List of theatrically released Lionsgate films

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This is a list of films produced and/or distributed by Lionsgate. Since 1997, over 200 films have been released. As of June 2016, Lionsgate's films grossed approximately $6.97 billion.[1]

Films[edit]

1990s[edit]

Film Release Notes
The Pillow Book June 6, 1997 limited release; first Lionsgate film released
Guantanamera July 4, 1997
Les Boys December 12, 1997
Love and Death on Long Island March 6, 1998 limited release
U.S. distribution only
Junk Mail April 10, 1998 limited release
Also known as Budbringeren
Mr. Jealousy June 5, 1998 limited release
Buffalo '66 June 26, 1998 limited release
Gadjo dilo August 7, 1998 Also known as The Crazy Stranger
limited release
U.S. distribution only
A Merry War August 28, 1998 limited release
Also known as Keep the Aspidistra Flying
I Married a Strange Person! August 28, 1998 limited release
The Alarmist October 16, 1998 limited release
Blood, Guts, Bullets and Octane October 16, 1998 limited release
The First 9½ Weeks November 3, 1998 limited release
Gods and Monsters November 6, 1998 limited release
Red Violin, TheThe Red Violin November 6, 1998 limited release
U.S. distribution only
Savior November 20, 1998 limited release
Hi-Life December 4, 1998 limited release
Jerry and Tom December 4, 1998 limited release
Shattered Image December 4, 1998 limited release
Les Boys II December 11, 1998 limited release
Affliction December 30, 1998 limited release
Giving It Up January 17, 1999 limited release
Also known as Casanova Falling
Metroland April 9, 1999 limited release
Friends & Lovers April 16, 1999 limited release
Last Night April 30, 1999 limited release
Empty Mirror, TheThe Empty Mirror May 7, 1999 limited release
Elvis Gratton II July 2, 1999 limited release
Le Dîner de Cons July 9, 1999 limited release
Also known as The Dinner Game in English
I'm Losing You July 16, 1999 limited release
co-production with Killer Films
All the Little Animals September 3, 1999 limited release
Hitman's Run October 26, 1999 limited release
Dogma November 12, 1999 First wide release
Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr. December 29, 1999 limited release

2000s[edit]

Film Release Notes
American Psycho April 14, 2000
Big Kahuna, TheThe Big Kahuna April 28, 2000 limited release
8½ Women May 26, 2000 limited release
Jesus' Son June 16, 2000 limited release
But I'm a Cheerleader July 7, 2000 limited release
The Eyes of Tammy Faye July 21, 2000 limited release
Love & Sex July 21, 2000 limited release
Urbania September 15, 2000 limited release
Taxi 2 October 6, 2000 limited release
Two Family House October 6, 2000 limited release
Stardom October 12, 2000 limited release
What's Cooking November 17, 2000 limited release
Shadow of the Vampire December 29, 2000 limited release
February 15, 1839 January 26, 2001 limited release
Original title 15 février 1839
The Widow of Saint-Pierre March 2, 2001 limited release
U.S. distribution only
Original title La veuve de Saint-Pierre
Amores Perros March 30, 2001 limited release
Golden Bowl, TheThe Golden Bowl April 27, 2001 limited release
Bread and Roses May 11, 2001 limited release
Songcatcher June 15, 2001 limited release
Bully July 13, 2001 limited release
Lost and Delirious July 6, 2001 limited release
All Over the Guy August 10, 2001 limited release
O August 21, 2001 Also known as O (Othello)
Liam September 21, 2001 limited release
Tape November 2, 2001 limited release
The Wash November 16, 2001
Les Boys III November 30, 2001 limited release
Lantana December 14, 2001 limited release
Monster's Ball December 26, 2001 limited release; opened wide March 1, 2002
State Property January 18, 2002 limited release
Cat's Meow, TheThe Cat's Meow April 12, 2002 limited release
Frailty April 12, 2002
Chelsea Walls April 19, 2002 limited release
Lovely & Amazing June 28, 2002 limited release
Secretary September 20, 2002
Rules of Attraction, TheThe Rules of Attraction October 11, 2002
Grey Zone, TheThe Grey Zone October 18, 2002 limited release
