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In Spring 2012, Good Universe was launched as longtime partners Joe Drake and Nathan Kahane transitioned out of Lionsgate, where Drake served as the president of the Lionsgate Motion Picture Group and Kahane as the president of Mandate Pictures. The new company, with the infrastructure and resources to develop, package, produce and fully finance its movies, kicked off at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. In 2017, Good Universe became a subsidiary of Lionsgate following Joe Drake's return to the company as co-chair of the motion picture group.
- Always Be My Maybe (2019) (released by Netflix)
- Good Boys (2019) (released by Universal Studios)
- Grudge (2019) (released by Columbia Pictures)
- Flarsky (2019) (released by Summit Entertainment)
- Ibiza (2018) (released by Netflix)
- Extinction (2018) (released by Netflix)
- Blockers (2018) (released by Universal Studios)
- The Disaster Artist (2017) (released by A24 (United States) and Warner Bros. Pictures (International))
- The House (2017) (released by Warner Bros. Pictures)
- Don't Breathe (2016) (released by Stage 6 Films and Screen Gems)
- Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016) (released by Universal Studios)
- The Night Before (2015) (released by Columbia Pictures)
- Neighbors (2014) (released by Universal Studios)
- Oldboy (2013) (released by FilmDistrict)
- Last Vegas (2013) (released by CBS Films)
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- "Good Universe sells at Cannes". Variety. Retrieved August 19, 2016.
- "Lionsgate Names Joe Drake Co-Chair of Motion Picture Group". Variety.
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