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This is a list of films released by the American film production and distribution company Orion Pictures.

Films that won the Oscar for Best Picture are noted with one asterisk (*). Films that were nominated for Best Picture but did not win are noted with two asterisks (**).

1970s

Release date Title Notes Budget Gross
April 27, 1979 A Little Romance[N 1]
May 1, 1979 Over the Edge[N 1]
July 4, 1979 The Wanderers[N 2] $23,000,000
August 17, 1979 Life of Brian[N 1][N 3] US distribution only; produced by Handmade Films $4 million $20,045,115
August 31, 1979 Time After Time[N 1] $13,000,000
October 5, 1979 10[N 1] $74,865,517
October 26, 1979 The Great Santini[N 1] co-production with Bing Crosby Productions $4,702,575
November 2, 1979 Promises in the Dark[N 1]

1980s

Release date Title Notes Budget Gross
February 1, 1980 Simon[N 1] $6,000,000
April 19, 1980 Die Laughing[N 1] $4,000,000
April 25, 1980 Heart Beat[N 1] $954,046
July 25, 1980 Caddyshack[N 1] co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures $6 million $39,846,344
August 8, 1980 The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu[N 1] $10,697,276
September 8, 1980 Battle Beyond the Stars[N 1] Non-US media distribution only; produced by New World Pictures $2,000,000 $7.5 million
October 31, 1980 The Awakening[N 1] co-production with EMI Films $8,415,112
February 11, 1981 Sphinx[N 1] $14 million $2,022,771
April 10, 1981 Excalibur[N 1] $11 million $34,967,437
April 24, 1981 The Hand[N 1] $6,500,000 $2,447,576
July 17, 1981 Arthur[N 1] $7 million $95,461,682
July 24, 1981 Wolfen[N 1] $17 million $10,626,725
July 31, 1981 Under the Rainbow[N 1] $20 million $18,826,490
August 21, 1981 Prince of the City[N 1] co-production with Warner Bros. $8.6 million $8,124,257
December 11, 1981 Rollover[N 1] $10,851,261
December 18, 1981 Sharky's Machine[N 1] $35,856,053
May 28, 1982 The Escape Artist[N 1][N 4] produced by Zoetrope Studios $143,369
July 16, 1982 A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy[N 1][N 5] $9,077,269
September 17, 1982 Hammett[N 1][N 4] produced by Zoetrope Studios
September 24, 1982 Amityville II: The Possession[N 6] produced by the Dino De Laurentiis Company; first film released after the purchase and acquisition of Filmways, Inc. $11,328,000
October 3, 1982 Split Image produced by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment $263,635
October 22, 1982 First Blood[N 7] North American theatrical distribuition, produced by Anabasis Investments $14 million $125,212,904
April 15, 1983 Lone Wolf McQuade $5 million $12,232,628
May 13, 1983 Breathless $7 million $19,910,002
June 24, 1983 Yellowbeard produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $4,300,000
July 6, 1983 Class $21,667,789
July 15, 1983 Zelig[N 1][N 5] Final Orion Pictures feature released through Warner Bros. $11,798,616
August 19, 1983 Easy Money $29,309,766
September 16, 1983 Strange Invaders co-production with EMI Films $5.5 million $1,362,303
October 21, 1983 Under Fire $9.5 million $5,696,391
November 18, 1983 Amityville 3-D produced by Dino De Laurentiis Corporation $6,333,135
December 15, 1983 Gorky Park $15,856,028
January 20, 1984 Scandalous $526,805
January 27, 1984 Broadway Danny Rose $8 million $10,600,497
March 2, 1984 Harry & Son $16 million $4,864,980
March 9, 1984 The Hotel New Hampshire co-production with Woodfall Film Productions $7.5 million $5,142,858
April 6, 1984 Up the Creek $7 million $11,708,269
May 4, 1984 The Bounty co-production with the Dino De Laurentiis Company $8,613,462
June 8, 1984 Beat Street $16,595,791
June 23, 1984 A Breed Apart produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $3,000,000
July 27, 1984 Cheech and Chong's The Corsican Brothers $3,772,785
August 15, 1984 The Woman in Red $25,308,147
September 19, 1984 Amadeus* [N 8] $18 million $51,973,029
September 28, 1984 Heartbreakers $148,750
October 26, 1984 The Terminator produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation and Lightstorm Entertainment $6.5 million $78,371,200
December 14, 1984 The Cotton Club Co production with Zoetrope Studios $58 million $25,928,721
January 25, 1985 The Falcon and the Snowman produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $7 million $17,130,087
February 15, 1985 The Mean Season $4,300,000
February 15, 1985 The Bay Boy $162,364
