List of films released by New Line Cinema

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The following is a list of films produced, co-produced, and/or distributed by New Line Cinema.

Films[edit]

1960s[edit]

Release date Film title Notes
July 18, 1967 Late August at the Hotel Ozone The first film by New Line Cinema
December 26, 1967 Magical Mystery Tour USA distribution only; produced by Apple Corps and BBC Films
1968 The Virgin President

1970s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
April 10, 1970 Multiple Maniacs Produced by Dreamland $5,000
July 8, 1971 Mississippi Summer
December 15, 1971 Even Dwarfs Started Small USA distribution only; produced by Werner Herzog Filmproduktion $200,000
March 17, 1972 Pink Flamingos $10,000 $7,000,000
1973 Reefer Madness USA theatrical re-release $100,000
October 1, 1974 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre USA theatrical re-release $300,000 $30,859,000
October 4, 1974 Female Trouble produced by Dreamland and Saliva Films $25,000
November 6, 1974 The Nada Gang USA distribution only; produced by Italian International Film, Les Films de la Boétie and Verona Produzione
November 1974 The Street Fighter USA distribution only; produced by Toei Company
May 1975 Nuits Rouges May 1975 USA distribution only
December 3, 1975 Return of the Street Fighter USA distribution only; produced by Toei Company
February 1976 Sister Street Fighter USA distribution only; produced by Toei Company
March 10, 1976 Immoral Tales USA theatrical distribution only; subtitled version
June 1976 The Cars That Ate Paris USA distribution only; produced by The Australian Film Development Corporation and Royce Smeal Film Productions. Reedited and retitled The Cars That Eat People $250,000
January 1977 Tattooed Hit Man USA distribution only; produced by Toei Company
May 27, 1977 Desperate Living $65,000
June 1977 Stunts USA distribution only; produced by Mark Fleischman Ltd. and Spiegel-Bergman Productions Inc.
1978 Night of the Living Dead Re-release; public domain film $114,000 $256,147,434
April 15, 1978 The Scenic Route
June 7, 1978 Servant and Mistress
December 17, 1978 Get Out Your Handkerchiefs USA distribution only; subtitled version
1979 The Street Fighter's Last Revenge USA distribution only; produced by Toei Company
October 24, 1979 Wise Blood $1,000,000
December 21, 1979 Stay As You Are USA distribution only; subtitled version

