompanyThe Jerky Boys: The Movie6Jefferson in ParisMad Love7Feast of JulyFather of the BrideMr. WrongUp Close and Personal5Two Much7Little Indian, Big CityLast DanceBoys7PhenomenonKazaam7RansomThe War at HomeThe Preacher's WifeMetro6The 6th ManRomy and Michele's High School ReunionCon Air4Face/Off3Nothing to LoseAir Force One89A Thousand Acres87Playing GodStarship Troopers9KundunThe Wonderful Ice Cream SuitKrippendorf's TribeHe Got GameThe Horse WhispererSix Days Seven NightsArmageddon4Jane Austen's Mafia!Snake EyesRushmoreBelovedThe WaterboyEnemy of the StateA Civil Action3The Other Sister10 Things I Hate About YouInstinctSummer of SamRunaway Bride3The 13th WarriorMumfordBringing Out the Dead3The InsiderDeuce Bigalow: Male GigoloCradle Will RockBicentennial Man9The Hurricane8

Play It to the BoneMission to MarsHigh FidelityKeeping the FaithShanghai NoonGone in 60 SecondsCoyote UglyThe CrewUnbreakableO Brother, Where Art Thou?11Double TakePearl HarborCrazy/BeautifulBubble BoyNew Port SouthCorky RomanoHigh Heels and Low LifesOut ColdThe Royal TenenbaumsThe Count of Monte CristoSorority BoysBig TroubleFrank McKlusky, C.I.Ultimate X: The MovieBad CompanyReign of FireSignsSweet Home AlabamaMoonlight MileAbandon3The Hot Chick25th HourThe RecruitShanghai KnightsBringing Down the HouseOpen RangeCalendar GirlsHope SpringsCold Creek ManorUnder the Tuscan SunVeronica Guerin4HildagoThe LadykillersThe AlamoRaising Helen8King Arthur4The VillageMr. 3000The Last ShotLadder 498The Life Aquatic with Steve ZissouA Lot Like Love8The Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyDark WaterFlightplanGoal!ShopgirlCasanovaAnnapolisStick ItStep UpThe Guardian8The PrestigeDéjà Vu4ApocalyptoWild HogsDan in Real LifeStep Up 2: The StreetsSwing VoteMiracle at St. AnnaConfessions of a Shopaholic4The ProposalSurrogates

When in RomeThe Last SongStep Up 3DYou AgainThe TempestGnomeo & JulietI Am Number FourThe HelpFright NightReal SteelWar HorseMad Buddies10People Like UsLincolnThe Fifth EstateDelivery ManThe Wind RisesNeed for SpeedThe Hundred-Foot JourneyStrange MagicSchuks! Pay Back the Money!10Bridge of SpiesThe Light Between Oceans

Touchstone Television(Others) Touchstone Home Entertainment

1Co-produced with Amblin Entertainment
2Co-produced with Walt Disney Pictures
3Co-produced with Paramount Pictures
4Co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
5Co-produced with Cinergi Pictures Entertainment
6Co-produced with Caravan Pictures
7Co-produced with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
8Co-produced with Beacon Pictures
9Co-produced with Columbia Pictures or TriStar Pictures
10Film is released in South Africa.
11Co-produced with Universal Pictures.

Disney Music Group:
Walt Disney Records Hollywood Records(Marvel Music) Disney Music Publishing Buena Vista Records

Disney Theatrical Productions Group:
Disney on Broadway Disney on Ice Disney Theatrical Productions Disney Live!

Disney General Entertainment Content:
Walt Disney Television:ABC Entertainment (Greengrass Productions) ABC News Productions Disney Television Studios (ABC Signature 20th Television 20th Television Animation Searchlight Television)
Disney Branded Television:Disney Europe Animation Disney Television Animation It's a Laugh Productions Disney Channel Original Movies Disney Junior Originals
Other assets:Freeform Originals FXP Disney+ Original(Disney+ Premier Access) Star Original Star+ Original Hotstar Originals Hotstar Specials Disney XD Originals

U.S. television networks:
American Broadcasting Company:ABC (HD) ABC News Localish
Disney Branded Television:Disney Channel Disney XD Disney Junior
ABC Family Worldwide Inc.:Freeform
FX Networks:FX(HD On Hulu) FX Movie Channel (HD) FXX (HD)
National Geographic Partners:National Geographic5 National Geographic Wild Nat Geo Mundo