March 1, 1985 The Purple Rose of Cairo $15 million $10,631,333
March 29, 1985 Desperately Seeking Susan $4.5 million $27,398,584
May 3, 1985 Code of Silence $20,345,561
June 14, 1985 Secret Admirer $2 million $8,622,757
July 26, 1985 The Heavenly Kid $3,852,271
August 16, 1985 The Return of the Living Dead produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $4 million $14,237,880
August 30, 1985 Flesh & Blood $6,500,000 $100,000
August 30, 1985 Beer
September 27, 1985 Maxie $2,564,278
October 11, 1985 Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins $40 million $12,421,181
The Piece Maker [1] The film was abandoned after 1985 proved to be a disappointing box office year for Orion.
January 17, 1986 The Longshot $256,301
February 7, 1986 F/X $10 million $20,603,715
February 7, 1986 Hannah and Her Sisters** $6,400,000 $59,000,000
March 21, 1986 Just Between Friends co-production with MTM Enterprises $6,408,791
April 18, 1986 At Close Range produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $6,500,000 $2,347,000
April 18, 1986 Absolute Beginners U.S. distribution only; co-production of Goldcrest Films and Virgin Films £8.4 million $930,211
June 13, 1986 Back to School $11 million $91,258,000
July 11, 1986 Miracles
July 25, 1986 Haunted Honeymoon $13 million $8,033,397
August 1986 Opposing Force
September 26, 1986 Foreign Body
November 7, 1986 Something Wild $8,362,969
November 14, 1986 Hoosiers produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $9 million $28,607,524
December 12, 1986 Three Amigos co-production with HBO Films $25 million $39,246,734
December 19, 1986 Platoon* produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $6.5 million $138,530,565
January 30, 1987 Radio Days $16 million $14,792,779
April 3, 1987 Making Mr. Right $9 million $1,584,970
May 1, 1987 Malone $10 million $3,060,858
June 10, 1987 The Believers $18,753,438
July 17, 1987 RoboCop $13 million $53,424,681
August 14, 1987 No Way Out $15 million $35,509,515
August 1987 Lionheart[N 9] US distribution
September 18, 1987 Hotel Colonial produced by the Hemdale Film Corporation $9,526
September 25, 1987 Best Seller co-production with the Hemdale Film Corporation $4,278,150
October 11, 1987 House of Games $2,585,639
October 23, 1987 No Man's Land $2,877,571
December 11, 1987 Throw Momma from the Train $14 million $57,915,972
December 18, 1987 September $486,434
December 19, 1987 Opera[N 10] co-production of ADC Films, Cecchi Gori Group, and Tiger Cinematografica $8,000,000
January 15, 1988 The Couch Trip $17 million $11,005,304
February 5, 1988 Cherry 2000 $10 million $14,000
February 5, 1988 The Unbearable Lightness of Being[N 8][N 11] $17 million $10,006,806
February 12, 1988 The In Crowd $124,880
March 4, 1988 The House on Carroll Street $14 million $459,824
March 18, 1988 Dominick and Eugene $3,076,031
March 25, 1988 Johnny Be Good $17,550,399
April 15, 1988 Colors $10 million $46,616,067
June 15, 1988 Bull Durham $7 million $50,888,729
July 29, 1988 Monkey Shines $7,000,000 $5,344,577
August 12, 1988 Mac and Me U.S. distribution only; produced by Vision International $13,000,000 $6,424,112
August 19, 1988 Married to the Mob $10 million $21,486,757
September 2, 1988 Eight Men Out $6,000,000 $5,680,515
October 21, 1988 Without a Clue co-production with ITC Entertainment $8,539,181
November 18, 1988 Another Woman $1,562,749
December 9, 1988 Mississippi Burning** $15 million $34,603,943
December 14, 1988 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels $42,039,085
February 17, 1989 Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure US distribution only; co-production of Interscope Communications and Nelson Entertainment $10 million $40,485,039
March 3, 1989 Farewell to the King $16 million $2,420,917
April 21, 1989 Speed Zone $3.007 million
May 5, 1989 Lost Angels $1,247,946
June 30, 1989 Great Balls of Fire! $13,741,060
July 21, 1989 UHF $5 million $6,157,157
August 16, 1989 Rude Awakening $3,169,719
August 25, 1989 The Package $18 million $10,647,219
August 25, 1989 Heart of Dixie $1,097,333
September 22, 1989 Erik the Viking US distribution only $1,932,642
October 13, 1989 Crimes and Misdemeanors $13 million $18,254,702
November 17, 1989 Valmont $33 million $1,132,112
November 17, 1989 Prancer co-production of Cineplex Odeon Films and Nelson Entertainment $18,587,135
December 8, 1989 She-Devil $15,351,421

