List of TriStar Pictures films

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This is a list of films produced and/or released by American film studio TriStar Pictures.

List by year

1980s

Release Date Film Title Notes Budget Gross
April 6, 1984 Where the Boys Are '84 Distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment $10,530,000
May 11, 1984 The Natural $28 million $47,951,979
June 21, 1984 The Last Winter
July 13, 1984 The Muppets Take Manhattan co-production with Henson Associates $8 million $25,534,703
July 27, 1984 Meatballs Part II $5,410,972
August 31, 1984 Flashpoint Distribution only; produced by HBO Pictures $3,854,833
September 14, 1984 The Evil That Men Do Distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment $13,102,025
September 21, 1984 Places in the Heart Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. $9.5 million $34,901,614
October 14, 1984 Songwriter $8 million $865,915
November 2, 1984 Blame It on the Night
November 2, 1984 Lovelines
November 9, 1984 Silent Night, Deadly Night Removed from theaters, two weeks after release; no longer owns rights $750,000 $2,491,460
November 21, 1984 Supergirl Distribution only[N 1] $35 million $14,296,438
December 14, 1984 Birdy $7.5 million $1,455,045
December 14, 1984 Runaway $6,770,587
December 19, 1984 Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo Distribution only; produced by The Cannon Group[N 2] $15,101,131
February 8, 1985 Heaven Help Us Distribution only; produced by HBO Pictures $6,070,794
March 22, 1985 The Last Dragon $10 million $25,784,554
April 3, 1985 Alamo Bay $380,970
April 10, 1985 Private Resort $331,816
May 1, 1985 Little Treasure
May 22, 1985 Rambo: First Blood Part II Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $44 million $150,415,432
June 21, 1985 Lifeforce Distribution only; produced by The Cannon Group[N 2] $25 million $11,603,545
July 19, 1985 The Legend of Billie Jean $3,099,497
August 7, 1985 Real Genius $12,952,019
August 16, 1985 Volunteers Distribution only; produced by HBO Pictures $25 million $19,875,740
October 2, 1985 Sweet Dreams Distribution only; produced by HBO Pictures $13.5 million $9,085,049
October 25, 1985 My Man Adam $92,920
November 27, 1985 Santa Claus: The Movie Distribution only[N 3] $30–50 million $23,717,291
December 29, 1985 Head Office Distribution only; produced by HBO Pictures $3,393,807
January 17, 1986 Iron Eagle $18,000,000 $24,159,872
February 21, 1986 The Hitcher Distribution only; produced by HBO Pictures $5.8 million $7.9 million
March 7, 1986 Odd Jobs co-production with HBO Pictures
March 21, 1986 Rad $11 million $2,015,882
April 11, 1986 Band of the Hand $8.7 million $4,865,912
April 25, 1985 8 Million Ways to Die co-production with PSO $1,305,114
May 9, 1986 Short Circuit co-production with PSO $9 million $40,697,761
June 27, 1986 Labyrinth co-production with Henson Associates and Lucasfilm $25 million $12,729,917
July 2, 1986 About Last Night... $38,702,310
July 30, 1986 Nothing in Common $12 million $32,324,557
August 22, 1986 Night of the Creeps $5 million $591,366
August 22, 1986 Touch and Go Distribution only; produced by Kings Road Entertainment $1,003,115
October 10, 1986 Peggy Sue Got Married $18 million $41,382,841
October 31, 1986 Let's Get Harry
November 7, 1986 The Boss' Wife
November 14, 1986 Every Time We Say Goodbye $278,623
