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This is a list of films released under the Touchstone Pictures banner (known as that since 1986, with Tough Guys) and films released before that under the former name, Touchstone Films (1984–1986).

Most films listed here were distributed in the United States, unless otherwise noted, by Walt Disney Studios' theatrical distribution unit; currently known as Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, formerly known as Buena Vista Distribution Company/Buena Vista Film Distribution Company (until 1985).

1980s[]

Title US Release Co-production with
Splash March 9, 1984
Country September 28, 1984 Far West Productions and Pangea Corporation
Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend March 22, 1985 Silver Screen Partners II
My Science Project August 9, 1985
Down and Out in Beverly Hills January 31, 1986
Off Beat April 11, 1986
Ruthless People June 27, 1986
Tough Guys October 3, 1986 Silver Screen Partners II and Bryna Productions
The Color of Money October 8, 1986 Silver Screen Partners II
Outrageous Fortune January 30, 1987 Silver Screen Partners II and Interscope Communications
Tin Men March 6, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III and Bandai Films
Ernest Goes to Camp May 22, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III and Emshell Producers
Adventures in Babysitting July 1, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III
Stakeout August 5, 1987 Silver Screen Partners II
Can't Buy Me Love August 14, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III, Apollo Pictures, and The Mount Company
Hello Again November 6, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III
Three Men and a Baby November 25, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III and Interscope Communications
Good Morning, Vietnam December 25, 1987 Silver Screen Partners III
Shoot to Kill February 12, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Century Park Pictures
D.O.A. March 18, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Bigelow Productions
Big Business June 10, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III
Who Framed Roger Rabbit June 22, 1988 Amblin Entertainment, Silver Screen Partners III, and Walt Disney Feature Animation
Cocktail June 29, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Interscope Communications
The Rescue August 5, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III
Heartbreak Hotel September 30, 1988
The Good Mother November 4, 1988 Silver Screen Partners IV
Ernest Saves Christmas November 11, 1988 Silver Screen Partners III and Emshell Producers
Beaches December 21, 1988 Silver Screen Partners IV and All Girl Productions
Three Fugitives January 27, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV
New York Stories March 10, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and American Zoetrope
Disorganized Crime April 14, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and Kouf/Bigelow Productions
Dead Poets Society June 9, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV
Turner & Hooch June 28, 1989
An Innocent Man October 6, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and Interscope Communications
Gross Anatomy October 20, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV, Sandollar Productions and Hill/Roseman
Blaze December 13, 1989 Silver Screen Partners IV and A&M Films

1990s[]