ABC Owned Television Stations:

Parent company:The Walt Disney Company

Predecessor companies:Capital Cities/ABC American Broadcasting-Paramount Theatres

United States broadcast television:
ABC (HD) (Others) Localish

Owned Television Stations:
KABC-TV (Los Angeles, CA) KFSN-TV (Fresno, CA) KGO-TV (San Francisco–Oakland–San Jose, CA) KTRK-TV (Houston, TX) WABC-TV (New York City, NY) WLS-TV (Chicago, IL) WPVI-TV (Philadelphia, PA) WTVD (Raleigh–Durham–Fayetteville, NC)

Radio networks:
ABC Audio ABC News Now ABC News Radio

Note: All stations listed by market size -- largest to smallest -- with call letters at the time they were sold.

AM Stations
New York City:WABC 770 • WQEW 1560 (now WFME) Los Angeles:KABC 790 Chicago:WLS 890 • WRDZ 1300 • WPJX 1500 San Francisco:KSFO 560 • KGO 810 • KMKY 1310 Dallas-Fort Worth: KMKI 620 (now KTNO) • WBAP 820 Houston:KMIC 1590 Washington, DC:WMAL 630 Atlanta:WDWD 590 Philadelphia:WWJZ 640 Boston: WMKI 1260 (now WBIX) Miami-Fort Lauderdale:WMYM 990 Detroit:WJR 760 • WFDF1 910 • WXYZ 1270 (now WXYT) Seattle:KKDZ 1250 Phoenix: KMIK 1580 (now KHEP) Minneapolis-St. Paul: KDIZ 1440 (now KYCR) Denver: KDDZ 1690 (now KDMT) Tampa-St. Petersburg:WWMI 1380 St. Louis:WSDZ 1260 Portland, OR:KDZR 1690 Charlotte:WGFY 1480 San Antonio:KRDY 1160 Pittsburgh:WWCS2 540 • WDDZ 1250 (now WPGP) • KQV 1410 Sacramento:KIID 1470 Salt Lake City:KWDZ3 910 Orlando:WDYZ 990 Cleveland: WWMK 1260 (now WCCR) Kansas City, MO: KPHN 1190 (now KDMR) Milwaukee: WKSH 1640 (now WSJP) Providence: WDDZ 550 (now WSJW) Norfolk: WRJR 1010 (now WPMH) • WHKT 1650 Greensboro:WCOG 1320 West Palm Beach: WMNE 1600 (now WPOM) Jacksonville: WBWL 600 (now WBOB) New Orleans:WBYU3 1450 Hartford: WDZK 1550 (now WSDK) Richmond:WDZY 1290 Louisville: WDRD 680 (now WHBE) Tulsa:KMUS 1380 Albany, NY: WDDY 1460 (now WOPG) Albuquerque: KALY 1240 (now KDSK) Toledo, OH:WFRO1,3 900 Wichita:KQAM 1480

FM Stations
New York:WPLJ 95.5 Los Angeles:KLOS 95.5 Chicago:WLS 94.7 Dallas-Fort Worth:KSCS 96.3 • KTYS 96.7 (now KTCK) Houston:KHMX 96.5 Washington, DC: WJZW 105.9 (now WMAL) • WRQX 107.3 Atlanta:WKHX 101.5 • WYAY 106.7 Detroit:WDRQ 93.1 • WDVD 96.3 • WRIF 101.1 Minneapolis-St. Paul:KQRS 92.3 • KXXR 93.7 • WGVX4 105.1 Pittsburgh:WDVE 102.5 Indianapolis: WRDZ 98.3 (now WZRL) Little Rock:KDIS 99.5

Radio Networks
American Contemporary NetworkAmerican Information NetworkAmerican Entertainment NetworkAmerican FM NetworkABC Rock Radio NetworkABC Direction Radio NetworkABC Talk RadioCountry Coast-to-Coast ESPN Radio Jack FM Kool Gold Radio Disney Real CountryRejoice! Musical Soul FoodStardustStarstationThe Classic Rock ExperienceThe Christmas ChannelThe TouchThe True Oldies ChannelToday's Best HitsUnforgettable MemoriesUrban Advantage Network Z-Rock