December 19, 1986 No Mercy $12,303,904
February 6, 1987 Light of Day Distribution only; produced by Taft Entertainment[N 4] $10,490,000
March 6, 1987 Angel Heart Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $17 million $17,185,632
March 27, 1987 Blind Date $18 million $39,321,715
April 24, 1987 Extreme Prejudice Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $11,307,844
April 24, 1987 Forever, Lulu
May 8, 1987 Gardens of Stone $13 million $5,262,050
May 15, 1987 Made in U.S.A. Distribution only; produced by Hemdale Film Corporation[N 2]
May 22, 1987 Amazing Grace and Chuck
July 10, 1987 The Squeeze $2,228,951
July 30, 1987 High Tide Distribution only; produced by Hemdale Film Corporation[N 2] $138,288
August 1, 1987 Love at Stake Distribution only; produced by Hemdale Film Corporation[N 2]
August 7, 1987 Nadine $12 million $5,669,831
August 14, 1987 The Monster Squad Distribution only; produced by Taft Entertainment[N 4] $12 million $3,769,990
September 18, 1987 The Principal $19,734,940
October 2, 1987 Like Father Like Son $34,377,585
October 9, 1987 Man on Fire Distribution only; produced by Sept Films Cima Produzioni $519,596
October 23, 1987 Suspect $18,782,400
October 30, 1987 Gaby: A True Story $5 million $125,400
November 13, 1987 The Running Man Distribution only; produced by Taft Entertainment[N 4] $27 million $38,122,105
December 18, 1987 Ironweed Distribution only; produced by Taft Entertainment[N 4] $7,393,346
January 15, 1988 For Keeps $17,514,553
March 4, 1988 Switching Channels $19 million $9,129,999
March 18, 1988 Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $586,938
April 1, 1988 The Seventh Sign $18,875,011
April 29, 1988 Sunset $19 million $4,594,452
May 25, 1988 Rambo III Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $62 million $189,015,611
June 17, 1988 Red Heat Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $34,994,648
July 6, 1988 Short Circuit 2 $21,630,088
August 5, 1988 The Blob $19 million $8,247,943
September 23, 1988 Sweet Hearts Dance $3,790,493
October 14, 1988 The Kiss $2.5 million $1,869,148
October 19, 1988 The Bear $31,753,898
October 21, 1988 Bat*21 Distribution only; produced by Vision PDG[N 2] $3,966,256
November 11, 1988 Iron Eagle II Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $10,497,324
November 18, 1988 High Spirits Distribution only; produced by Vision PDG[N 2] $15.5 million $8,578,231
January 13, 1989 DeepStar Six Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $8,143,225
February 3, 1989 Who's Harry Crumb? $10,982,000
February 10, 1989 Tap $9,114,702
March 10, 1989 Chances Are $16 million $16,278,590
March 19, 1989 Slaves of New York $463,972
March 31, 1989 Sing $11.5 million $2,260,616
April 28, 1989 Loverboy $3,960,327
May 12, 1989 See No Evil, Hear No Evil $18 million $46,908,987
May 19, 1989 Fright Night II International theatrical distribution $2,983,784
August 4, 1989 Lock Up Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $24 million $22,099,847
September 29, 1989 Johnny Handsome Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $20 million $7,237,794
October 13, 1989 Look Who's Talking $7.5 million $296,999,813
November 15, 1989 Steel Magnolias $95,904,091
December 15, 1989 Family Business $12,195,695
December 15, 1989 Glory $18 million $26,828,365
December 22, 1989 Music Box Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $6,263,883