1980s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
May 1980 Underground U.S.A.
May 29, 1981 Polyester $300,000
October 11, 1981 Beau-pere USA distribution only
October 15, 1981 The Evil Dead distributor only; produced by Renaissance Pictures (who now own the rights with Anchor Bay handling distribution in the US) $350,000–400,000 $2,400,000
October 1981 Smokey Bites the Dust
1982 Bronson Lee, Champion USA distribution only; produced by Toei Company
May 1982 Beach House
Roaring Fire
November 12, 1982 Alone in the Dark
November 19, 1982 Smithereens distribution
January 1983 Xtro USA distribution only
June 1983 Heatwave USA distribution only $1 million $267,000
July 13, 1983 The First Time
September 2, 1983 Escape from the Bronx USA distribution only
January 13, 1984 Betrayal USA distribution only
January 19, 1984 Copkiller USA distribution only
January 1984 Warriors of the Wasteland USA distribution only
February 3, 1984 Dear Maestro USA distribution only
February 15, 1984 Ator l'invincibile 2 aka Cave Dwellers USA distribution only
February 1984 Running Hot distribution
April 1984 Big Meat Eater
May 2, 1984 Ferestadeh
June 1984 Blind Date distribution
August 15, 1984 Half a Life USA distribution only
September 1984 The Ninja Mission USA distribution only
November 16, 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street $1.8 million $26,319,961
Special Effects distributor; produced by Hemdale Film Corporation
November 1984 Perfect Strangers
1985 Crime Killer
January 1985 Exterminators in the Year 3000
April 9, 1985 Lily in Love USA distribution only
April 1985 Self Defense distributor; produced by Salter Street Films
May 17, 1985 Return to Waterloo USA distribution only; produced by Channel 4
August 2, 1985 Phenomena USA distribution only $3,800,000
September 27, 1985 The Death of Mario Ricci USA distribution only
September 1985 Buddies distribution
November 1, 1985 A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge USA distribution only $3 million $30 million
April 11, 1986 Critters $2 million $13,167,232
April 1986 The Ladies Club
July 18, 1986 Sincerely Charlotte USA distribution only
September 24, 1986 L'Effrontee USA distribution only
November 7, 1986 Sid and Nancy distribution $4 million $2,826,523
November 8, 1986 Quiet Cool $1,900,000
February 27, 1987 A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors $4.5 million $44,793,222
April 24, 1987 My Demon Lover
June 19, 1987 Summer Night, with Greek Profile, Almond Eyes and Scent of Basil
August 28, 1987 The Rosary Murders USA distribution only
October 20, 1987 The Hidden $5 million $9,747,988
November 20, 1987 Stranded
February 26, 1988 Hairspray also remade in 2007 $2 million $8,271,108
April 22, 1988 Eat the Rich
April 29, 1988 Critters 2: The Main Course
May 6, 1988 Judgment in Berlin distribution
June 17, 1988 The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years $500,000 $373,743
June 24, 1988 A Handful of Dust USA distribution only
August 19, 1988 A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master $13 million $49,369,899
September 16, 1988 The Prince of Pennsylvania $5,415
Tougher Than Leather $3,546,846
November 1988 Lucky Stiff
December 14, 1988 Torch Song Trilogy $4,865,997
March 3, 1989 Hit List distribution; produced by CineTel Films
March 24, 1989 976-EVIL distribution; produced by CineTel Films $2,955,917
May 5, 1989 Out of the Dark distribution; produced by CineTel Films $1,600,000 $419,428
May 19, 1989 Food of the Gods II distribution; produced by Carolco Pictures
June 2, 1989 No Holds Barred $8,000,000 $16,093,651
June 30, 1989 A Sinful Life
July 28, 1989 Babar: The Movie theatrical distributor only $1,305,187
August 11, 1989 A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child $8,000,000 $22,168,359
August 30, 1989 Relentless distribution; produced by CineTel Films $6,985,999
November 10, 1989 Communion $1,920,000

1990s[edit]

