GK Films

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GK Films
IndustryMovie studio and television company
FounderGraham King

GK Films is a British film and television production company founded in 1990 by Graham King.[1]

In June 2016, Revolution Studios acquired the worldwide rights to five of GK Films' productions: Hugo, The Tourist, Edge of Darkness, The Rum Diary and The Young Victoria.[2]

In August 2017, GK signed a three-year first-look deal with Paramount Pictures.[3]


As GK Films[edit]

As Initial Entertainment Group[edit]

Television work[edit]

As GK-TV[edit]


  1. ^ "Graham King". Variety.
  2. ^ https://deadline.com/2016/06/revolution-acquisition-gk-films-library-hugo-the-tourist-1201776960
  3. ^ https://deadline.com/2017/08/graham-king-paramount-pictures-jim-gianopulos-gk-films-producing-deal-tomb-raider-freddie-mercury-bohemian-rhapsody-1202150079
  4. ^ Fleming Jr., Mike. "Michael Jackson Song 'Thriller' In Center Of Pic Auction". Deadline. Retrieved 16 January 2017.
  5. ^ Thriller on IMDb
  6. ^ Fleming Jr., Mike (5 January 2012). "Emma Stone Revs 'Little White Corvette' In 7-Figure Deal". Deadline. Retrieved 29 March 2017.
  7. ^ Little White Corvette on IMDb
  8. ^ Fleming Jr., Mike (25 June 2013). "Christopher McQuarrie Returns To Write, Direct GK Films Adaptation Of British Miniseries 'Unforgiven'". Deadline. Retrieved 29 March 2017.

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