  1. WFDF was originally in the Flint radio market before moving to Farmington Hills in the Detroit radio market in 2006. As a result of the station's move to Detroit, WFRO in the Toledo market as well as another station in Northern Michigan (also on 900) were taken off the air to allow WFDF to increase its broadcast power.
  2. Disney/ABC never owned the station, but operated it under a Local Marketing Agreement. Birach Broadcasting has since taken complete, outright control of the station.
  3. These stations are either silent or completely off the air at this time.
  4. WGVX also simulcasts on 105.3 and 105.7.

Sources:ABC Radio, Cumulus Media, Cumulus Media Networks, Radio Disney and Westwood One on Wikipedia

Other assets:

Current programming:
20/20ABC World News NowABC World News Tonight (Weekday / Weekend) America This MorningGMA3: What You Need to KnowGood Morning AmericaNightlineThis WeekWhat Would You Do?

Special programming:
ABC News Special Report

Former programming:
20/20 DowntownABC News BriefABC News BulletinAM AmericaDay OneGMA DayGMA3: Strahan, Sara & KekeGood Afternoon AmericaIssues and AnswersOur WorldPrimetimeTurning Point

Live-streaming networks:
ABC News Live

Defunct assets:
ABC Circle Films ABC Films ABC Kane Productions ABC Kids ABC Motion Pictures ABC News Now ABC1 ABC Pictures Corporation ABC Productions ABC Video Creative Wonders Live Well Network The Baseball Network

Owners:The Walt Disney Company (80%) Hearst Communications (20%)

U.S. networks:
ACCN ESPN (HD) ESPN 2 ESPNews ESPN Classic ESPNU ESPN Deportes ESPN PPV ESPN 3 ESPN College Extra Longhorn Network SEC Network
U.S. blocks:

Current programming:

ESPN College Football on ABC (Saturday Night Football) ESPY AwardsNBA on ESPNNHL on ABCTournament of Roses ParadeWNBA on ESPNX Games

Former programming:
ABC's Wide World of SportsThe American SportsmanArena Football League on ESPNBattle of the Network StarsCollege Basketball on ABCESPN Sports SaturdayFight of the WeekIndyCar Series on ESPNMajor League Baseball on ABCThe Baseball NetworkMonday Night FootballNASCAR on ESPNOlympics on ABCPGA Tour on ABCProfessional Bowlers TourThe SuperstarsWNBA on ABC

U.S. radio stations
ESPN Radio ESPN Xtra ESPNU Radio ESPN All Access

Australia (ESPN2) Brazil (ESPN 2 Extra) Caribbean Latin America (Extra 2 3 4 (except Mexico and Argentina) Extra Polo) UK1 Africa5 Netherlands (2 3 4 Ultra HD)

Canadian networks (Co-owned with Bell Media):
The Sports Network (TSN1 TSN2 TSN3 TSN4 TSN5) RDS RDS2 RDS Info ESPN Classic Canada

Japanese networks
J-Sports 1 J-Sports 2 J-Sports 3 J-Sports 4

Current ventures:
ESPN+ ESPN.com ESPN Books ESPN Broadband ESPN Deportes La Revista ESPN Deportes.com ESPN Events ESPN Films ESPN Home Entertainment ESPN Integration ESPY Awards The Undefeated Watch ESPN

Defunct ventures:
Arena Football League (minority stake, 2006–2009) ESPN 5 (Netherlands) ESPN5 (Philippines)3 (2017–2020) ESPN 6 (Netherlands) ESPNews Asia (1996–2013) ESPN 3D (2010–2013) ESPN America (2002–2013) ESPN Bases Loaded (2010-2020) ESPN Buzzer Beater (2010–2017) ESPN Classic (UK) (2006–2013) ESPN Deportes Radio (2004–2019) ESPN Full Court (1995–2015) ESPN GamePlan (1996–2015) ESPN Goal Line (2010-2020) ESPN HD (2003–2011) ESPN HS (1997–2012) ESPN MVP (2005–2006) ESPN Now ESPN Plus (1996–2009) ESPN Star Sports (equity stake, 1994–2013) ESPN The Magazine (1998-2019) ESPN West ESPN Zone (1998–2018) Grantland (2011–2015) NHL Network Canada (2001–2015) SEC TV (2009–2014) Sony ESPN (HD) (India)4