1990s

Release Date Film Title Notes Budget Gross
February 9, 1990 Loose Cannons $15 million $5,585,154
February 23, 1990 Mountains of the Moon Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3]
March 16, 1990 Blind Fury $2,692,037
March 30, 1990 Side Out
April 6, 1990 I Love You to Death $16,186,793
April 27, 1990 Q&A $6 million $11,207,891
June 1, 1990 Total Recall Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $65 million $261,299,840
July 20, 1990 The Freshman $21,460,601
August 10, 1990 Air America Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $35 million $31,053,601
September 21, 1990 Narrow Margin Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $10,873,237
October 5, 1990 Avalon $15,740,796
November 2, 1990 Jacob's Ladder Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $25 million $26,118,851
December 14, 1990 Look Who's Talking Too $47,789,074
February 8, 1991 L.A. Story Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $28,862,081
March 1, 1991 The Doors Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures and Imagine Entertainment[N 3] $30 million $34,416,893
April 26, 1991 Toy Soldiers $10 million $15,073,942
May 24, 1991 Hudson Hawk $65 million $17,218,080
July 3, 1991 Terminator 2: Judgment Day Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures and Lightstorm Entertainment[N 3] $94-$102 million $519,843,345
July 26, 1991 Another You $17 million $2,865,916
August 9, 1991 Bingo $8,667,684
September 20, 1991 The Fisher King $24 million $41,895,491
December 11, 1991 Hook co-production with Amblin Entertainment $70 million $300,854,823
December 20, 1991 Bugsy Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. $30 million $49,114,016
March 20, 1992 Basic Instinct Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures and Le Studio Canal +[N 3] $49 million $352,927,224
April 3, 1992 Thunderheart $22,660,758
April 15, 1992 City of Joy $27 million $14,683,921
July 10, 1992 Universal Soldier Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures and Centropolis Entertainment[N 3] $23 million $102,299,898
September 11, 1992 Wind $5,519,569
September 18, 1992 Husbands and Wives $20 million $10,555,619
October 16, 1992 Candyman co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Propaganda Films $8 million $25,792,310
December 25, 1992 Chaplin Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures[N 3] $31 million $9,493,259
January 29, 1993 Sniper $18,994,653
May 28, 1993 Cliffhanger Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures and Le Studio Canal + $65 million $255,325,036
June 25, 1993 Sleepless in Seattle $21 million $227,799,884
July 9, 1993 Weekend at Bernie's II $7 million $12,741,891
July 30, 1993 So I Married an Axe Murderer $20 million $11,585,483
August 18, 1993 Manhattan Murder Mystery $13.5 million $11,285,588
August 20, 1993 Wilder Napalm $84,859
October 8, 1993 Mr. Jones $25 million $8,345,845
October 22, 1993 Rudy $12 million $22,750,363
November 5, 1993 Look Who's Talking Now $22 million $10,340,263
December 23, 1993 Philadelphia $26 million $206,678,440
March 11, 1994 Guarding Tess $20 million $27,058,304
April 8, 1994 Threesome $10 million $14,815,317
April 15, 1994 Cops and Robbersons $11,391,093
May 6, 1994 3 Ninjas Kick Back $11,798,854
July 29, 1994 It Could Happen to You $37,939,757
August 25, 1994 Wagons East! Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures $4,412,297
September 16, 1994 Princess Caraboo $3,021,629
October 7, 1994 Only You $20,059,210
November 4, 1994 Mary Shelley's Frankenstein $45 million $112,006,296
December 16, 1994 Legends of the Fall $30 million $160,638,883
December 21, 1994 Mixed Nuts $15 million $6,821,850
February 10, 1995 The Quick and the Dead $32 million $18,636,537