Narc December 20, 2002 co-production with Paramount Pictures and Cruise/Wagner Productions
limited release; opened wide January 10, 2003
Max December 27, 2002 limited release
Irréversible March 7, 2003 limited release
House of 1000 Corpses April 11, 2003 limited release; opened wide on April 18, 2003
Confidence April 25, 2003
Civil Brand August 29, 2003 limited release
Cabin Fever September 12, 2003
Wonderland October 3, 2003 limited release
Shattered Glass October 31, 2003 limited release
Cooler, TheThe Cooler November 26, 2003 limited release
Girl with a Pearl Earring December 12, 2003
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights February 27, 2004 North American distribution only, co-production with Miramax Films, A Band Apart, Lawrence Bender Productions and Artisan Entertainment
Snow Walker, TheThe Snow Walker March 5, 2004 limited release
Dogville March 26, 2004 limited release
Prince & Me, TheThe Prince & Me April 2, 2004 co-production with Paramount Pictures
The Punisher April 16, 2004 co-production with Marvel Entertainment, Valhalla Motion Pictures and Artisan Entertainment; international distribution by Columbia Pictures
Godsend April 30, 2004 co-production with 2929 Productions
A Slipping-Down Life May 14, 2004 limited release
The Day After Tomorrow May 26, 2004 co-production with 20th Century Fox, Centropolis Entertainment, and The Mark Gordon Company.
Fahrenheit 9/11 June 23, 2004
Open Water August 6, 2004 limited release; opened wide on August 20, 2004
Danny Deckchair August 11, 2004 limited release
Cookout, TheThe Cookout September 3, 2004
The Final Cut October 15, 2004 limited release
Saw October 29, 2004 co-production with Twisted Pictures
I Am David December 3, 2004 limited release
Beyond the Sea December 17, 2004
Hotel Rwanda December 22, 2004 limited release; opened wide on February 4, 2005
co-distribution and co-production with United Artists
A Love Song for Bobby Long December 29, 2004 limited release; co-production with Destination Films, and Bob Yari Productions/El Camino Pictures. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment owns home video rights.
Alone in the Dark January 28, 2005
Diary of a Mad Black Woman February 25, 2005 Also known as Tyler Perry's Diary of a Mad Black Woman; first Tyler Perry film in the studio
State Property 2 April 13, 2005 limited release
House of D April 15, 2005 limited release
Crash May 6, 2005 co-production with Bob Yari Productions, DEJ Productions and Bull's Eye Entertainment
Haute Tension June 10, 2005 also known as Switchblade Romance in the United Kingdom and High Tension in North America; co-production with EuropaCorp
Rize June 24, 2005 limited release
Undead July 1, 2005 limited release
Happy Endings July 15, 2005 limited release
Devil's Rejects, TheThe Devil's Rejects July 22, 2005 Sequel to House of 1000 Corpses
Grizzly Man August 12, 2005 limited release
Undiscovered August 26, 2005 co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
Lord of War September 7, 2005
Revolver September 22, 2005
Waiting... October 7, 2005
Saw II October 28, 2005
Three... Extremes October 28, 2005 limited release
Streets of Legend November 25, 2005 limited release
Original title Quattro Noza
In the Mix November 23, 2005 co-production with 20th Century Fox
Hostel January 6, 2006 co-distributed in certain territories by Sony Pictures
A Good Woman February 3, 2006 limited release
Tamara February 3, 2006 limited release
co-produced only
Madea's Family Reunion March 24, 2006 Also known as Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion
Beast in the Heart, TheThe Beast in the Heart March 17, 2006 limited release
Also known as Don't Tell
Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector March 24, 2006
La mujer de mi hermano April 17, 2006 limited release
Hard Candy April 14, 2006 limited release
Akeelah and the Bee April 28, 2006 co-production with 2929 Productions and Starbucks Entertainment
See No Evil May 19, 2006 co-production with WWE Films
Peaceful Warrior June 2, 2006 limited release
co-distributed in certain territories by Universal Pictures
Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man June 21, 2006 limited release
Descent, TheThe Descent August 4, 2006
Deliver Us From Evil October 13, 2006 limited release
Crank September 1, 2006 co-distribution/production with Lakeshore Entertainment
U.S. vs. John Lennon, TheThe U.S. vs. John Lennon September 29, 2006 limited release
Employee of the Month October 6, 2006
Saw III October 27, 2006 co-production with Twisted Pictures
Happily N'Ever After January 5, 2007 First theatrical animated film; co-production with Vanguard Animation, Oddysey Entertainment, Berlin Animation Film and BFC Entertainment
Daddy's Little Girls February 14, 2007
Pride March 23, 2007
Slow Burn April 13, 2007
Condemned, TheThe Condemned April 27, 2007
Away from Her May 4, 2007 limited release
Delta Farce May 11, 2007
Bug May 25, 2007
Hostel: Part II June 8, 2007 co-distributed in certain territories by Sony Pictures
Fido June 15, 2007 limited release
co-distributed with Roadside Attractions
Sicko June 22, 2007 limited release; opened wide on July 3, 2007
co-distributed with The Weinstein Company
Captivity July 13, 2007 co-distributed with After Dark Films
Bratz August 3, 2007
Skinwalkers August 10, 2007 co-distributed with After Dark Films
Right at Your Door August 24, 2007 co-distributed with Roadside Attractions
War August 24, 2007
Ladrón que Roba a Ladrón (To Rob a Thief) August 31, 2007 limited release
3:10 to Yuma September 7, 2007 co-production with Relativity Media
Fierce People September 7, 2007 limited release
co-distributed with After Dark Films
Good Luck Chuck September 21, 2007 Sony Pictures held international rights
Trade September 28, 2007 limited release
Why Did I Get Married? October 12, 2007 Also known as Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?
Saw IV October 26, 2007 co-production with Twisted Pictures
Rambo January 25, 2008 co-production with The Weinstein Company and Millennium Films
Eye, TheThe Eye February 1, 2008
Chaos February 19, 2008 DVD release
Witless Protection February 22, 2008
Bank Job, TheThe Bank Job March 7, 2008
Meet the Browns March 21, 2008 Also known as Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns
Forbidden Kingdom, TheThe Forbidden Kingdom April 18, 2008 co-production with Relativity Media
Midnight Meat Train, TheThe Midnight Meat Train August 1, 2008 limited release
co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
Disaster Movie August 29, 2008
Bangkok Dangerous September 5, 2008
Family That Preys, TheThe Family That Preys September 12, 2008 Also known as Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys
My Best Friend's Girl September 19, 2008
Lucky Ones, TheThe Lucky Ones September 26, 2008 limited release
Religulous October 1, 2008 limited release
W. October 17, 2008
Saw V October 24, 2008 co-production with Twisted Pictures
Repo! The Genetic Opera November 7, 2008 limited release; co-production with Twisted Pictures
Transporter 3 November 26, 2008 co-production with EuropaCorp and distributed by 20th Century Fox in some countries
Punisher: War Zone December 5, 2008 co-production with Marvel Studios and Valhalla Motion Pictures; international distribution by Columbia Pictures
Spirit, TheThe Spirit December 25, 2008 US and UK distribution only; Warner Bros. has the Japanese Rights and Sony Pictures hold the rest of the international rights
My Bloody Valentine 3D January 16, 2009 first RealD 3D film to have a wide release in 3D–enabled theaters[2]
New in Town January 30, 2009
Madea Goes to Jail February 20, 2009 Also known as Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail
Horsemen March 6, 2009 co-production with Mandate Pictures, Platinum Dunes and Radar Pictures
Haunting in Connecticut, TheThe Haunting in Connecticut March 27, 2009
Crank: High Voltage April 17, 2009 co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
Battle for Terra May 1, 2009
Unstable Fables - The Dixie Chickens July 21, 2009
Cove, TheThe Cove July 31, 2009 limited release
co-distributed by Roadside Attractions
Gamer September 4, 2009