Title US Release Co-production with
Stella February 2, 1990 The Samuel Goldwyn CompanyST
Where the Heart Is February 23, 1990 Silver Screen Partners IV
Pretty Woman March 23, 1990
Ernest Goes to Jail April 6, 1990
Spaced Invaders April 27, 1990
Fire Birds May 25, 1990
Dick Tracy June 15, 1990
Betsy's Wedding June 22, 1990
Mr. Destiny October 12, 1990
Three Men and a Little Lady November 21, 1990
Green Card December 25, 1990
Scenes from a Mall February 22, 1991
Oscar April 26, 1991
What About Bob? May 17, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners
The RocketeerTR June 21, 1991 Walt Disney Pictures, Silver Screen Partners IV and The Gordon Company
The Doctor July 24, 1991 Silver Screen Partners IV
True Identity August 23, 1991
Paradise September 18, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners
Deceived September 27, 1991 Silver Screen Partners IV
Ernest Scared Stupid October 11, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners
Billy Bathgate November 1, 1991
Father of the Bride December 20, 1991 Touchwood Pacific Partners and Sandollar Productions
Noises Off March 20, 1992 Touchwood Pacific Partners and Amblin Entertainment
Sister Act May 29, 1992 Touchwood Pacific Partners
3 Ninjas August 7, 1992
The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag August 21, 1992 Interscope Communications
Crossing the Bridge September 11, 1992
Captain Ron September 18, 1992 Touchwood Pacific Partners
Alive January 15, 1993 Paramount PicturesTP
The Cemetery Club February 3, 1993 Silver Screen Partners IV
Indian Summer April 23, 1993 Outlaw Productions
Life with Mikey June 4, 1993
What's Love Got to Do with It June 9, 1993
Another Stakeout July 23, 1993
My Boyfriend's Back August 6, 1993
The Program September 24, 1993 The Samuel Goldwyn Company
The Nightmare Before ChristmasTNBC October 29, 1993 Skellington Productions
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit December 10, 1993
Cabin Boy January 7, 1994
My Father the Hero February 4, 1994
The Ref March 9, 1994 Don Simpson Productions & Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The Inkwell April 22, 1994
When a Man Loves a Woman April 29, 1994
Renaissance Man June 3, 1994 Cinergi Pictures
I Love Trouble June 29, 1994 Caravan Pictures
It's Pat August 25, 1994
A Simple Twist of Fate September 2, 1994
Ed Wood September 30, 1994
Bad Company January 20, 1995
The Jerky Boys: The Movie February 3, 1995 Caravan Pictures
Jefferson in Paris March 31, 1995 Merchant Ivory Productions
Mad Love May 26, 1995 PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Feast of July October 13, 1995 Merchant Ivory Productions
Father of the Bride Part II December 8, 1995 Sandollar Productions and The Meyers/Shyer Company
Mr. Wrong February 16, 1996
Up Close & Personal March 1, 1996 Cinergi Pictures; North America distribution only
Two Much March 15, 1996 Interscope Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Little Indian, Big CityLIBC March 22, 1996 Canal+ and TF1
Last Dance May 3, 1996
Boys May 10, 1996 Interscope Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Phenomenon July 3, 1996
Kazaam July 17, 1996 Interscope Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment; North America distribution only
Ransom November 8, 1996
The War at Home November 20, 1996
The Preacher's Wife December 13, 1996 The Samuel Goldwyn Company
Metro January 17, 1997 Caravan Pictures
The 6th Man March 28, 1997
Romy and Michele's High School Reunion April 25, 1997
Con Air June 6, 1997 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Face/Off June 27, 1997 Paramount Pictures, Permut Presentations and WCG EntertainmentPT
Nothing to Lose July 18, 1997
Air Force One July 23, 1997 Beacon Communications and Columbia Pictures; international distribution through Buena Vista Pictures
A Thousand Acres September 26, 1997 Beacon Communications and PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Playing God October 17, 1997 Beacon Communications
Starship TroopersSTTR November 7, 1997 TriStar Pictures; International distribution only
Kundun December 25, 1997
The Wonderful Ice Cream SuitDTV January 23, 1998
Krippendorf's Tribe February 27, 1998
He Got Game May 1, 1998 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks
The Horse Whisperer May 8, 1998
Six Days, Seven Nights June 12, 1998 Caravan Pictures
Armageddon July 1, 1998 Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Valhalla Motion Pictures
Mafia! July 24, 1998
Snake Eyes August 7, 1998 Paramount Pictures; International distribution only
Holy Man October 9, 1998 Caravan Pictures
Rushmore October 9, 1998 Wes Anderson
Beloved October 16, 1998 Harpo Productions
The Waterboy November 6, 1998
Enemy of the State November 20, 1998 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
A Civil Action January 8, 1999 Paramount Pictures and Scott Rudin ProductionsTP
The Other Sister February 26, 1999
10 Things I Hate About You March 31, 1999
Instinct June 4, 1999 Spyglass Entertainment
Summer of Sam July 2, 1999 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks
Runaway Bride July 30, 1999 Paramount Pictures, Lakeshore Entertainment, and Interscope Communications
The 13th Warrior August 13, 1999
Mumford September 24, 1999
Bringing Out the Dead October 22, 1999 Paramount Pictures
The Insider November 5, 1999 Spyglass Entertainment
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo December 10, 1999 Happy Madison Productions
Cradle Will Rock December 10, 1999
Bicentennial ManBM December 17, 1999 Columbia Pictures and 1492 Pictures, only USA/Canada distribution.
The Hurricane December 29, 1999 Azoff Entertainment, Beacon Communications, Beacon Pictures and Universal Pictures, only international distribution.