Title Release Date Notes Budget Gross
1990 Missing Parents
January 12, 1990 Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III $2 million $5,765,562
February 2, 1990 Heart Condition $4,134,992
February 23, 1990 The Blood of Heroes $10 million
March 9, 1990 House Party $2.5 million $26,385,627
March 30, 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles distribution only; produced by Mirage Studios and Golden Harvest $13.5 million $201,965,915
May 11, 1990 Far Out Man distribution; produced by CineTel Films
July 27, 1990 Chicago Joe and the Showgirl USA distribution only, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Working Title Films $85,395
August 3, 1990 Metropolitan $225,000 $2,938,208
August 22, 1990 Pump Up the Volume $11,541,758
September 7, 1990 Masters of Menace distribution; produced by CineTel Films
September 14, 1990 Fools of Fortune USA distribution only, co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Channel Four Films
Repossessed distribution; produced by Carolco Pictures $1,382,462
September 28, 1990 King of New York distribution; produced by Carolco Pictures $2,554,476
October 15, 1990 Book of Love $2 million $1,382,259
October 26, 1990 The Man Inside
January 18, 1991 Cadence distribution; produced by Republic Pictures
January 25, 1991 Too Much Sun distribution; produced by CineTel Films
February 1, 1991 Queens Logic distribution; produced by New Visions Pictures $12 million $612,781
March 10, 1991 Shadow of China
March 22, 1991 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze US distribution only; produced by Golden Harvest and Mirage Studios; 20th Century Fox held international distribution $25 million $78,656,813
April 5, 1991 Hangin' with the Homeboys
April 19, 1991 Drop Dead Fred USA distribution only; co-production with PolyGram Filmed Entertainment and Working Title Films $13,878,334
May 10, 1991 Sweet Talker distribution
May 17, 1991 Dice Rules USA distribution only
June 21, 1991 Suburban Commando $11 million $6,948,859
August 16, 1991 Talkin' Dirty After Dark
August 23, 1991 Defenseless USA distribution only $6,413,375
Naked Tango USA distribution only
August 30, 1991 Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time theatrical distribution only $6 million $869,235
September 13, 1991 Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare $11 million $34,872,033
September 20, 1991 Rambling Rose distribution; produced by Carolco Pictures $7.5 million $6,266,671
Late for Dinner co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment
October 4, 1991 Heaven Is a Playground
Night on Earth $2,015,810
October 21, 1991 Past Midnight distribution; produced by CineTel Films
October 23, 1991 House Party 2 $5 million $19,438,638
October 25, 1991 Get Back distribution; produced by Carolco Pictures
December 11, 1991 Critters 3
March 6, 1992 The Lawnmower Man $10 million $32,100,816
April 15, 1992 Deep Cover $16,639,799
April 24, 1992 Year of the Comet co-production with Columbia Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment $12 million $2,791,515
May 8, 1992 Big Girls Don't Cry... They Get Even $1 million $271,327
Poison Ivy $3 million $1,829,804
June 12, 1992 Aces: Iron Eagle III distribution; produced by Carolco Pictures $2,517,600
August 21, 1992 Light Sleeper distribution $5 million $1,050,861
August 28, 1992 Honeymoon in Vegas co-production with Columbia Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment $25 million $35,208,854
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me $10 million $4,781,186
September 3, 1992 Live Wire $11 million
September 11, 1992 Where the Day Takes You distribution; produced by CineTel Films $3 million
September 23, 1992 Mr. Saturday Night co-production with Columbia Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment $13,351,357
October 2, 1992 Glengarry Glen Ross distribution only; rights now held by Lionsgate $12.5 million $10,725,228
October 9, 1992 Johnny Stecchino USA distribution only
October 14, 1992 Critters 4
December 23, 1992 Damage USA distribution only; co-production with Le Studio Canal+ and Channel Four Films $7,532,911
February 5, 1993 Loaded Weapon 1 known as 'National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1' $8.2 million $27,979,399
March 3, 1993 Sunset Grill co-production with The Movie Group and Cinema Studio
March 5, 1993 Amos & Andrew co-production with Columbia Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment $17 million $9,745,803
March 17, 1993 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III co-production with Mirage Studios $21 million $42,273,609
April 23, 1993 Who's the Man? co-production with de Passe Entertainment $11,299,730
April 30, 1993 Three of Hearts $5,495,507
May 14, 1993 Excessive Force $3 million $1,152,117
May 26, 1993 Menace II Society $3.5 million $27.9 million
May 28, 1993 Happily Ever After co-production with Filmation $3,299,382
August 13, 1993 Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday $3 million $15,935,068
August 20, 1993 Surf Ninjas $4,916,135
August 27, 1993 Needful Things co-production with Columbia Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment $15,185,672
October 1, 1993 Malice co-production with Columbia Pictures, Castle Rock Entertainment and Nelvana Limited $20 million $46,405,336
October 8, 1993 Gettysburg $25 million $10,769,960
Mr. Nanny $10 million $4,348,572