I Can Do Bad All By Myself September 11, 2009 Also known as Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself
More Than a Game October 2, 2009
Saw VI October 23, 2009 co-production with Twisted Pictures
Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever October 24, 2009
Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, TheThe Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus October 16, 2009 limited release; opened wide on January 8, 2010
UK distribution only; distributed in certain territories by Sony Pictures Classics
last film by Heath Ledger before his death
Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire November 6, 2009 limited release; opened wide November 20, 2009
Brothers December 4, 2009 co-production with Relativity Media

2010s[edit]

Film Release Notes
Daybreakers January 8, 2010 co production with Entertainment One and Nissan
Spy Next Door, TheThe Spy Next Door January 15, 2010 co-production with Relativity Media
From Paris with Love February 5, 2010 co-production with Millennium Films
Why Did I Get Married Too? April 2, 2010 Also known as Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?
Kick-Ass April 16, 2010 North American distribution only; Universal Pictures held international rights; co-production with Marvel Studios
Perfect Game, TheThe Perfect Game April 16, 2010 limited release
Killers June 4, 2010 co production with Ghost House Pictures and Management 360
Unstable Fables - Jammin' in Jamaica June 12, 2010 co production with Flame Ventures, Prana Studios and The Jim Henson Company
The Expendables August 13, 2010 co-production with Millennium Films
The Last Exorcism August 27, 2010 co-production with Strike Entertainment, StudioCanal, and Arcade Pictures
Alpha and Omega September 17, 2010 co-production with Crest Animation Productions
Buried September 24, 2010 limited release
Saw 3D October 29, 2010 co-production with Twisted Pictures
For Colored Girls November 5, 2010 in association with Regency Enterprises
Next Three Days, TheThe Next Three Days November 19, 2010 production by Relativity Media
Rabbit Hole December 17, 2010 limited release
From Prada to Nada January 28, 2011 limited release; co-production with Millennium Films
The Mechanic January 28, 2011 co-production with Millennium Entertainment
Lincoln Lawyer, TheThe Lincoln Lawyer March 18, 2011 co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
No eres tú, soy yo April 8, 2011 limited release
The Conspirator April 15, 2011 distributed by Roadside Attractions and American Film Company
Madea's Big Happy Family April 22, 2011 Also known as Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family
Everything Must Go May 13, 2011 distributed by Roadside Attractions
Go For It May 13, 2011 limited release
Blitz May 20, 2011 production with Bazelevs Company and Shangri LA Entertainment
Devil's Double, TheThe Devil's Double July 29, 2011 limited release; co-production with Herrick Entertainment
Conan the Barbarian August 19, 2011 limited release; co-production with Millennium Films
Saving Private Perez September 2, 2011 also known as Salvando al Soldado Perez
limited release
co-production with Televisa
Warrior September 9, 2011 co-production with Mimran Schur Pictures, Solaris Entertainment and Filmtribe
Abduction September 23, 2011 co-production with Vertigo Entertainment and Quick Six Entertainment
Machine Gun Preacher September 23, 2011 International distribution only[3]
Labios Rojos October 14, 2011 limited release
Margin Call October 21, 2011 distributed by Roadside Attractions
Answers to Nothing December 2, 2011 distributed by Roadside Attractions
Pastorela December 2, 2011 limited release
Albert Nobbs January 27, 2012 co-production with LD Entertainment; distributed by Roadside Attractions
One for the Money January 27, 2012 Based on the Novel by Janet Evanovich
Good Deeds February 24, 2012[4] also known as Tyler Perry's Good Deeds
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen March 9, 2012 UK distribution; co-production with CBS Films, UK Film Council, BBC Films and Davis Films
Friends with Kids March 9, 2012 distributed by Roadside Attractions
