List of Orion Pictures films

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

An asterisk near the film's name means that the film won an Oscar for Best Picture.

Two asterisks near the film's name means that the film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture but did not win.

1970s[edit]

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[edit]

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; Final Orion Pictures feature released through Warner Bros.
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] $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[edit]

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[edit]

Release date Title Notes Budget Gross
October 4, 2013 Grace Unplugged[N 12] co-production with Roadside Attractions and Coram Deo Studios; distributed by Lionsgate $1.7 million[5] $2,507,106[6]
August 7, 2014 Vestido Pra Casar[7] Brazilian film; co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, New Group Cine y TV, Raconto Produções Artísticas, and Sophia Filmes; distributed by Imagem Filmes
October 14, 2014 The Town That Dreaded Sundown[8] co-production with Blumhouse Productions and Ryan Murphy Productions
December 4, 2014 Tell co-production with Haven Entertainment, American Film Productions, Divide Pictures and Bron Studios
January 22, 2015 We'll Never Have Paris[9] co-production with 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 co-production with Haven Entertainment and Pan & Scan Pictures
April 30, 2015 Entre Abelhas (A Man Amidst Bees) co-production with Fondo Filmes, Globo Filmes and Mixer; co-distribution with Imagem Filmes
May 8, 2015 Winning: The Racing Life of Paul Newman co-production with Gearhead Films, Mollette and Sontalia; co-distribution with Filmbuff
June 5, 2015 Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant co-production with Night and Day Pictures; Latin American distribution by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
June 19, 2015 Balls Out co-production with Ralph Smyth Entertainment and Red Productions; co-distribution with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
August 14, 2015 Fort Tilden
December 4, 2015 The Wannabe co-production with Electric Entertainment and Traction Media; co-distribution with Momentum Pictures and Entertainment One Films
January 8, 2016 Diablo co-production with Diablo Movie and Space Rock Studios; distributed by Momentum Pictures
March 4, 2016 Ava's Possessions co-production with ODD NY, Off Hollywood Pictures, Ravenous Films and Traction Media; distributed by Momentum Pictures
March 11, 2016 Pet co-production with Magic Lantern and Revolver Picture Company; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films $10,900
March 25, 2016 Jane Wants a Boyfriend co-production with Copperline Creative; co-distribution with Filmbuff
May 20, 2016 Welcome to Happiness co-production with Minutehand Pictures; co-distribution with Filmbuff
June 17, 2016 No Stranger Than Love co-production with Pangaea Pictures and Innis Lake Entertainment; co-distribution with Momentum Pictures
July 1, 2016 Buddymoon theatrical distribution by Orion, online/on demand distribution by Gravitas Ventures; co-production with roundthecornerfudge, LLC.
July 15, 2016 Outlaws and Angels distributed by Momentum Pictures; co-production with No Remake Pictures, Burnt Pictures, Redwire Pictures, Avery Productions, Casadelic Pictures and New Golden Age Films
July 15, 2016 How He Fell in Love co-production with Ibid Filmworks; co-distribution with Monument Releasing $8,892
July 22, 2016 Don't Worry Baby co-production with Manamarin and The Sight Group; co-distribution with FilmBuff
August 19, 2016 Spaceman co-production with Podium Pictures and Rhino Films; co-distribution with FilmBuff
August 19, 2016 Billionaire Ransom co-production with Pinewood Studios
September 1, 2016 Summer of 8 co-production with Organically Grown Productions, Provenance Pictures and TrustFall Films; co-distribution with Gunpowder & Sky
September 9, 2016 Happy Birthday co-production with Darko Entertainment; co-distribution with Momentum Pictures $500,000
September 12, 2016 The People Garden[10] co-production with Scythia Films, Aiken Heart Films, JoBro Productions & Film Finance, Nortario Films and Vigilante Productions; co-distribution with Gunpowder & Sky and Pacific Northwest Pictures
September 23, 2016 My Blind Brother co-production with Low Spark Films, Safehouse Pictures and Think Media Studios; co-distribution with Starz Digital
October 28, 2016 Recovery[11] co-production with Diablo Entertainment and EBF Productions; co-distribution with Vertical Entertainment
November 3, 2016 My Dead Boyfriend co-production with Cohen Media Group; co-distribution with Momentum Pictures
November 4, 2016 Trash Fire co-production with Circle of Confusion and Snowfort Pictures; co-distribution with Vertical Entertainment[12]
November 11, 2016 Dreamland[13] co-production with Beachwood Park Films and Tilt/Shift Films; co-distribution with Gunpowder & Sky
December 1, 2016 Pocket Listing[14] co-production with Helios Productions and Mythmaker Productions; co-distribution with Momentum Pictures
December 2, 2016 Run the Tide[15] co-production with 1821 Pictures; co-distribution with Momentum Pictures
December 2, 2016 O Caseiro (Haunted Minds)[16] co-production with Nexus Cinema e Vídeo and Urano Films; co-distribution with Spcine and Europa Filmes BRL 4,500,000
December 9, 2016 Burn Country[17] 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[18]
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[19] $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[20]
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[21][22] £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[23]
November 3, 2017 Most Beautiful Island co-production with Glass Eye Pix; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films[24]
November 3, 2017 Bad Match co-production with BoulderLight Pictures and MM2 Entertainment; co-distribution with Gravitas Ventures[25]
November 10, 2017 The Price co-production with Hacienda Motion Picture Company, Infinitum Productions, Ten on 5 Productions and Water's End Productions; co-distribution with Samuel Goldwyn Films[26]
November 17, 2017 Almost Friends co-production with Let It Play and Animus Films; co-distribution with Gravitas Ventures
February 23, 2018 Every Day[27] co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Likely Story and FilmWave $4.9 million $9.5 million
December 7, 2018 Anna and the Apocalypse[28] co-production with Blazing Griffin, Parkhouse Pictures and Creative Scotland

Upcoming films[edit]

Release date Title Notes
February 8, 2019 The Prodigy[29] co-production with Vinson Films
June 21, 2019 Child's Play[30][31][32][33][34] co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and KatzSmith Productions
2019 Bill & Ted Face the Music[35] US distribution only; co-production with Dial 9 and Hammerstone Studios
TBA Songs of the Damned[36] co-production with Anonymous Content
TBA Gretel and Hansel[37] co-production with Automatik Entertainment

Notes[edit]

  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 Code Red 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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