|Subsidiaries||Dark Castle Entertainment|
Silver Pictures is an American film production company founded by Hollywood producer Joel Silver during 1985. All movies after Ricochet have been distributed by Warner Bros. and its subsidiary New Line Cinema.
In 2012, Joel Silver and Warner Bros. ended their 25-year production, marketing, and distribution relationship. This is due to Joel Silver growing increasingly upset with how Warner Bros. had been handling the marketing and releasing of the films his company produced. Despite their split, Silver and Warner Bros. co-produced The Nice Guys in 2016.
In 2012, Joel Silver and Universal Pictures struck a 5-year marketing and distribution deal, starting with the Liam Neeson action thriller Non-Stop on February 28, 2014. Universal Pictures will not be a production partner with Silver Pictures, only a distributor.
|1||The Matrix Reloaded||2003||$281,576,461||Co-produced by Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment|
|2||Sherlock Holmes||2009||$209,028,679||Co-produced by Village Roadshow Pictures and Wigram Productions|
|3||Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows||2011||$186,848,418||Co-produced by Village Roadshow Pictures and Wigram Productions|
|4||The Matrix||1999||$171,479,930||Co-produced by Village Roadshow Pictures and Groucho II Film|
|5||Lethal Weapon 2||1989||$147,253,986|
|6||Lethal Weapon 3||1992||$144,731,527|
|7||The Matrix Revolutions||2003||$139,313,948||Co-produced by Village Roadshow Pictures and NPV Entertainment|
|8||Lethal Weapon 4||1998||$130,444,603||Co-produced by Doshudo Productions|
|9||Die Hard 2: Die Harder||1990||$117,540,947||Co-produced by Gordon Company|
|10||The Book of Eli||2010||$94,835,059||Co-produced by Alcon Entertainment|
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