2000s[]

Title US Release Co-production with
Play It to the Bone January 14, 2000
Mission to Mars March 10, 2000 Spyglass Entertainment
High Fidelity March 31, 2000 Working Title Films
Keeping the Faith April 14, 2000 Spyglass Entertainment
Shanghai Noon May 26, 2000 Spyglass Entertainment
Gone in 60 Seconds June 9, 2000 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Coyote Ugly August 4, 2000
The Crew August 25, 2000
Unbreakable November 22, 2000 Barry Mendel Productions
O Brother, Where Art Thou?OBWAT December 25, 2000 Universal Pictures, StudioCanal and Working Title Films, also North American distribution
Double Take January 12, 2001
Spy KidsMIR March 30, 2001 Troublemaker Studios
Bridget Jones's DiaryMIR April 13, 2001 Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, and Working Title Films; North America distribution only
Calle 54MIR May 11, 2001
Bounty Hunters 2: HardballMIR, DTV May 15, 2001
About AdamMIR May 18, 2001 BBC Films, Irish Film Board, and Venus Productions; North America distribution only
The Son's RoomMIR June 8, 2001
Crazy/Beautiful June 29, 2001
Everybody's Famous!MIR
The ClosetMIR
Apocalypse Now ReduxMIR August 3, 2001
The OthersMIR August 10, 2001 Las Producciones del Escorpion, SL and Sociedad General De Cine, S.A; North America distribution only
Bubble Boy August 24, 2001
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back View Askew Productions
OMIR August 31, 2001
New Port South September 7, 2001
SerendipityMIR October 5, 2001 Tapestry Films
Corky Romano October 12, 2001
Iron MonkeyMIR Golden Harvest, Long Shong Pictures, Paragon Films, and Film Workshop; North America distribution only
Daddy and ThemMIR October 26, 2001
High Heels and Low Lifes
On the Line
Amélie November 16, 2001 Claudie Ossard Productions, UGC, Victoires Productions, Tapioca Films, France 3 Cinéma, MMC Independent, Sofica Sofinergie 5, Filmstiftung, Canal+, and France 3 Cinéma; North America distribution only
Out Cold November 21, 2001 Spyglass Entertainment and The Donners' Company
Baran December 7, 2001
Behind the Sun December 12, 2001
Piñero December 13, 2001
Iris December 14, 2001 The BBC Film Finance and IM: Intermedia Films
The Royal Tenenbaums American Empirical Pictures
In the Bedroom December 25, 2001 Good Machine, Eastern Standard Film Company, and GreeneStreet Films
Kate & LeopoldMIR
The Shipping News January 11, 2002
Italian for Beginners January 18, 2002
The Count of Monte Cristo January 25, 2002
Birthday Girl February 1, 2002 HAL Films and FilmFour Productions; North America distribution only
40 Days and 40 Nights March 1, 2002 Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, and Working Title Films; North America distribution only
Mexico City March 12, 2002
Sorority Boys March 22, 2002 MBST Entertainment
Stolen Summer
Big Trouble April 5, 2002
Enigma April 19, 2002 Broadway Video
Lucky Break studio credit only; co-production with Paramount Pictures, Fragile Films and Film4
Frank McKlusky, C.I. April 26, 2002
Ultimate X: The Movie May 6, 2002 ESPN Films
The Importance of Being Earnest May 17, 2002 Ealing Studios, Film Council, Fragile Films, Newmarket Capital Group
Bad Company June 7, 2002 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Reign of Fire July 12, 2002 Spyglass Entertainment
Full Frontal August 2, 2002
Signs Blinding Edge Pictures and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Tadpole
Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams August 7, 2002 Troublemaker Studios
Undisputed August 23, 2002 Millennium Films, Motion Picture Corporation of America, A Band Apart, @radical.media
Sweet Home Alabama September 27, 2002
Heaven October 4, 2002
Moonlight Mile
Comedian October 11, 2002
Abandon October 18, 2002 Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment, also international distribution
Naqoyqatsi Qatsi Productions
Frida October 25, 2002 Ventanarosa and Lionsgate Films
Paid in Full Roc-A-Fella Films