U.S. sports broadcasting rights:
AFL College Basketball College Football GolfHigh School Football MLB MLS (MLS Game of the Week MLS Soccer Sunday) NFL NBA NHL WNBA Tennis X Games
Former sports broadcasting rights:
IndyCar Series NASCAR Thoroughbred Racing on ESPN

Other properties:
FiveThirtyEight Jayski's Silly Season Site ESPN FC ESPNF1 ESPNscrum Scouts Inc.TrueHoop ESPNcricinfo

Current programming:
30 for 30Always Late with Katie NolanAround the HornBaseball TonightThe BeatCollege Football FinalCollege Football LiveCollege Football ScoreboardCollege Basketball LiveCollege GameDay (Basketball)College GameDay (Football)College GameNightE:60First TakeESPN2 GarageThe Fantasy ShowGet Up!Golic and WingoHigh NoonHighly QuestionableJalen & JacobyThe JumpMonday Night CountdownMax on BoxingNBA Coast to CoastNBA CountdownNBA ShootaroundNBA TonightNFL InsidersNFL LiveNFL MatchupNFL PrimetimeNFL RewindOutside The LinesPardon the InterruptionSportsCenter (SportsCenter:AMSportsCenter Face to Face with Hannah StormSportsCenter Coast-to-CoastSC @ NightSportsCenter with Scott Van PeltX CenterSportsCenterU) SportsNationSunday NFL CountdownWNBA ShootaroundWorld Cup Live

Former programming:
1st and 102 Minute DrillBaseball 2DayBassCenterBattle of the Gridiron StarsBeg, Borrow & DealBonds on BondsBound for GloryThe Bronx is BurningCheap SeatsCold PizzaThe ContenderDream JobESPN Friday Night FightsESPN HollywoodHis & HersI'd Do AnythingIntentional Talk2Jim Rome is BurningKnight SchoolMadden NationMike & MikeMLS ExtraTimeMLS Primetime ThursdayMLS Soccer SaturdayMMA LiveNASCAR CountdownNASCAR NowNFL 32NHL 2NightNine for IXOlbermannPlaymakersQuite Frankly with Stephen A. SmithRPM 2NightSC6 with Michael and JemeleSpeedWeekSportsNightThe Sports ReportersStump the SchwabSunday Night FootballTalk2TiltUpscripted with Chris ConnellyUp CloseWinners Bracket

1Operated by BT under license.
2Also airs on MLB Network.
3Partnership with TV5 Network Inc.
4Partnership with Sony Pictures Networks India.
5Airs only on DStv.

International channels:
Disney Channel
Africa Albania Bulgaria Canada (French)12 Czech Republic France Germany Greece Hungary India Israel Japan Latin America Middle East Moldova Netherlands & Flanders Poland Portugal Romania Russia Scandinavia Spain Turkey

Disney Junior
Africa Canada12 France India Israel Latin America Middle East Netherlands & Flanders Poland Portugal Romania Scandinavia Spain

Disney XD
Canada12 Latin America Netherlands and Flanders Poland

Balkans Belgium Bulgaria Estonia Greece Italy Japan Moldova Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Russia Spain Turkey

Fox Life
India Portugal

Fox Movies
Balkans Portugal Middle East

Fox Comedy
Portugal Poland

Fox Sports
Brazil (2) Latin America (Mexico and Argentina) (2 3 Premium)

Latin America (FXM)

National Geographic
Latin America (Kids) National Geographic Wild (Africa Asia Australia Canada Europe India Latin America Middle East) Nat Geo Music Nat Geo People (HD)

Star (Latin America and Brazil)
Star Channel Star Life

Star Premium
Latin America: Star Action Star Cinema Star Classics Star Comedy Star Fun Star Hits Star Series
Brazil: Star Hits Star Hits 2

Other channels
24Kitchen BabyTV Fox Crime Fox Kids (Finland) Fox Rewayat Cinecanal RTL Zwei STAR Chinese Channel STAR Chinese Movies STAR Entertainment Channel Star Movies Taiwan (Gold HD) Star World (Middle East) Star World (Taiwan) Xee TV Chile17 (Canal 24 Horas)