November 19, 1993 Man's Best Friend $6 million $12,974,636
November 24, 1993 Josh and S.A.M. co-production with Columbia Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment $18 million $1,640,220
1994 Force on Force
Rave, Dancing to a Different Beat
January 12, 1994 House Party 3 $19,281,235
January 26, 1994 Blink $11 million $16,696,219
February 25, 1994 8 Seconds $7 million $19,623,396
March 18, 1994 Monkey Trouble $16,453,258
March 23, 1994 Above the Rim $6.5 million $16,192,320
April 15, 1994 Surviving the Game $7.4 million $7,690,013
June 3, 1994 The Endless Summer II
July 22, 1994 North co-production with Columbia Pictures and Castle Rock Entertainment $40 million $7,182,747
July 29, 1994 The Mask $23 million $351,583,407
August 12, 1994 Corrina, Corrina $22 million $20,164,171
October 14, 1994 Wes Craven's New Nightmare $8 million $18,090,181
November 18, 1994 The Swan Princess theatrical distribution only $35 million $9,771,658
December 16, 1994 Dumb and Dumber $17 million $247,275,374
December 23, 1994 Safe Passage $1.6 million
1995 Silent Hunter
Howling: New Moon Rising $250,000
February 3, 1995 In the Mouth of Madness $8 million $8,946,600
March 3, 1995 The Mangler
April 7, 1995 Don Juan DeMarco co-production with American Zoetrope $25 million $68,792,531
April 21, 1995 The Basketball Diaries $2,424,439
April 26, 1995 Friday $3.5 million $28,215,918
May 3, 1995 My Family co-production with American Zoetrope $5.5 million $11,079,373
May 19, 1995 Little Odessa $1,095,885
August 18, 1995 Mortal Kombat $18 million $122,195,920
September 8, 1995 National Lampoon's Senior Trip $4,686,937
September 15, 1995 Angus co-production with BBC and Turner Pictures $1.5 million $4,821,759
September 22, 1995 Seven $33 million $327,311,859
October 13, 1995 Delta of Venus
October 20, 1995 Now and Then $12 million $37,591,674
January 12, 1996 Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace $2,409,225
January 26, 1996 Bed of Roses $19,030,691
February 9, 1996 Pie in the Sky
February 23, 1996 Rumble in the Bronx USA distribution only; co-production with Golden Harvest
April 3, 1996 Faithful USA distribution only; co-production with Savoy Pictures, TriBeCa Productions and Miramax Films $13 million $9,789,900
A Thin Line Between Love and Hate co-production with Savoy Pictures $8 million $34,746,109
May 17, 1996 Heaven's Prisoners distribution; produced by Savoy Pictures $25 million $5,009,305
July 26, 1996 The Adventures of Pinocchio co-production with Savoy Pictures and The Kushner-Locker Company $25 million $15,094,530
August 23, 1996 The Island of Dr. Moreau $40 million $49,627,779
August 30, 1996 The Stupids co-production with Savoy Pictures and Imagine Entertainment $25 million $2,491,989
September 13, 1996 Feeling Minnesota $3,124,440
September 20, 1996 Last Man Standing $67 million $47,267,001
October 11, 1996 The Grass Harp
The Long Kiss Goodnight $65 million $89,456,761
October 25, 1996 Normal Life
October 1996 Bullet co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures
November 1, 1996 Mother Night $6 million $403,701
November 6, 1996 Set It Off $9 million $41,590,886
December 18, 1996 In Love and War $25,372,294
December 25, 1996 Michael released by Turner Pictures $46 million $119,718,203
1997 Raven's Blood
January 10, 1997 Jackie Chan's First Strike USA distribution only; co-production with Golden Harvest
February 12, 1997 Dangerous Ground $28 million $5,406,742
March 14, 1997 Love Jones $10 million $12,782,749
March 28, 1997 B*A*P*S $10 million $7,338,279
May 2, 1997 Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery $16.5 million $67,683,989
May 30, 1997 Trial and Error $25 million $14,598,571
June 25, 1997 Head Above Water
August 1, 1997 Spawn $40 million $87,840,042
August 22, 1997 Money Talks $25 million $48,407,611
October 10, 1997 Boogie Nights $15 million $43,101,594
Most Wanted $25 million $11,838,218
November 14, 1997 One Night Stand $24 million $2,642,983
November 21, 1997 Mortal Kombat: Annihilation $30 million $51,376,861
December 25, 1997 Wag the Dog $15 million $64,256,513
February 6, 1998 The Night Flier distributor $125,397
February 13, 1998 The Wedding Singer $26 million $123,306,987
February 27, 1998 Dark City $27 million $27,200,316
March 18, 1998 Mr. Nice Guy USA distribution only; co-production with Golden Harvest $12,716,953
April 3, 1998 Lost in Space $80 million $136,159,423
April 8, 1998 The Players Club $5 million $23,261,485
May 8, 1998 Woo $13 million $8,064,972
August 21, 1998 Blade co-production with Marvel Entertainment $45 million $131,183,530
September 18, 1998 Rush Hour $33 million $244,386,864
October 23, 1998 Pleasantville $60 million $49,805,462
October 30, 1998 Living Out Loud $20 million $15,610,299
October 30, 1998 American History X $20 million $23,875,127
February 12, 1999 Blast from the Past $35 million $40,263,020
March 12, 1999 The Corruptor $25 million $15,156,200
June 11, 1999 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me $33 million $312,016,858
July 23, 1999 Drop Dead Gorgeous $10-15 million $10,571,408
August 13, 1999 Detroit Rock City $15 million $24,217,115
August 27, 1999 The Astronaut's Wife $75 million $19,598,588
September 24, 1999 Dog Park co-production with Lions Gate Entertainment
October 22, 1999 Body Shots
November 5, 1999 The Bachelor $51 million $36,911,617
December 17, 1999 Magnolia $37 million $48,451,803