Loud Films

Rat Entertainment

Waking Up in Reno
Ararat November 15, 2002
Rabbit-Proof Fence November 29, 2002 Rumbalara Films, Olsen Levy, and Showtime Australia; North America distribution only
The Hot Chick December 13, 2002 Happy Madison Productions
Gangs of New York December 20, 2002 Alberto Grimaldi Productions and Initial Entertainment Group
Speakeasy December 25, 2002
Chicago December 27, 2002
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind December 31, 2002 Mad Chance, Section Eight, Mel's Cite du Cinema, JVS & Co.
25th Hour January 10, 2003 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks
City of God January 17, 2003
The Recruit January 31, 2003 Spyglass Entertainment
Shanghai Knights February 7, 2003
The Quiet AmericanMIR
Gerry February 14, 2003
Bringing Down the House March 7, 2003
View from the Top March 12, 2003 Brad Grey Pictures
Dysfunktional Family April 4, 2003
People I KnowMIR April 25, 2003 Myriad Pictures, South Fork Pictures and Pacific Data Images
Blue Car May 2, 2003
Bruce Almighty May 23, 2003 Universal Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and Shady Acres Entertainment
Jet Lag June 13, 2003 StudioCanal; North America distribution only
Dirty Pretty Things July 18, 2003
Buffalo SoldiersMIR July 25, 2003 FilmFour, Good Machine, Grosvenor Park Productions, and Odeon Film
Seabiscuit International distribution only; Produced by Universal Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and DreamWorks Pictures
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Troublemaker Studios
The Magdalene Sisters August 1, 2003 Momentum Pictures, Temple Films, and PFP Films; North America distribution only
Open Range August 14, 2003 Cobalt Media Group
The Battle of Shaker Heights August 22, 2003
Calendar Girls September 2, 2003
Hope Springs September 5, 2003
Cold Creek Manor September 19, 2003
Duplex September 26, 2003 Red Hour Films and Flower Films
Under the Tuscan Sun
Veronica Guerin October 2, 2003 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The Station Agent October 3, 2003
Kill Bill: Volume 1 October 10, 2003 Springbok Productions and Shiny Penny Productions
The Human Stain October 31, 2003 Lakeshore Entertainment
The Barbarian Invasions November 21, 2003 Canal+ and Telefilm Canada; North America distribution only
Monster December 24, 2003 Newmarket Films and Springbok Productions
Cold MountainMIR December 25, 2003 Mirage Enterprises, Bona Fide Productions, Castel Film Romania, Cattleya
My Baby's Daddy January 9, 2004
Hidalgo March 5, 2004 Casey Sliver Productions
The Ladykillers
Shaolin Soccer April 2, 2004 Star Overseas Ltd and Universe Entertainment Ltd; North America distribution only
Ella Enchanted April 9, 2004
I'm Not Scared Alquimia Cinema, Cattleya, Colorado Film Production, Medusa Film, The Producers Films; North America distribution only
The Alamo Imagine Entertainment
You Can't Stop the Murders
Kill Bill: Volume 2 April 16, 2004 Springbok Productions and Shiny Penny Productions
Valentín May 7, 2004
Raising Helen May 28, 2004 Beacon Communications
Zatōichi June 4, 2004 Bandai Visual, Tokyo FM, Dentsu, TV Asahi, Saitō Entertainment, Office Kitano; North America distribution only
King Arthur July 7, 2004 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
The Village July 30, 2004 Scott Rudin Productions
Hero August 27, 2004 Sil-Metropole Organisation, CFCC, Elite Group Enterprises, Zhang Yimou Studio, Beijing New Picture Film; North America distribution only
Mr. 3000 September 17, 2004 Spyglass Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Infernal Affairs September 24, 2004 Media Asia films and Basic Pictures; North America distribution only
The Last Shot MBST Entertainment
Ladder 49 October 1, 2004 Beacon Communications
Shall We Dance? October 15, 2004
Chestnut: Hero of Central Park October 21, 2004 Distribution only; rights now owned by DHX Media
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason November 19, 2004 Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, and Working Title Films
Finding Neverland November 24, 2004 FilmColony
The Chorus December 22, 2004 Vega Film, Banque Populaire Images 4, CP Medien AG, Canal+, Centre, National de la Cinématographie (CNC), Dan Valley Film AG, France 2 Cinéma, Galatée Films, Novo Arturo Films, Pathé Renn Productions, Procirep; North America distribution only
