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
June 26, 2015 Ricki and the Flash with TriStar Productions
October 2, 2015 The Walk with TriStar Productions
TBA Invertigo
TBA Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk with TriStar Productions and Film4

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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