2000s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 12, 2000 Next Friday $11 million $59,827,328
February 18, 2000 Boiler Room $26 million $28,780,255
March 17, 2000 Final Destination $23 million $112,880,294
March 31, 2000 Price of Glory $10,000,000 $3,548,556
April 21, 2000 Love & Basketball $20 million $27,728,118
April 28, 2000 Frequency $22,000,000 $68,106,245
August 18, 2000 The Cell co-production with DiBonaventura Pictures $33 million $104,155,843
September 4, 2000 Turn It Up $13 million $1,247,949
October 13, 2000 Lost Souls $50 million $31,355,910
October 20, 2000 Bamboozled $10 million $2,463,650
October 27, 2000 The Little Vampire $35 million $27,965,865
November 10, 2000 Little Nicky co-production with Happy Madison $85 million $58,292,295
December 8, 2000 Dungeons & Dragons co-production with DiBonaventura Pictures $45 million $33,807,409
December 22, 2000 State and Main $6,944,471 $9,206,279
December 25, 2000 Thirteen Days co-production with Beacon Pictures $80 million $66,579,890
January 26, 2001 Sugar & Spice $27 million $16,908,947
March 9, 2001 15 Minutes co-production with Original Film and DiBonaventura Pictures $42,000,000 $56,359,980
April 6, 2001 Blow $53 million $83,282,296
April 27, 2001 Town & Country $90 million $10,372,291
April 27, 2001 Prison Song
July 20, 2001 Hedwig and the Angry Inch $6 million $3,644,200
August 3, 2001 Rush Hour 2 $90 million $347,325,802
September 14, 2001 The Prime Gig
October 24, 2001 Bones $16 million $7,316,658
November 9, 2001 Life as a House $27 million $23,903,791
December 19, 2001 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring co-production with WingNut Films and The Saul Zaentz Company $93 million $871,530,324
December 28, 2001 I Am Sam $46 million $97,818,139
January 25, 2002 Storytelling $921,445
February 15, 2002 John Q $36 million $71,026,631
March 8, 2002 All About the Benjamins $15,000,000 $26,306,533
March 22, 2002 Blade II co-production with Marvel Entertainment $55 million $155,010,032
April 26, 2002 Jason X co-production with DiBonaventura Pictures $14 million $16,951,798
June 28, 2002 Mr. Deeds co-production with Columbia Pictures and Happy Madison Productions $50,000,000 $171,269,535
July 26, 2002 Austin Powers in Goldmember $63 million $296,655,431
August 23, 2002 S1m0ne $10 million $19,576,023
October 11, 2002 Knockaround Guys $15 million $14,069,721
November 1, 2002 Punch-Drunk Love international distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios $25 million $24,665,649
November 22, 2002 Friday After Next $33,526,835
December 18, 2002 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers co-production with WingNut Films and The Saul Zaentz Company $94 million $926,047,111
December 20, 2002 About Schmidt $30 million $105,834,556
January 31, 2003 Final Destination 2 $26 million $90,426,405
March 15, 2003 Willard co-production with DiBonaventura Pictures $20 million $8,546,666
April 4, 2003 A Man Apart co-production with Original Film $36 million $44,350,926
April 25, 2003 The Real Cancun $7,500,000 $5,345,000
June 13, 2003 Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd $19 million $39,267,515
July 18, 2003 How to Deal $16,000,000 $14,308,132
August 15, 2003 Freddy vs. Jason $30 million $114,843,030
September 19, 2003 Secondhand Lions $30 million $47,902,566
October 17, 2003 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre co-production with Platinum Dunes $9.5 million $107,071,655
November 7, 2003 Elf $33 million $225,443,451
December 17, 2003 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King co-production with WingNut Films and The Saul Zaentz Company $94 million $1,119,929,521
January 23, 2004 The Butterfly Effect U.S. distribution only; Focus Features helds international sales rights $13 million $96,060,858
February 13, 2004 Highwaymen
April 30, 2004 Laws of Attraction co-production with Mobius Pictures $32 million $30,016,165
June 25, 2004 The Notebook $29 million $115,603,229
July 30, 2004 Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle $9 million $23,936,908
September 10, 2004 Cellular co-production with DiBonaventura Pictures $25,000,000 $56,422,687
October 8, 2004 Raise Your Voice U.S. distribution only $15 million $14,867,514
November 8, 2004 Birth $20 million $23,925,492