Darkness December 25, 2004 Fantastic Factory; North America distribution only
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou American Empirical Pictures and Scott Rudin Productions
Bride and Prejudice February 11, 2005 Pathé, UK Film Council, Kintop Pictures, Bend It Films, Inside Track Films, Media, Bride Productions; North America distribution only
Cursed February 25, 2005 Outerbanks Entertainment
The Best of Youth March 2, 2005 Rai Fiction; North America distribution only
Dear Frankie March 4, 2005 Pathé; North America distribution only
Hostage March 11, 2005
Sin City April 1, 2005 Troublemaker Studios
A Lot like Love April 22, 2005 Beacon Communications
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy April 29, 2005 Spyglass Entertainment
Twin Sisters May 6, 2005 North American distribution only
Cinderella Man June 3, 2005 Universal Pictures; International distribution only
Dark Water July 8, 2005
The Warrior July 15, 2005
Secuestro Express August 5, 2005
The Great Raid August 12, 2005
The Brothers Grimm August 26, 2005 Atlas Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Summit Entertainment. Rights are co-owned by Walt Disney Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Underclassman September 2, 2005
Flightplan September 23, 2005 Imagine Entertainment
Daltry Calhoun September 25, 2005
Goal! September 29, 2005 Milkshake Films and Epsilon Motion Pictures [1]
Proof September 30, 2005
ShopgirlSG October 21, 2005 20th Century Fox and Hyde Park Entertainment; North America distribution only
Show Me November 4, 2005
Derailed November 11, 2005
Undertaking Betty November 12, 2005
The Libertine November 25, 2005 Icon Productions
Casanova December 25, 2005
The Matador December 30, 2005
Annapolis January 27, 2006
Spymate February 24, 2006
Tsotsi
Kinky Boots April 14, 2006
Stick It April 28, 2006 Spyglass Entertainment
Keeping Up with the Steins May 12, 2006
The Heart of the Game July 7, 2006
Clerks II July 21, 2006 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and View Askew Productions
The Night Listener August 4, 2006
Pulse August 11, 2006
Step Up August 19, 2006 Summit Entertainment
Renaissance September 22, 2006
The Guardian September 26, 2006 Beacon Communications
The PrestigeTPR October 20, 2006 Warner Bros. Pictures, Syncopy Films, Springbok Productions and Newmarket Films; North American distribution only
Deja Vu November 22, 2006 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Apocalypto December 8, 2006 Springbok Productions and Icon Productions
Venus December 21, 2006
Wild Hogs March 2, 2007 Tollin/Robbins Productions
The Lookout March 30, 2007 Spyglass Entertainment
Grindhouse April 6, 2007 Troublemaker Studios, Shiny Penny Productions, Springbok Productions
The Hoax
Eagle vs Shark June 15, 2007
The Golden Door
No. 2 July 27, 2007
Becoming Jane August 10, 2007 HanWay Films, BBC Films and Blueprint Pictures
Dedication August 24, 2007 Plum Pictures
Gone Baby Gone October 19, 2007 Pearl Street Films and The Ladd Company
Dan in Real LifeDIRL October 26, 2007 Focus Features, also USA distribution
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly November 30, 2007
Step Up 2: The Streets February 14, 2008 Summit Entertainment
City of Men February 29, 2008
Smart People April 11, 2008
Reprise May 16, 2008
Swing Vote August 1, 2008 Tree House Films
Miracle at St. Anna September 26, 2008 40 Acres and a Mule Filmworks and Rai Cinema
Blindness October 3, 2008
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas November 28, 2008 Heyday Films
Doubt December 25, 2008 Scott Rudin Productions
The ReaderMIR January 30, 2009 Mirage Enterprises and Neunte Babelsberg Film GmbH
Confessions of a Shopaholic February 13, 2009 Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Dean Spanley February 21, 2009
Adventureland April 3, 2009
The Proposal June 19, 2009 Mandeville Films
Chéri June 26, 2009
Extract September 4, 2009
Surrogates September 25, 2009 Brownstone Productions and Mandeville Films
The Boys Are Back HanWay Films, BBC Films, Screen Australia, AFFC, Tiger Aspect Productions
The Road November 25, 2009
Everybody's Fine December 4, 2009