Radio networks
ABC Audio ABC News Radio ABC News Now ESPN Radio ESPN Xtra

Radio stations
Radio Disney stations:Rádio Disney Brasil8 Radio Disney Peru
ESPN Radio stations:

Disney Parks, Experiences and Products
Parks and resorts:Disneyland Resort (Disneyland Park Disney California Adventure) Walt Disney World (Magic Kingdom Epcot Disney's Hollywood Studios Disney's Animal Kingdom Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Disney's Blizzard Beach) Tokyo Disney Resort (Tokyo Disneyland Tokyo DisneySea) Disneyland Paris (Disneyland Park Walt Disney Studios Park) Hong Kong Disneyland Shanghai Disney Resort

Consumer products:Disney Publishing Worldwide (Disney Comics Disney English Disney Press Disney–Lucasfilm Press) The Muppets Studio Disney Interactive Gamestar Disney Mobile Disney Store ShopDisney Marvel Entertainment

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The following is a complete list of films produced and/or distributed by American production and distribution company Dimension Films, a subsidiary of Lantern Entertainment, formerly owned by The Weinstein Company and The Walt Disney Company under Miramax. Dimension Films began in 1992, and has produced and distributed numerous genre films, largely horror, sci-fi, and action films.[1][2] The company has owned the rights to, as well as produced and distributed, the films of several horror franchises, including the Scream films, the Children of the Corn series, Hellraiser series, and the Halloween films, among others.

All films through October 1, 2005 are currently owned by Paramount Pictures via Miramax while all films since October 1, 2005 are currently owned by Lantern Entertainment and Lionsgate via Spyglass Media Group.

In addition to distributing films for theatrical release, Dimension Films also released numerous titles direct-to-video. In 2008, the company introduced the Dimension Extreme division, a DVD label for 'extreme' cinema, which mainly consisted of domestic and international horror titles.

List of films[edit]

+KeyDenotes standard theatrical release
Denotes release was direct-to-video
Denotes television release
Denotes home video release only under Dimension Extreme label


U.S. release dateTitleProductionDistributionNotesRef.
September 11, 1992Hellraiser III: Hell on EarthNoYes[3]
December 9, 1992 Godzilla vs. BiollanteNoYesoriginal distributor of the film in the United States, produced by Toho Studios[4]
January 29, 1993Children of the Corn II: The Final SacrificeNoYes[5]
July 9, 1993The LegendNoYesFirst film to be released by Dimension Films during their Disney tenure[6]
September 3, 1993FortressNoYesNorth American and Japan distributor; Co-production with Davis Entertainment and Village Roadshow Pictures, Columbia Pictures handled international distribution rights[5]
February 4, 1994GunmenNoYesCo-production with Davis Entertainment[7]
March 18, 1994Mother's BoysYesNo[8]
May 11, 1994The CrowYesNo[7]
January 27, 1995Highlander III: The SorcererNoYes[7]
April 11, 1995 The Road KillersYesNo[7]
September 1, 1995The ProphecyNoYes[9]
September 12, 1995 Children of the Corn III: Urban HarvestNoYes[10]
September 29, 1995Halloween: The Curse of Michael MyersNoYes[11]
December 19, 1995 Men of WarNoYes[11]
January 19, 1996From Dusk till DawnNoYesCo-production with A Band Apart and Los Hooligans Productions[12]
March 8, 1996Hellraiser: BloodlineNoYes[13]
July 26, 1996SupercopNoYes[14]
August 16, 1996Supercop 2NoYes
August 30, 1996Crime StoryNoYes[14]
August 30, 1996The Crow: City of AngelsYesYes[15]
September 17, 1996The ShooterNoYes[11]
October 8, 1996 Children of the Corn IV: The GatheringNoYes[10]
November 29, 1996Adrenalin: Fear the RushNoYes[16]
December 20, 1996ScreamYesYesCo-production with Woods Entertainment[17]
February 28, 1997 Fist of LegendNoYes[18]
July 18, 1997Operation CondorNoYes[18]
July 18, 1997Operation Condor 2: The Armor of the GodsNoYes[19]
August 22, 1997MimicYesYes[19]
August 22, 1997NirvanaNoYes[20]
December 3, 1997Office KillerNoYes
December 12, 1997Scream 2YesYesCo-production with Konrad Pictures[21]
December 16, 1997 Bounty HuntersNoYes
January 20, 1998 The Prophecy IIYesYes[22]
January 23, 1998PhantomsYesYes[23]
February 20, 1998SenselessYesYesCo-production with Mandeville Films[24]
April 17, 1998NightwatchYesYes[19]
March 27, 1998RideYesYes[25]
May 27, 1998I Got the Hook UpNoYes[26]
June 21, 1998 Children of the Corn V: Fields of TerrorNoYes[10]
August 5, 1998Halloween H20: 20 Years LaterYesYes[27]
August 14, 1998Air Bud: Golden ReceiverNoYes[28]
December 25, 1998The FacultyYesYesCo-production with Los Hooligans Productions[29]
March 16, 1999 From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood MoneyNoYesCo-production with A Band Apart and Los Hooligans Productions[30]
April 9, 1999Twin DragonsNoYes[31]
April 23, 1999eXistenZNoYesCo-production with Alliance Atlantis and Serendipity Point Films[32]
August 3, 1999 Tale of the MummyNoYes[22]
August 20, 1999Teaching Mrs. TingleYesYes[33]
August 25, 1999In Too DeepYesYes[34]
October 19, 1999 Children of the Corn 666: Isaac's ReturnNoYes[10]