November 12, 2004 After the Sunset $59 million $61,347,797
December 8, 2004 Blade: Trinity co-production with Marvel Entertainment $65 million $128,905,366
February 18, 2005 Son of the Mask $57,552,641 $67,653,036
March 11, 2005 The Upside of Anger
April 22, 2005 King's Ransom $4,008,527
May 13, 2005 Monster-in-Law $43 million $154,749,918
July 15, 2005 Wedding Crashers $40 million $285,176,741
September 9, 2005 The Man $20,000,000 $10,393,696
September 30, 2005 A History of Violence $32 million $60,740,827
October 14, 2005 Domino $50 million $22,944,502
November 4, 2005 National Lampoon's Adam & Eve
November 23, 2005 Just Friends $50,912,434
December 25, 2005 The New World $30 million $30,536,013
February 10, 2006 Final Destination 3 $25 million $117,719,158
February 24, 2006 Running Scared $15 million $9,380,029
April 7, 2006 Take the Lead
May 5, 2006 Hoot co-production with Walden Media and The Kennedy/Marshall Company; based on the 2002 book by Carl Hiaasen $15 million $8,224,998
August 18, 2006 Snakes on a Plane $33 million $62,022,014
August 25, 2006 How to Eat Fried Worms co-production with Walden Media; based on the 1973 book by Thomas Rockwell $13,040,527
September 4, 2006 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning co-production with Platinum Dunes $13 million $51,764,406
October 27, 2006 Romeo & Juliet: Sealed with a Kiss co-production with Phil Nibbelink Productions $2,000,000 $463,002
November 3, 2006 Little Children $14 million $14,821,658
November 22, 2006 Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny $20 million $13,908,762
December 1, 2006 The Nativity Story $35,000,000 $46,432,364
January 5, 2007 Code Name: The Cleaner $20,000,000 $10,337,477
February 23, 2007 The Number 23 co-production with Contrafilm and Film Films $30 million $77,566,815
March 2, 2007 Full of It co-production with Relativity Media $486,722
March 23, 2007 The Last Mimzy $27,297,4512
April 20, 2007 Fracture co-production with Castle Rock Entertainment $10 million $91,354,215
July 20, 2007 Hairspray Based on the Broadway musical $75 million $202,548,575
August 10, 2007 Rush Hour 3 $140 million $258,022,233
September 7, 2007 Shoot 'Em Up $39,000,000 $26,820,641
September 14, 2007 Mr. Woodcock $22 million $33,035,245
October 19, 2007 Rendition $27,038,732
November 2, 2007 Martian Child co-production with Happy Madison Productions and Flower Films $27 million $9,292,446
November 16, 2007 Love in the Time of Cholera $50 million $31,337,584
December 7, 2007 The Golden Compass co-production with Scholastic Productions $180 million $372,234,864
February 7, 2008 Over Her Dead Body $10,000,000 $21,458,111
February 22, 2008 Be Kind Rewind co-production with The Bubble Factory $20 million $30,575,373
February 29, 2008 Semi-Pro New Line Cinema's last film released before becoming a division of Warner Bros. $55 million $43,884,904
April 25, 2008 Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay co-production with Mandate Pictures $12 million $43,493,123
May 30, 2008 Sex and the City co-production with HBO Films $65 million $415,253,641
July 2, 2008 Kit Kittredge: An American Girl $10,000,000 $17,657,973
July 11, 2008 Journey to the Center of the Earth co-production with Walden Media and Original Film $60 million $241,995,151
September 1, 2008 The Women $50,007,546
October 3, 2008 Appaloosa $20 million $27,641,569
October 24, 2008 Pride and Glory $30 million $43,440,721
November 26, 2008 Four Christmases co-production with Spyglass Entertainment $80 million $163,733,697
January 23, 2009 Inkheart $60 million $62,450,361
February 6, 2009 He's Just Not That Into You co-production with Flower Films $40 million $178,846,899
February 13, 2009 Friday the 13th co-production with Paramount Pictures and Platinum Dunes $19 million $91,379,051
April 17, 2009 17 Again co-production with Offspring Entertainment $40 million $136,267,476
May 1, 2009 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past $102,223,269
June 26, 2009 My Sister's Keeper $30 million $95,714,875
August 14, 2009 The Time Traveler's Wife co-production with Plan B Entertainment $39 million $101,229,792
September 7, 2009 The Final Destination Last solo film by New Line Cinema before co-produced with Warner Bros. $40 million $186,167,139