March 3, 1995 Hideaway $15 million $12,201,255
March 10, 1995 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up $407,618
April 12, 1995 Jury Duty $21 million $17,014,653
May 26, 1995 Johnny Mnemonic $26 million $19,075,720
August 30, 1995 Magic in the Water co-production with Triumph Films $2.68 million
September 29, 1995 Devil in a Blue Dress $27 million $16,140,822
October 20, 1995 Never Talk to Strangers $6.4 million $6,858,261
December 15, 1995 Jumanji co-production with Interscope Communications $65 million $262,797,249
February 23, 1996 Mary Reilly $47 million $12,379,402
March 8, 1996 If Lucy Fell $5 million $2,420,162
March 22, 1996 Race the Sun $1,945,552
April 19, 1996 Mrs. Winterbourne $25 million $10,082,005
April 26, 1996 Sunset Park $10,163,782
August 2, 1996 Matilda $36 million $61,405,356
August 16, 1996 The Fan co-production with Mandalay Pictures $55 million $18,626,419
October 25, 1996 High School High $21,302,121
November 15, 1996 The Mirror Has Two Faces $42 million $73,052,428
December 13, 1996 Jerry Maguire Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. $50 million $273,552,592
January 17, 1997 Beverly Hills Ninja $18 million $31,480,418
January 18, 1997 Love Walked In
February 7, 1997 The Pest $17 million $3,506,206
February 28, 1997 Donnie Brasco co-production with Mandalay Pictures $35 million $124,909,762
May 16, 1997 The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli and Baloo
June 20, 1997 My Best Friend's Wedding $38 million $299,288,605
October 8, 1997 Seven Years in Tibet co-production with Mandalay Pictures $70 million $131,457,682
November 7, 1997 Starship Troopers U.S. distribution; co-production with Touchstone Pictures $105 million $121,214,377
December 25, 1997 As Good as It Gets Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. $50 million $314,178,011
January 23, 1998 Slappy and the Stinkers co-production with The Bubble Factory
January 23, 1998 Swept from the Sea co-production with Phoenix Pictures $283,081
March 6, 1998 Hush $21 million $13,513,622
April 10, 1998 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain $375,805
April 17, 1998 Homegrown
April 24, 1998 In God's Hands
April 24, 1998 The Big Hit $13 million $27,052,167
April 24, 1998 Gojira tai Kingu Gidora Direct-to-video release with English dubbing. Originally released in 1991. Distribution only; produced by Toho Company, Ltd..
April 24, 1998 Gojira tai Mosura Direct-to-video release with English dubbing. Originally released in 1992. Distribution only; produced by Toho Company, Ltd..
May 20, 1998 Godzilla co-production with Centropolis Entertainment $130 million $379,014,294
July 10, 1998 Madeline $36,967,750
July 17, 1998 The Mask of Zorro co-production with Amblin Entertainment $96 million $250,288,523
September 25, 1998 Urban Legend co-production with Phoenix Pictures $14 million $72,527,595
October 23, 1998 Apt Pupil co-production with Phoenix Pictures $14 million $8,863,193
December 18, 1998 Outside Ozona
January 19, 1999 Gojira tai SupesuGojira Direct-to-video release with English dubbing. Originally released in 1994. Distribution only; produced by Toho Company, Ltd..
January 19, 1999 Gojira tai Desutoroia Direct-to-video release with English dubbing. Originally released in 1995. Distribution only; produced by Toho Company, Ltd..
February 19, 1999 Jawbreaker $3.5 million $3,117,085
March 12, 1999 Baby Geniuses $18 million $36,450,736
August 3, 1999 Gojira tai Mekagojira Direct-to-video release with English dubbing. Originally released in 1993. Distribution only; produced by Toho Company, Ltd..
August 20, 1999 Universal Soldier: The Return $45 million $10,937,893
October 29, 1999 The Suburbans