Casa de Mi Padre March 16, 2012 limited release; co-production with Gary Sanchez Productions, NALA Films and Pantelion Films
Hunger Games, TheThe Hunger Games March 23, 2012[5] A film adaptation from the novel by Suzanne Collins; co-production with Color Force
Cabin in the Woods, TheThe Cabin in the Woods April 13, 2012 distribution only, produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures (uncredited), United Artists (also uncredited) and Mutant Enemy and was originally to be distributed by MGM but was picked up by Lionsgate in 2011 after it was shelved for two years due to the former studio's financial problems.[6][7]
Safe April 27, 2012 co-production with IM Global
LOL May 4, 2012 Based on the 2008 French film, LOL (Laughing Out Loud); co-production with Mandate Pictures
What to Expect When You're Expecting May 18, 2012 limited release; co-production with Alcon Entertainment and Phoenix Pictures, first Alcon Entertainment film outside of Warner Bros.
Madea's Witness Protection June 29, 2012 also known as Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection
Expendables 2, TheThe Expendables 2 August 17, 2012 co-production with Millennium Films
Keith Lemon: The Film August 24, 2012
Possession, TheThe Possession August 31, 2012 previously known as Dibbuk Box
Arbitrage September 14, 2012
Dredd September 21, 2012 North American distribution; produced by IM Global, DNA Films and Reliance BIG Pictures
Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare October 5, 2012
Silent Hill: Revelation 3D October 26, 2012[8] Sequel to the first film following the events of the third installment of the Silent Hill videogame series; Silent Hill 3.
Bay, TheThe Bay November 2, 2012[9]
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 November 16, 2012 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment and Sunswept Entertainment
Texas Chainsaw 3D January 4, 2013[10] co-production with Twisted Pictures, Nu Image and Millennium Films[11]
The Last Stand January 18, 2013[12] co-production with Di Bonaventura Pictures
Stand Up Guys February 1, 2013 co-production with Sydney Kimmel Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment
Olympus Has Fallen March 22, 2013 co-production with Millennium Entertainment
Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor March 29, 2013 also known as Tyler Perry's The Marriage Counselor
Big Wedding, TheThe Big Wedding April 26, 2013[13] also known as The Wedding; co-production with Millennium Films
Mud April 26, 2013
Peeples[14] May 10, 2013 also known as Tyler Perry's We the Peeples; co-production with 34th Street Films
Much Ado About Nothing June 21, 2013
Redemption June 28, 2013 also known as Hummingbird; distributed by Roadside Attractions
The Frozen Ground August 23, 2013 co production with Dimension Films
You're Next[15] August 23, 2013
Snowflake, the White Gorilla September 2013 distribution only, produced by Mandate Pictures
Ender's Game November 1, 2013[16] Adaptation of novel by Orson Scott Card; distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire November 22, 2013 co-production with Color Force
A Madea Christmas December 13, 2013 also known as Tyler Perry's A Very Madea Christmas
I, Frankenstein January 17, 2014 USA distributor, co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment and Hopscotch Features
Reasonable Doubt January 24, 2014 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment
Date and Switch February 14, 2014 co-production with Millennium Films
Repentance February 28, 2014 co-production with CodeBlack Films
Single Moms Club March 14, 2014 Also known as Tyler Perry's Single Moms Club
Sabotage March 28, 2014
The Railway Man April 11, 2014
The Quiet Ones April 25, 2014
The Angriest Man in Brooklyn May 23, 2014
Postman Pat: The Movie May 23, 2014 co-production with Icon Productions, DreamWorks Classics, Rubicon Group Holding and Timeless Films
Burning Blue June 6, 2014
America: Imagine the World Without Her June 27, 2014
They Came Together June 27, 2014
My Man Is a Loser July 25, 2014
The Expendables 3 August 15, 2014 co-production with Millennium Films