1990s

Release date Title Notes Budget Gross
January 19, 1990 Everybody Wins $19 million[2] $1,372,350
February 16, 1990 Madhouse $21,036,771
March 9, 1990 The Last of the Finest co-production with Davis Entertainment $1,531,489
March 9, 1990 Love at Large $1,436,308
April 6, 1990 The First Power US distribution; co-production of Interscope Communications and Nelson Entertainment $10 million $22,424,195
April 20, 1990 Miami Blues $11 million $9,888,167
May 18, 1990 Cadillac Man $15 million[3] $27,627,310
June 22, 1990 RoboCop 2 $35 million $45,681,173
July 20, 1990 Navy SEALs $21 million $25,069,101
September 14, 1990 State of Grace $1,911,542
October 26, 1990 The Hot Spot $13 million $1,293,976
November 21, 1990 Dances with Wolves* produced by Tig Productions $22 million $424,208,848
December 14, 1990 Mermaids $20 million $35,419,397
December 25, 1990 Alice $12 million $7,331,647
January 18, 1991 Eve of Destruction US distribution; co-production of Interscope Communications and Nelson Entertainment $13 million $5,451,119
February 14, 1991 The Silence of the Lambs* $19 million $272,742,922
May 10, 1991 F/X2 $16.4 million $21,082,165
July 19, 1991 Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey US distribution; co-production of Interscope Communications and Nelson Entertainment $20 million $38,037,513
August 16, 1991 Mystery Date $10 million $6,166,819
October 11, 1991 Little Man Tate $10 million $25,010,896
November 16, 1991 The Addams Family International distribution; co-production with Paramount Pictures $30 million $191,502,246
March 13, 1992 Article 99 $18 million $6,375,979
March 20, 1992 Shadows and Fog $14 million $2,735,731
December 11, 1992 Love Field $18 million $1,014,726
March 26, 1993 Married to It $14 million $2,059,832
April 23, 1993 The Dark Half $15 million $10,611,160
October 22, 1993 Me and the Kid
November 5, 1993 RoboCop 3 $22 million $10,600,000
January 1, 1994 Playmaker
January 28, 1994 Car 54, Where Are You? $10.7 million $1,238,080
March 4, 1994 China Moon $15 million $3,038,499
April 1, 1994 Clifford co-production with Morra, Brezner, Steinberg and Tenenbaum Entertainment (MBST) $19 million $7,411,659
April 29, 1994 The Favor $12 million $3,134,381
September 2, 1994 There Goes My Baby produced by Nelson Entertainment $10.5 million $123,509
September 16, 1994 Blue Sky US distribution; produced by LIVE Entertainment $16 million $3,359,465
April 19, 1996 The Substitute[N 12] US distribution; produced by LIVE Entertainment $14,818,176
May 10, 1996 Original Gangstas $3.6 million $3,000,000
May 31, 1996 The Arrival[N 12] US distribution; produced by LIVE Entertainment $25,000,000 $14,031,906
August 2, 1996 Phat Beach[N 12] US distribution; produced by LIVE Entertainment $1,383,553
January 1, 1997 Retroactive
April 18, 1997 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag co-production with the Rank Organisation $3 million[4] $3,602,884
May 14, 1997 City of Industry co-production with Largo Entertainment $8 million $1,568,328
May 23, 1997 Behind Enemy Lines
July 18, 1997 Ulee's Gold co-production with Clinica Estetico and Nunez-Gowan $2.7 million $9,054,736
October 3, 1997 The Locusts co-production with Renegade Films
October 8, 1997 Gang Related co-production with Kouf/Bigelow Productions $5,906,773
October 17, 1997 Best Men $4,000,000 $5,000
March 27, 1998 Storefront Hitchcock
April 27, 1998 Music from Another Room
October 13, 1998 Phantasm Oblivion US distribution only; produced by Starway International $650,000
September 24, 1999 One Man's Hero co-production with Hool/Macdonald Productions

