|Key people||Oren Koules (President 1999–2011)
Michael Menchel (President 2011–present)
|Products||Motion pictures, television programs, entertainment management|
Evolution Entertainment is an American independent entertainment management and film production company. The company was founded in 1998 by Mark Burg and Oren Koules. and is best known for producing the Saw Franchise
Gregg Hoffman joined the company in 2003 as Head of Production. The box office success of the horror film Saw led to a distribution deal with Lionsgate and the formation of Twisted Pictures. Hoffman unexpectedly died on December 4, 2005. In June 2011, after twelve years, Koules departed from the company; Burg purchased his 50% of the company. Burg chose CAA agent-turned-producer Michael Menchel as the new president.
- Spoils of War (1994) (TV)
- Lockdown (2000)
- Good Advice (2001)
- John Q (2002)
- Saw (2004)
- Saw II (2005)
- Saw III (2006)
- Catacombs (2007)
- Dead Silence (2007)
- Death Sentence (2007)
- Cats Dancing on Jupiter (2011)
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