U.S. release dateTitleProductionDistributionNotesRef.
January 18, 2000 From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's DaughterNoYesCo-production with A Band Apart and Los Hooligans Productions[30]
February 4, 2000Scream 3YesYes[35]
February 25, 2000Reindeer GamesYesYes[36]
March 14, 2000 The Prophecy 3: The AscentYesYes[35]
June 14, 2000 The Crow: SalvationYesYes[15]
June 16, 2000Boys and GirlsYesYes[33]
July 7, 2000Scary MovieYesYesCo-production with Wayans Bros. Entertainment[19]
September 1, 2000Highlander: EndgameYesYes[37]
September 8, 2000BackstageYesYes[38]
October 3, 2000 Hellraiser: InfernoYesYes[39]
October 17, 2000 BeowulfNoYesCo-production with The Kushner-Locke Company[7]
October 20, 2000The Legend of Drunken MasterNoYes[14]
December 22, 2000Dracula 2000YesYes[40]
March 30, 2001Spy KidsYesYesCo-production with Troublemaker Studios[19]
May 15, 2001 Bounty Hunters 2: HardballNoYes[41]
July 4, 2001Scary Movie 2YesYesCo-production with Wayans Bros. Entertainment[42]
July 17, 2001 Mimic 2YesYes[43]
August 10, 2001The OthersYesYes[44]
August 24, 2001Jay and Silent Bob Strike BackYesYes[45]
August 31, 2001OYesNo[46]
October 9, 2001 Children of the Corn: RevelationNoYes[10]
November 30, 2001Texas RangersYesYes[47]
January 4, 2002ImpostorYesYes[48]
March 12, 2002Mexico CityNoYes
June 18, 2002 Beneath Loch NessNoYes[49]
July 12, 2002Halloween: ResurrectionYesYes[50]
August 7, 2002Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost DreamsYesYesCo-production with Troublemaker Studios[51]
August 13, 2002 The Accidental SpyNoYes[52]
October 11, 2002BelowYesYes[53]
October 15, 2002 Hellraiser: HellseekerNoYes[54]
October 25, 2002Paid in FullNoYes[55]
November 27, 2002TheyNoYesCo-production with Focus Features[56]
December 6, 2002EquilibriumYesYes[57]
December 17, 2002 For the CauseNoYesOriginal title: Final Encounter[58]
January 14, 2003 TangledNoYesCo-production with Tapestry Films and Myraid Pictures[59]
June 7, 2003 Dracula II: AscensionNoYes[60]
July 25, 2003Spy Kids 3-D: Game OverYesYesCo-production with Troublemaker Studios[61]
July 26, 2003 MomentumNoYes
August 22, 2003My Boss's DaughterYesYes[62]
September 12, 2003Once Upon a Time in MexicoNoYesCo-production with Columbia Pictures and Troublemaker Studios[63]
September 22, 2003 The HoleNoYesCo-production with Pathé[64]
October 14, 2003 Mimic 3: SentinelNoYes[65]
October 24, 2003Scary Movie 3YesYes[66]
November 26, 2003Bad SantaYesYesCo-production with Columbia Pictures and Triptych Pictures[67]
March 5, 2004Starsky & HutchNoYesCo-production with Warner Bros.[68]
September 17, 2004Mr. 3000YesNoCo-production with Touchstone Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment[69]
September 28, 2004 Track DownYesYes[70]
December 25, 2004DarknessYesYes[71]
January 15, 2005 The I InsideYesYes
February 25, 2005CursedYesYesCo-production with Outerbanks Entertainment[72]
April 1, 2005Sin CityYesYesCo-production with Troublemaker Studios[73]
April 15, 2005The Amityville HorrorYesNoCo-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[74]
April 26, 2005 The NamelessNoYes[71]
May 13, 2005MindhuntersYesNo[75]
June 4, 2005The Crow: Wicked PrayerNoYes[76]
June 7, 2005 Hellraiser: DeaderNoYes[54]
June 7, 2005 The Prophecy: UprisingYesYes[77]
June 10, 2005The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-DYesYesCo-production with Columbia Pictures and Troublemaker Studios[78]
July 12, 2005 Dracula III: LegacyYesYes[60]
August 26, 2005The Brothers GrimmYesYesCo-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Mosaic Media Group[79]