2010s[]

Title US Release Co-production with
When in Rome January 29, 2010
The Last Song March 31, 2010 Offspring Entertainment
Step Up 3D August 6, 2010 Summit Entertainment
The Switch August 20, 2010 Mandate Pictures
You Again September 24, 2010 Frontier Pictures
All Good Things December 3, 2010
The Fighter December 10, 2010 Closest to the Hole Productions, Mandeville Films, Relativity Media, Protozoa Pictures; International distribution only
The Tempest
The King's Speech December 24, 2010 UK Film Council, Momentum Pictures, Aegis Film Fund, Molinare, London, FilmNation Entertainment, See-Saw Films, Bedlam Productions; North America distribution only
Gnomeo & Juliet February 11, 2011 Rocket Pictures
I Am Number Four February 18, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment; distribution only
Whistle Down the Wind May 20, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Springbok Productions, Amblin Entertainment
The Help August 10, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Participant Media, Image Nation, Reliance Entertainment, Springbok Productions, 1492 Pictures, Harbinger Pictures; distribution only
Fright Night August 19, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Michael De Luca Productions, Gaetz/Rosenzweig Films; distribution only
Real Steel October 7, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, 21 Laps Entertainment; distribution only
The Artist November 25, 2011 Icon Productions
War Horse December 25, 2011 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Springbok Productions, Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company; distribution only
Coriolanus January 20, 2012 Icon Productions
Sailor Moon March 3, 2012 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Imagine Entertainment, Enima Studios
Mad BuddiesSA June 22, 2012 Keynote Films
People Like Us June 29, 2012 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, K/O Paper Products; distribution only
Lincoln November 9, 2012 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Participant Media, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Amblin Entertainment, Springbok Productions; North America distribution only
Sailor Moon: Crystal Heart April 5, 2013 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Imagine Entertainment, Enima Studios
Lovelace August 9, 2013 Nu Image, Millennium Films, Eclectic Pictures, Untitled Entertainment, Animus Films, Telling Pictures
The Butler August 16, 2013 Laura Ziskin Productions, Windy Hill Pictures, Follow Through Productions, Salamander Pictures, Pam Williams Productions
The Fifth Estate October 18, 2013 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Anonymous Content; distribution only
Memphis December 13, 2013 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment; distribution only
August: Osage County December 27, 2013 Jean Doumanian Productions, Smoke House Pictures, Battle Mountain Films, Yucaipa Films
The Wind Rises February 21, 2014 Studio Ghibli, Nippon Television Network, Dentsu, Hakuhodo DY Media Partners, Walt Disney Japan, Mitsubishi, Toho, KDDI, The Kennedy/Marshall Company; North American distribution only
Need for Speed March 14, 2014 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Electronic Arts, and Bandito Brothers; distribution only
On the Other Side of the Tracks April 4, 2014 North American distribution only
The Hundred-Foot Journey August 8, 2014 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Image Nation, Amblin Entertainment, Harpo Films; distribution only
Big Eyes December 25, 2014 Electric City Entertainment, Silverwood Films, Tim Burton Productions
Strange Magic January 23, 2015 Lucasfilm Ltd., Lucasfilm Animation Singapore, Industrial Light & Magic
Trail of Tears August 1, 2015 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Media Rights Capital, Pacific Standard Productions, Springbok Productions
Schuks! Pay Back the Money!SA August 28, 2015
Bridge of Spies October 16, 2015 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Springbok Productions, Fox 2000 Pictures, Participant Media, TSG Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment; North American distribution onlySF
The Light Between Oceans September 2, 2016 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Heyday Films; distribution only
Who Cancelled Roger Rabbit? June 2, 2017 Denver and Delilah Animation, ImageMovers, Amblin Entertainment
My Hero Academia: Two HeroesMHA July 5, 2018 Bones and Toho; North American distribution only
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot October 15, 2019 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, View Askew Productions, SModcast Pictures, Miramax, Mewesings Hideout Pictures, Destro Films, Intercut Capital; distribution only alongside Saban Films
Richard Jewell December 13, 2019 Springbok Productions, 20th Century Fox, Malpaso Productions, Appian Way Productions, Misher Films, 75 Year Plan Productions; Co-distributed with 20th Century Fox
My Hero Academia: Heroes RisingMHA December 20, 2019 Bones and Toho; North American distribution only