2010s

Release date Title Co-production with Distributor Notes Budget Gross
October 4, 2013 Grace Unplugged[N 12] Roadside Attractions and Coram Deo Studios Lionsgate $1.7 million[5] $2,507,106[6]
August 7, 2014 Vestido Pra Casar[7] Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, New Group Cine y TV, Raconto Produções Artísticas, and Sophia Filmes Imagem Filmes Brazilian film
October 14, 2014 The Town That Dreaded Sundown[8] Blumhouse Productions and Ryan Murphy Productions
December 4, 2014 Tell Haven Entertainment, American Film Productions, Divide Pictures and Bron Studios
January 22, 2015 We'll Never Have Paris[9] Bifrost Pictures, The Bridge Finance Company, E2B Capital, H3 Films, Marc Platt Productions, PalmStar Entertainment, K5 International and Dog Eared Pictures
March 13, 2015 Night Owls Haven Entertainment and Pan & Scan Pictures
April 30, 2015 Entre Abelhas (A Man Amidst Bees) Fondo Filmes, Globo Filmes and Mixer Imagem Filmes co-distribution
May 8, 2015 Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman Gearhead Films, Mollette and Sontalia Filmbuff co-distribution
June 5, 2015 Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant Night and Day Pictures Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (Latin American)
June 19, 2015 Balls Out Ralph Smyth Entertainment and Red Productions Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer co-distribution
August 14, 2015 Fort Tilden
December 4, 2015 The Wannabe Electric Entertainment and Traction Media Momentum Pictures and Entertainment One Films co-distribution
January 8, 2016 Diablo Diablo Movie and Space Rock Studios Momentum Pictures
March 4, 2016 Ava's Possessions co-production with ODD NY, Off Hollywood Pictures, Ravenous Films and Traction Media Momentum Pictures
March 11, 2016 Pet Magic Lantern and Revolver Picture Company Samuel Goldwyn Films co-distribution $10,900
March 25, 2016 Jane Wants a Boyfriend Copperline Creative Filmbuff co-distribution
May 20, 2016 Welcome to Happiness Minutehand Pictures Filmbuff co-distribution
June 17, 2016 No Stranger Than Love Pangaea Pictures and Innis Lake Entertainment with Momentum Pictures co-distribution
July 1, 2016 Buddymoon roundthecornerfudge, LLC Orion
July 15, 2016 Outlaws and Angels
  • No Remake Pictures
  • Burnt Pictures
  • Redwire Pictures
  • Avery Productions
  • Casadelic Pictures
  • New Golden Age Films
Momentum Pictures
July 15, 2016 How He Fell in Love Ibid Filmworks Momentum Pictures co-distribution $8,892
July 22, 2016 Don't Worry Baby Manamarin and The Sight Group FilmBuff co-distribution
August 19, 2016 Spaceman Podium Pictures and Rhino Films; Filmbuff co-distribution
August 19, 2016 Billionaire Ransom Pinewood Studios
September 1, 2016 Summer of 8 Organically Grown Productions, Provenance Pictures and TrustFall Films Gunpowder & Sky co-distribution
September 9, 2016 Happy Birthday Darko Entertainment Momentum Pictures co-distribution $500,000
September 12, 2016 The People Garden Scythia Films, Aiken Heart Films, JoBro Productions & Film Finance, Nortario Films and Vigilante Productions Gunpowder & Sky and Pacific Northwest Pictures co-distribution
September 23, 2016 My Blind Brother Low Spark Films, Safehouse Pictures and Think Media Studios Starz Digital co-distribution
October 28, 2016 Recovery Diablo Entertainment and EBF Productions Vertical Entertainment co-distribution
November 3, 2016 My Dead Boyfriend Cohen Media Group Momentum Pictures co-distribution
November 4, 2016 Trash Fire Circle of Confusion and Snowfort Pictures Vertical Entertainment[10] co-distribution
November 11, 2016 Dreamland[11] Beachwood Park Films and Tilt/Shift Films Gunpowder & Sky co-distribution
December 1, 2016 Pocket Listing[12] Helios Productions and Mythmaker Productions Momentum Pictures co-distribution
December 2, 2016 Run the Tide co-production with 1821 Pictures; co-distribution with Momentum Pictures
December 2, 2016 O Caseiro (Haunted Minds) co-production with Nexus Cinema e Vídeo and Urano Films; co-distribution with Spcine and Europa Filmes BRL co-distribution $4.5 million
December 9, 2016 Burn Country co-production with ACE Productions; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films
January 13, 2017 Go North co-distribution with Gunpowder & Sky; produced by Mother + Father and 77 Films
January 27, 2017 Lost in Florence co-distribution with Gunpowder & Sky; produced by Black Sand Pictures and Michael Mailer Films
January 27, 2017 Get the Girl co-production with Diablo Entertainment; co-distribution with Vertical Entertainment
February 3, 2017 Youth in Oregon co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films; produced by Sundial Pictures and Campfire[13]
February 17, 2017 My Name Is Emily co-distribution with Monument Releasing and Eclipse Pictures; produced by Newgrange Pictures, Kennedy Films, Garage Film and Paradox
March 17, 2017 The Belko Experiment co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, The Safran Company and Troll Court Entertainment; co-distribution with BH Tilt[14] $5 million $11.1 million
May 5, 2017 Max 2: White House Hero co-production with Sunswept Entertainment; co-distribution with Warner Bros. Pictures
May 12, 2017 Tracktown co-production with Bay Bridge Productions Inc., Bunkhouse Films, Good Wizard, Jay Smith Productions, Joint, Salem Street Entertainment and Wieden+Kennedy Entertainment; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films
June 2, 2017 Past Life co-production with Metro Communications, Artomas Communications, Ars Veritas Productions, Sunshine Films and United King Films; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films
July 14, 2017 Wish Upon co-production with Busted Shark Productions; co-distribution with Broad Green Pictures $12 million $20.7 million
September 29, 2017 The Sound co-production with Hackybox Pictures, North Hollywood Films and WeatherVane Productions; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films[15]
October 25, 2017 God's Own Country co-production with BFI, Creative England, Met Film Production, Shudder Films, Inflammable Films and Magic Bear Productions; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films and Picturehouse Entertainment[16][17] £1 million £1,061,770
October 27, 2017 Maya Dardel co-production with The Winter Film Company, Greyshack Films and Message Film; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films[18]
November 3, 2017 Most Beautiful Island co-production with Glass Eye Pix; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films[19]
November 3, 2017 Bad Match co-production with BoulderLight Pictures and MM2 Entertainment; co-distribution with Gravitas Ventures[20]
November 10, 2017 The Price Hacienda Motion Picture Company, Infinitum Productions, Ten on 5 Productions and Water's End Productions Samuel Goldwyn Films[21] co-distribution
November 17, 2017 Almost Friends Let It Play and Animus Films Gravitas Ventures co-distribution
February 23, 2018 Every Day[22] Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Likely Story and FilmWave $4.9 million $9.6 million
December 7, 2018 Anna and the Apocalypse[23] Blazing Griffin, Parkhouse Pictures and Creative Scotland $626,734
February 8, 2019 The Prodigy[24] Vinson Films $6 million $15.7 million
June 21, 2019 Child's Play Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and KatzSmith Productions; distributed by United Artists Releasing