September 6, 2005 Hellraiser: HellworldNoYes[54]
September 6, 2005 The Prophecy: ForsakenYesYes[80]
September 16, 2005VenomYesYesCo-production with Outerbanks Entertainment, last film to be released by Dimension during their Disney tenure before being sold to The Weinstein Company[81]
October 18, 2005CuranderoYesYesCo-production with Rodriguez International Pictures[82]
December 25, 2005Wolf CreekNoYes[83]
April 14, 2006Scary Movie 4YesYesCo-production with Miramax[66]
May 2, 2006 RitualYesYesCo-production with RKO Pictures[84]
August 11, 2006PulseYesYes[85]
September 22, 2006FeastYesYes[86]
September 29, 2006School for ScoundrelsYesYesCo-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[87]
December 25, 2006Black ChristmasYesNoCo-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[88]
January 30, 2007 The GatheringNoYes[89]
April 6, 2007Grindhouse (Planet Terror and Death Proof)YesYesCo-production with Troublemaker Studios[90]
June 15, 2007DOA: Dead or AliveNoYesReleased on DVD under Dimension Extreme label September 11, 2007[91]
June 22, 20071408YesNoCo-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[92]
July 27, 2007Who's Your Caddy?YesYesCo-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; produced by Our Stories Films[93]
August 31, 2007HalloweenYesNoCo-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[50]
September 11, 2007 ∈Dirty Sanchez: The MovieNoYes[94]
September 25, 2007 ∈BrokenNoYes[95]
October 9, 2007 ∈Black SheepNoYesTheatrical distribution by The Weinstein Company[96]
October 23, 2007 ∈Buried AliveNoYes[97]
November 13, 2007 ∈Welcome to the JungleNoYes[98]
November 21, 2007The MistYesNoCo-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[99]
February 5, 2008 ∈Storm WarningNoYes[100]
February 19, 2008 ∈Nightmare DetectiveNoYes[101]
March 4, 2008 ∈Automaton TransfusionNoYes[102]
March 18, 2008 ∈13: Game of DeathNoYes[103]
March 28, 2008Superhero MovieYesYesCo-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[104]
April 15, 2008 ∈InsideNoYes[105]
April 25, 2008RogueYesYesCo-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Emu Creek Pictures; released on DVD under Dimension Extreme label August 5, 2008[106]
May 6, 2008 ∈TeethNoYes[107]
May 20, 2008 ∈Diary of the DeadNoYes[108]
May 20, 2008 ∈Night of the Living DeadNoYes[109]
June 6, 2008The PromotionYesNo[110]
July 1, 2008 ∈TriloquistNoYes[111]
July 15, 2008 ∈Steel TrapNoYes[112]
August 8, 2008Hell RideYesYesReleased on DVD under Dimension Extreme label October 28, 2008[113]
August 12, 2008 ∈The Killing GeneNoYesOriginal title: WΔZ[114]
August 19, 2008 ∈The Wizard of GoreNoYes[115]
August 22, 2008The LongshotsYesNoCo-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[116]
September 23, 2008 ∈The Mother of TearsNoYes[117]
September 30, 2008 ∈Pulse 2: AfterlifeYesYes[118]
October 7, 2008 ∈Feast II: Sloppy SecondsYesYes[119]
November 7, 2008Soul MenYesNoCo-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[120]
November 18, 2008 ∈The Zombie DiariesNoYes[121]
December 5, 2008 ∈Extreme MovieNoYes[122]
December 23, 2008 ∈Pulse 3YesYes[123]
January 6, 2009 ∈Eden LakeNoYes[124]
January 20, 2009 ∈King of the HillNoYesOriginal title: King of the Mountain[125]
February 17, 2009 ∈Feast III: The Happy FinishYesYes[122]
March 3, 2009 ∈Dead in 3 DaysNoYes[126]
April 21, 2009 ∈Dante 01NoYes[122]
May 12, 2009 ∈Kill BuljoNoYes[122]
August 28, 2009Halloween IIYesYes[127]
October 16, 2009Janky PromotersYesNo[128]
November 25, 2009The RoadNoYes[129]