2020s[]

Title US Release Co-production with
The Gentlemen January 24, 2020 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Pictures, Miramax; distribution only

Upcoming releases[]

Title US Release Co-production with
Killroy was Here 2021 DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Pictures, View Askew Productions, Miramax; distribution only
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent DreamWorks Pictures, Saban Films, Reliance Entertainment, Saturn Films
Third My Hero Academia filmMHA Summer 2021 Bones and Toho; North American distribution only
Clerks III TBA DreamWorks Pictures, Saban Films, Miramax, Reliance Entertainment, View Askew Productions, SModcast Pictures, Mewesings

Notes[]

  • STDistribution was split between Buena Vista Pictures Distribution for the USA and Canada and The Samuel Goldwyn Company for all worldwide. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer currently distributed for non-US TV and digital rights under Orion Pictures label.[2]
  • TRThe Rocketeer was released as a Walt Disney Pictures release in North America and the worldwide Blu-ray release. However, outside of the United States and Canada, the film was released through the Touchstone Pictures label.[3][4]
  • TPThese films were co-financed by Touchstone (Disney) and Paramount Pictures, with Buena Vista Pictures Distribution handling the North American and Canadian distribution and Paramount handling the international distribution.[5][6]
  • TNBCReleased as a Touchstone Pictures film in its original 1993 release; it has since been reissued under the Walt Disney Pictures label since its 2006 theatrical re-release.[7]
  • LIBCThe U.S. theatrical release of this French film was a contractual condition, from actor-producer Thierry Lhermitte, that Disney had to accept in order to gain the remake rights. The version shown to U.S. audiences was dubbed with American voice actors. The American remake, Jungle 2 Jungle starring Tim Allen, was released through the Walt Disney Pictures label on March 7, 1997.[8]
  • PTThese films were co-financed by Paramount Pictures and Touchstone (Disney), with Paramount handling the North American distribution and Buena Vista International handling the international distribution.[9][10][11][12][13]
  • STTRStarship Troopers was co-financed by TriStar Pictures and Touchstone (Disney), with Sony Pictures handling the U.S and Canadian distribution and Buena Vista International handling the international distribution.
  • DTVMeans the film was only released Direct-to-video.
  • BMBicentennial Man was co-financed by Touchstone (Disney) and Columbia Pictures, with Buena Vista Pictures Distribution handling the North American distribution and Sony Pictures handling the international distribution.[14]
  • OBWATOBrother, Where Art Thou? was co-financed by Touchstone (Disney) and Universal Pictures, with Buena Vista Pictures Distribution handling the North American distribution and Universal handling some of the international distribution.}}
  • MIRThese films were previously under development or were set to be released under the original incarnation of Miramax Films before the company was reacquired by Disney and closed in March of 2001.[15][16]