2000s

Release Date Film Title Notes Budget Gross
August 18, 2000 Godzilla 2000 Japanese language dubbed in English. Originally released in 1999. Distribution only; produced by Toho Company, Ltd. $8.3 million $10,037,390 (U.S. release)
May 4, 2001 Time and Tide
May 11, 2001 The Trumpet of the Swan co-production with RichCrest Animation Studios $102,202
May 26, 2001 Metropolis (subtitled) co-production with Destination Films $14.5 million $4,035,192
June 29, 2001 The Crimson Rivers distribution - USA theatrical release; DVD distributed by Screen Gems $14 million $60 million
April 12, 2002 New Best Friend $46,375
August 23, 2002 Little Secrets distribution $405,792
September 27, 2002 Wasabi $10,366,360
August 22, 2003 The Medallion distribution $41 million $34,268,701
June 4, 2005 Lords of Dogtown co-production with Columbia Pictures $25 million $13,411,957
September 28, 2005 Oliver Twist $60 million $42,580,321
April 21, 2006 Silent Hill Co-production with Davis Films, Konami and Team Silent $50 million $97,607,453
September 1, 2006 Crossover co-production with 360 Pictures $5.8 million $7,009,668
October 20, 2006 Running with Scissors $7,460,797
March 16, 2007 Premonition co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Hyde Park Entertainment and Offspring $20 million $84,146,832
April 27, 2007 Wind Chill
July 28, 2007 I Know Who Killed Me co-production with 360 Pictures $12 million $9,669,758
August 8, 2007 Daddy Day Camp co-production with Revolution Studios, Davis Entertainment Company and Blue Star Entertainment $6 million $18,197,398
September 7, 2007 The Brothers Solomon distribution; produced by Revolution Studios and Carsey-Werner Productions $10 million $1,035,056
April 18, 2008 88 Minutes distribution; co-production with Millienium Films and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group $30 million $32,573,503
October 24, 2008 Passengers co-production with Mandate Pictures $25 million $4,763,917
December 5, 2008 Cadillac Records co-production with Sony Music Film and Parkwood Pictures $12 million $8,880,045
August 14, 2009 District 9 Nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture. Co-production with WingNut Films and QED International $30 million $210,816,205
November 20, 2009 Planet 51 U.S. distribution; produced by Ilion Animation Studios and HandMade Films $70 million $105,432,013.

2010s

Release Date Film Title Notes Budget Gross
November 24, 2010 Faster international distribution; co-production with CBS Films, Castle Rock Entertainment and State Street Pictures $24 million $35,542,923
April 8, 2011 Soul Surfer U.S. distribution with Affirm Films, FilmDistrict. Produced by Mandalay Vision, Brookwell McNamara Entertainment, Island Film Group, Enticing Entertainment and Life's a Beach Entertainment $18 million $44,268,170
May 6, 2011 Jumping the Broom co-production with Stage 6 Films and Our Stories Films $6.6 million $37,710,610
August 26, 2011 Colombiana co-production with Stage 6 Films and EuropaCorp $40 million $60,965,854
September 30, 2011 Courageous co-production with Affirm Films $2,000,000 $34,522,221
August 17, 2012 Sparkle co-production with Stage 6 Films and Phoenix Pictures $14 million $24,397,469
September 28, 2012 Looper U.S. distribution only with FilmDistrict; produced by Endgame Entertainment and DMG Entertainment $30 million $176,506,819
March 15, 2013 The Call co-production with Stage 6 Films, WWE Studios and Troika Pictures $13 million $51,595,372
April 5, 2013 Evil Dead co-production with Ghost House Pictures and FilmDistrict $17 million $97,542,952
August 9, 2013 Elysium co-production with Media Rights Capital and QED International $115 million $286,140,700
August 30, 2013 One Direction: This Is Us co-production with Warrior Poets, Syco Film and Modest! Entertainment $10 million $24,371,348
February 21, 2014 Pompeii U.S. distribution only; produced by Impact Pictures, FilmDistrict and Constantin Film $100 million
April 16, 2014 Heaven Is for Real co-production with Roth Films and TJ Enterprises
May 9, 2014 Moms' Night Out co-production with Affirm Films and Provident Films
August 22, 2014 When the Game Stands Tall co-production with Affirm Films and Mandalay Pictures

Upcoming films

Release Date Film Title Notes Budget Gross
March 6, 2015 Chappie co-production with Media Rights Capital
June 26, 2015 Ricki and the Flash with TriStar Productions
October 2, 2015 The Walk with TriStar Productions
TBA Invertigo

Notes

  1. ^ Rights now belong to Warner Bros. which were previously handled by StudioCanal.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Rights now belong to MGM
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Rights now belong to StudioCanal.
  4. ^ a b c d Rights now belong to Republic Pictures

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