|Founded||August 9, 2013|
|Headquarters||Sony Studio lot, Culver City, California, United States|
|Thomas Rothman (Chair)|
Lindsay Sloane (SVP, TV)
David Beaubaire (EVP, film)
Nicole Brown(SVP, film)
|Owner||Sony Pictures Entertainment|
TriStar Productions (TSP) is a film and television production company, a division of TriStar Pictures and a joint venture between Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) and former 20th Century Fox chairman Tom Rothman.
The new company shares its name and logo with the current TriStar Pictures distribution label of Sony Pictures under which TriStar Productions' four films per year will be released joining the other titles released from TriStar Pictures. The television programming however, will be produced for Sony Pictures Television. The TriStar name was selected as Rothman considers himself a film buff, giving the company its historical name, and counting on the good will of the Hollywood creative types to give the unit an edge.
It was jointly announced on August 1, 2013 by Rothman, Michael Lynton, the CEO of Sony Entertainment and co-chairman and CEO of SPE, and Amy Pascal, co-chairwoman of SPE. The venture was launched on September 1 and Rothman would hold an equity share in the venture with the ability to bring in other outside investments. TSP first deal was for To Walk the Clouds autobiography, which is about Philippe Petit, a French high wire walker who walked in 1974 between the Twin Towers.
|Film||Release date||Co-production||Box office||Distributor|
|Ricki and the Flash||August 7, 2015||Marc Platt Productions Badwill Entertainment, LStar Capital||$41 million||TriStar Pictures|
|The Walk||September 30, 2015||ImageMovers||$61 million|
|The Lady in the Van||November 13, 2015||BBC Films and Sony Pictures Classics||$41 million|
|Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk||November 11, 2016||Studio 8, LStar Capital, Film4, Bona Film Group, The Ink Factory and Marc Platt Productions||$30 million|
|The Yank||TBA||Mosaic Media Group and Gary Sanchez Productions||TriStar Pictures|
|The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair||Entertainment One Films and The Mark Gordon Company|
|Untitled Labyrinth sequel||The Jim Henson Company and Lucasfilm|
|Happiest Season||Temple Hill Entertainment|
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