2010s[edit]

Release Date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 12, 2010 Valentine's Day First film by New Line Cinema co-produced with Warner Bros. $52 million $216,485,654
April 30, 2010 A Nightmare on Elm Street co-production with Platinum Dunes $35,000,000 $115,664,037
May 27, 2010 Sex and the City 2 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and HBO Films $95 million $305,153,249
September 3, 2010 Going the Distance $32 million $42,052,757
January 28, 2011 The Rite co-production with TriBeCa Productions; all films from this time onward were co-produced with Warner Bros. $37 million $96,047,633
February 25, 2011 Hall Pass co-production with Condurum Entertainment $36 million $83,160,734
July 8, 2011 Horrible Bosses co-production with Rat Entertainment $35–$37 million $209.6 million
August 12, 2011 Final Destination 5 $40 million $157,887,643
November 4, 2011 A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas co-production with Kingsgate Films and Mandate Pictures $19 million $35,387,212
December 9, 2011 New Year's Eve $56 million $142,044,638
February 10, 2012 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island co-production with Original Film, Walden Media and Contrafilm $79 million $325,860,290
June 15, 2012 Rock of Ages co-production with Offspring Entertainment and Maguire Entertainment $75 million $59,418,613
December 14, 2012 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and WingNut Films $200–315 million $1,017,003,568
March 1, 2013 Jack the Giant Slayer co-production with Legendary Pictures, Original Film, Big Kid Pictures and Bad Hat Harry $190–$200 million $197,687,603
March 15, 2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone co-production with Benderspink and Carousel Productions $30 million $27,388,840
July 19, 2013 The Conjuring $20 million $318,000,141
August 9, 2013 We're the Millers $37 million $148,561,678
December 13, 2013 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and WingNut Films $225 million $953,066,855
July 2, 2014 Tammy co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions
August 8, 2014 Into the Storm Co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Broken Road Productions $50 million $159.600.000
August 22, 2014 If I Stay Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer[1] $11 million $75.400.000
October 3, 2014 Annabelle Co-Production with Evergreen Media Group $9.500.000 $231.500.000
November 14, 2014 Dumb and Dumber To Studio credit only; co-production with Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Red Granite Pictures, and Conundrum Entertainment $40 million $123.900.000
November 26, 2014 Horrible Bosses 2 Co-production with Rat Entertainment
December 17, 2014 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and WingNut Films 250 million $954.9 million

Upcoming films[edit]

Release Date Title Notes
May 8, 2015 Hot Pursuit Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Pacific Standard
May 29, 2015 San Andreas Co-production with Flynn Picture Company and Village Roadshow Pictures
July 10, 2015 The Gallows
August 21, 2015 Me Before You
October 9, 2015 Vacation Co-production with Big Kid Pictures
2015 Within
2016 Sly Cooper USA, theatrical
February 12, 2016 How to Be Single
June 10, 2016 The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist Co-production with The Safran Company
June 17, 2016 Central Intelligence
April 5, 2019 Shazam Co-production with DC Entertainment
Tba Barbershop 3[2] Distribution
Co-production of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Cubevision

References[edit]