The Prince August 22, 2014
Leprechaun: Origins August 29, 2014
Life of Crime August 29, 2014 distribution only, produced by The Gotham Group, Ashok Amritraj and Image Nation
Reclaim September 19, 2014
Addicted October 10, 2014[17] co-production with CodeBlack Entertainment
Love, Rosie October 22, 2014 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment
Exists October 24, 2014 co production with Joe Loretta Entertainment and Lakeshore Entertainment
Jessabelle November 7, 2014 distribution only, produced by Blumhouse Productions
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 November 21, 2014 co-production with Color Force; film adaptation of book of the same name
Dying of the Light December 5, 2014 co production with Tremendum Pictures and Bazelevs Company
Spare Parts January 16, 2015 co-production with Pantelion Films and Brookwell-McNamara Entertainment
Vice January 16, 2015 co production with Joe Loretta Entertainment and Mosaic Media Group
Mortdecai January 23, 2015 co-production with Infinitum Nihil, Mad Chance Productions, and Odd Lot Entertainment
Wild Card January 30, 2015 distribution only; co-production with Current Entertainment, Quad Films, SJ Pictures, and Sierra / Affinity
The Voices February 6, 2015
The Duff February 20, 2015 distribution only; produced by CBS Films
Cymbeline March 13, 2015 co production with Mario Loopsy Productions and Platinum Dunes
Nightlight March 27, 2015 co production with Yukon Enterprises
Last Knights April 3, 2015 co production with New Regency and Tank Caterpillar Inc.
The Age of Adaline April 24, 2015 distribution only
Absolution May 15, 2015 co production with Good Universe
Survivor May 29, 2015 co production with David Winston Pictures and Lakeshore Entertainment
Vendetta June 12, 2015 co production with Blinding Edge Pictures and Marvel Entertainment
Slow West June 26, 2015 UK distribution only; co-production with DMC Film, Film4 Productions, New Zealand Film Commission, See-Saw Films
What We Did on Our Holiday July 10, 2015 co production with Alcon Entertainment
Smosh: The Movie July 24, 2015 International distribution only, co-production with Defy Media and AwesomenessTV[18]
The Vatican Tapes July 24, 2015 distribution only, produced by Pantelion Films and Lakeshore Entertainment
Shaun the Sheep Movie August 5, 2015[19] US distribution only; produced by StudioCanal and Aardman Animations
Brothers August 14, 2015 co-production with Endemol India and Dharma Productions
American Ultra August 21, 2015
She's Funny That Way August 21, 2015 U.S distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere
Dragon Blade September 4, 2015 U.S distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere
Un gallo con muchos huevos September 4, 2015 U.S. distribution only; co-production with Pantelion Films and Huevocartoon Producciones
12 Rounds 3: Lockdown September 11, 2015 Limited release
Sicario September 18, 2015 distribution only
Cooties September 18, 2015 U.S distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere
Freeheld October 2, 2015
Knock Knock October 9, 2015 U.S distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere
Love the Coopers November 13, 2015 co-production with CBS Films
Heist November 13, 2015 U.S distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 November 20, 2015 co-production with Color Force
Brooklyn November 25, 2015 distribution only
Don Verdean December 11, 2015 U.S distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere
Extraction December 18, 2015 U.S distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere
Point Break December 25, 2015 International distribution only[20]
Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and Alcon Entertainment
Norm of the North January 15, 2016 co-production with Splash Entertainment
Dirty Grandpa January 22, 2016 distribution only
Exposed January 22, 2016 distribution through Lionsgate Premiere co-production with Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films, PalmStar Entertainment, Remark Films and Mass Hysteria Entertainment Co.