U.S. release dateTitleProductionDistributionNotesRef.
January 8, 2010Youth in RevoltYesYes[130]
February 9, 2010Hurricane SeasonYesNo[131]
August 20, 2010Piranha 3DYesYes[132]
April 15, 2011Scream 4YesYesCo-production with Corvus Corvax and Outerbanks Entertainment[35]
August 19, 2011Spy Kids: All the Time in the WorldYesYesCo-production with Troublemaker Studios[133]
August 30, 2011 ∈Children of the Corn: GenesisNoYes[134]
September 2, 2011Apollo 18YesYes[135]
September 23, 2011LividNoYes[136]
October 11, 2011World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries 2NoYes[137]
October 18, 2011 ∈Hellraiser: RevelationsYesYes[137]
June 1, 2012Piranha 3DDYesYes[138]
February 22, 2013Dark SkiesYesYesCo-production with Alliance Films and Blumhouse Productions[139]
April 12, 2013Scary Movie 5YesYes[140]
May 10, 2013AftershockYesYesCo-distribution with RADiUS-TWC[141]
June 21, 2013CompulsionNoYes[142]
October 11, 2013All the Boys Love Mandy LaneNoYes[143]
January 14, 2014Penthouse NorthNoYes[144]
April 18, 201413 SinsNoYesCo-distribution with RADiUS-TWC; Co-production with Blumhouse Productions[145]
August 22, 2014Sin City: A Dame to Kill ForYesYes[146]
October 31, 2014HornsNoYesCo-distribution with RADiUS-TWC[147]
February 27, 2015EverlyNoYes[148]
October 17, 2015KristyNoYesCo-distribution with The Weinstein Company; Co-production with David Kirschner Productions[149]
June 17, 2016ClownYesYesCo-production with Cross Creek Pictures, PS 260, Vertebra Films, Zed Filmworks, Method Studios, and Dragonfly Entertainment[141]
July 29, 2016ViralYesYesCo-distribution with RADiUS-TWC; Co-production with Blumhouse Productions[150]
November 4, 2016Army of OneYesNo[151]
June 16, 201747 Meters DownYesNoDistributed by Entertainment Studios
October 10, 2017DemonicYesYes[152]
October 28, 2017Amityville: The AwakeningYesYesCo-distribution with RADiUS-TWC; Co-produced with Blumhouse Productions[153]
February 13, 2018Hellraiser: JudgmentYesNoDistributed by Lionsgate Films[154]
March 13, 2018Children of the Corn: RunawayYesNoDistributed by Lionsgate Films[155]
October 11, 2019PolaroidYesNoInternational co-distribution with Lantern Entertainment and 13 Films; distributed in the US by Vertical Entertainment[156]

Television productions[edit]

Glory DaysThe WB2002
Cement HeadsA&E2014
The MistSpike2017
Spy Kids: Mission CriticalNetflix2018

See also[edit]


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