Upcoming films

Release date Title Notes
January 31, 2020 Gretel & Hansel: A Grim Fairy Tale co-production with Automatik Entertainment; distributed by United Artists Releasing
February 28, 2020 Bad Trip distributed by United Artists Releasing[25]
August 21, 2020 Bill & Ted Face the Music co-production with Dial 9 and Hammerstone Studios; distributed by United Artists Releasing
TBA Songs of the Damned[26] co-production with Anonymous Content; distributed by United Artists Releasing[25]
TBA Night of the Comet[27] distributed by United Artists Releasing[25]
TBA Casa[28] distributed by United Artists Releasing[25]
TBA Rift[29] distributed by United Artists Releasing[25]
TBA Svalta[30] co-production with Stolen Pictures
TBA Momo[31]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa Released through Warner Bros. Unless otherwise noted, Warner retains complete ownership.
  2. ^ Owned by the film's producers, although Orion successor MGM holds the copyright.
  3. ^ Owned by Python (Monty) Pictures
  4. ^ a b Owned by American Zoetrope
  5. ^ a b Owned by MGM
  6. ^ With few exceptions, all films from this point forward currently owned by MGM.
  7. ^ Owned by StudioCanal
  8. ^ a b Owned by The Saul Zaentz Company, with Warner Bros. handling distribution
  9. ^ Owned by Taliafilm II Productions under Warner Bros.
  10. ^ US home video distribution rights currently owned by Scorpion Releasing and previously held by Anchor Bay Entertainment and Blue Underground respectively
  11. ^ Right shared between MGM and Saul Zaentz (with Warner Bros. handling distribution)
  12. ^ a b c d Owned by Lionsgate

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  4. ^ http://www.the-numbers.com/movie/8-Heads-in-a-Duffel-Bag#tab=summary
  5. ^ http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/moviesnow/la-et-mn-backstage-grace-unplugged-story.html
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