The Choice February 5, 2016 distribution only
Misconduct February 5, 2016 distribution only through Lionsgate Premiere produced by Mandate Pictures and Mike and Marty Productions
Gods of Egypt February 26, 2016 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment and Mystery Clock Cinema
London Has Fallen March 4, 2016 co-production with Millennium Entertainment
The Perfect Match March 11, 2016 distribution only, produced by CodeBlack Films, Jorva Entertainment Productions and Flavor Unit Entertainment
Get a Job March 25, 2016 distribution through Lionsgate Premiere
Precious Cargo April 22, 2016 distribution through Lionsgate Premiere
A Hologram for the King April 22, 2016 co-production with Saban Films and Roadside Attractions
Manhattan Night May 20, 2016 distribution through Lionsgate Premiere
Urge June 3, 2016 distribution through Lionsgate Premiere
Now You See Me 2 June 10, 2016 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment
Genius June 10, 2016 distribution only, produced by Michael Grandage Company, Desert Wolf Productions, and Riverstone Pictures
The Duel June 24, 2016 distribution through Lionsgate Premiere
Nerve July 27, 2016 distribution only, produced by Allison Shearmur Productions
Mechanic: Resurrection August 26, 2016 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment, Chartoff-Winkler Productions, and Millennium Films
Blair Witch September 16, 2016
Operation Avalanche September 16, 2016
Deepwater Horizon September 30, 2016 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life October 7, 2016 distribution only, produced by CBS Films
La Leyenda del Chupacabras October 14, 2016 U.S. distribution only, produced by Pantelion Films and Ánima Estudios[21]
Boo! A Madea Halloween October 21, 2016 distribution only, produced by Tyler Perry Studios
American Pastoral October 21, 2016 distribution only, produced by Lakeshore Entertainment
Hacksaw Ridge November 4, 2016 North American distribution only, produced by Icon Productions and Cross Creek Pictures
La La Land December 9, 2016 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment
Patriots Day December 21, 2016 distribution only, produced by CBS Films
John Wick: Chapter 2 February 10, 2017 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment
Rock Dog February 24, 2017 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment, Mandoo Pictures, Huayi Tencent Entertainment Company, Eracme Entertainment, Dream Factory Group and Huayi Brothers
The Shack March 3, 2017 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment and Windblown Media
Trespass Against Us March 3, 2017 UK distribution only[22][23]
The Sense of an Ending March 10, 2017 distribution only, produced by CBS Films[24]
Power Rangers March 24, 2017 co-production with Saban Films, Toei Company, Ltd. and Temple Hill Entertainment[25]

Upcoming[edit]

Film Release Notes
Charming April 14, 2017 distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment, Vanguard Animation, 3QU Media and Cinesite
Their Finest April 21, 2017 UK distribution only[26]
The Big Sick June 23, 2017 co-distribution with Amazon Studios[27]
The Hitman's Bodyguard August 18, 2017 US distribution only
Inconceivable August 25, 2017 distribution only
American Assassin September 15, 2017[28] distribution only
Granite Mountain September 22, 2017 distribution only
Stronger September 22, 2017 co-distribution with Roadside Attractions[29]
My Little Pony: The Movie October 6, 2017 distribution only, produced by Hasbro Studios, DHX Media/Vancouver, and Allspark Pictures
The Commuter October 13, 2017 US distribution only, produced by StudioCanal and Ombra Films
Saw: Legacy October 27, 2017 distribution only, co-production with Twisted Pictures[30]
Wonder November 17, 2017 co-production with Participant Media, Walden Media, and Mandeville Films
Horse Soldiers TBA co-production with Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Naruto[31] TBA
On Chesil Beach TBA UK distribution only [32]
Soldado TBA
The Divergent Series: Ascendant TBA distribution only, produced by Summit Entertainment and Red Wagon Entertainment
Rally Car TBA US distribution only[33]
Hotel Artemis TBA International distribution only[34]

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