  • SGShopgirl was co-financed by Touchstone (Disney) and 20th Century Fox, with Buena Vista Pictures Distribution handling the North American distribution and Fox handling the international distribution. On December 14, 2017, The Walt Disney Company announced it is acquiring most of Fox's parent company, 21st Century Fox, including 20th Century Fox. The deal had been finalized on December 14, 2018, and as a result of the merger, Disney now holds worldwide distribution rights to the film.[17]
  • TPRThe Prestige was co-financed by Touchstone (Disney) and Warner Bros., with Buena Vista Pictures Distribution handling the North American distribution and Warner Bros. handling the international distribution.
  • DIRLDan in Real Life was co-financed by Touchstone (Disney) and Focus Features, with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures handling the North American distribution, Focus Features handling the international distribution and Icon Film Distribution handling the United Kingdom and Australian distribution.
  • SAThese films were financed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Africa and released in South Africa through Touchstone.
  • SFThe film was co-financed by DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox, with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures handling the North American distribution through Touchstone, and Fox handling the international distribution. On December 14, 2017, The Walt Disney Company announced it is acquiring most of Fox's parent company, 21st Century Fox, including 20th Century Fox. The deal had been finalized on December 14, 2018, and as a result of the merger, Disney now holds worldwide distribution rights to those films.[18]
  • MHAThe English dubs of the My Hero Academia films are co-produced with Fuzzy Door Productions and Enima Studios.

See also[]

Further reading[]

References[]

  1. Template:Cite book
  2. Sussman, Soll. "Bette Midler to star in Stella Dallas remake." The Item (June 4, 1989).
  3. Cooke, Jon B. (transcribed by Sam Gafford). "Rocketeer creator Dave Stevens on his life as an artist." Comic Book Artist #15 via tomorrows.com. Retrieved: October 31, 2010.
  4. "Disney rebrands Rocketeer to reach wider audience." Screen Finance, August 21, 1991.
  5. D. Smith 2006, pp. 127-128.
  6. D. Smith 2006, p. 22.
  7. An Interview with Don Hahn (page 1 of 2). dvdizzy.com (2006-10-11). Retrieved on May 11, 2013.
  8. D. Smith 2006, pp. 370 & 404.
  9. D. Smith 2006, p. 92.
  10. PA0000857190 / 1997-08-29, United States Copyright Office. Retrieved on 2013-05-11.
  11. Supplemented by: PA0000938840 / 1999-05-03, United States Copyright Office. Retrieved on 2013-05-11.
  12. D. Smith 2006, p. 96.
  13. D. Smith 2006, p. 584.
  14. D. Smith 2006, p. 71.
  15. Miramax Shuts Doors, Disney Reclaims Library. Variety (March 3, 2001).
  16. Disney's Plans For Miramax's Unfinished Projects. The Walt Disney Company (March 5, 2001).
  17. The Walt Disney Company To Acquire Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc., After Spinoff Of Certain Businesses, For $52.4 Billion In Stock. The Walt Disney Company (December 14, 2017).
  18. The Walt Disney Company To Acquire Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc., After Spinoff Of Certain Businesses, For $52.4 Billion In Stock. The Walt Disney Company (December 14, 2017).

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