Rogue logo, used from 2010-present
March 2004 (relaunch)
|Headquarters||Universal City, California, United States|
|Parent||PolyGram Pictures (1997-1999)
Universal Pictures (1999-2004)
Focus Features (2004-2009)
Relativity Media (2009-present)
Rogue (formerly Rogue Pictures) is a subsidiary of Relativity Media. The company has about 25 titles in its library.
In 1997, Rogue Pictures was formed as a division of PolyGram Pictures but the name was dropped in 2000 after Universal Pictures bought PolyGram. In 2004, the name was revived as part of Universal-owned Focus Features, with a goal of "high-quality suspense, action, thriller and urban features with mainstream appeal and franchise potential".'
In 2005, Universal expanded the company's operations to become a stand-alone division with a new goal of releasing ten films annually. Later that year, Universal and Rogue signed a deal with newly formed Intrepid Pictures to produce, co-finance, and distribute films for five years. In 2007, distribution and marketing of Rogue Pictures films were moved to Universal in company-wide shifts to accommodate Focus Features, putting Rogue Pictures under greater control of the parent company.
In 2008, Relativity Media approached Universal about buying the company, a move described in the entertainment media as "bold." The following year, Relativity completed acquisition of the company. At the time of purchase, Rogue Pictures had more than two dozen titles in its library, four upcoming films, and more than thirty projects in development. Today, with Relativity's establishment as a self-distribution unit, Rogue handles their product through its parent company.
- Division of PolyGram Pictures
|subsidiary of Universal Studios|
|September 24, 2004||Shaun of the Dead|
|November 12, 2004||Seed of Chucky|
|January 19, 2005||Assault on Precinct 13|
|May 13, 2005||Unleashed|
|September 16, 2005||Cry Wolf|
|March 3, 2006||Dave Chappelle's Block Party|
|June 23, 2006||Waist Deep|
|September 22, 2006||Fearless|
|November 10, 2006||The Return|
|January 19, 2007||The Hitcher|
|April 20, 2007||Hot Fuzz|
|August 29, 2007||Balls of Fury|
|March 14, 2008||Doomsday|
|May 30, 2008||The Strangers|
|subsidiary of Relativity Media|
|January 9, 2009||The Unborn|
|March 13, 2009||The Last House on the Left|
|April 24, 2009||Fighting|
|August 7, 2009||A Perfect Getaway|
|May 21, 2010||MacGruber|
|September 17, 2010||Catfish|
|October 8, 2010||My Soul to Take|
|November 12, 2010||Skyline|
|December 3, 2010||The Warrior's Way|
|January 7, 2011||Season of the Witch|
|March 4, 2011||Take Me Home Tonight|
|March 18, 2011||Limitless|
|May 20, 2011||Cost of a Soul|
|September 2, 2011||Shark Night 3D|
|January 25, 2013||Movie 43|
|August 21, 2015||Undead End|
- Mohr, Ian (March 25, 2004). "Uni's Focus reveals Rogue plan". The Hollywood Reporter.
- Kilday, Gregg (May 19, 2005). "Uni's Rogue given solo spot". The Hollywood Reporter.
- Goldstein, Gregg (December 16, 2005). "Intrepid makes Rogue films". The Hollywood Reporter.
- Goldstein, Gregg (October 16, 2007). "New Focus has Rogue Pictures under Universal". The Hollywood Reporter.
- Zeitchik, Steven (October 23, 2008). "Bold gambit by Relativity's Ryan Kavanaugh". The Hollywood Reporter.
- Kit, Borys (January 4, 2009). "Relativity completes Rogue acquisition". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 4, 2009.