|Founders||Charles Roven |
|Products||Motion Pictures Production and Financing|
Mosaic Media Group
Atlas Entertainment is an American film financing and production company, started by Charles Roven, Bob Cavallo and Dawn Steel in 1995.
In 1990, Charles Roven and partner Bob Cavallo formed Roven/Cavallo Entertainment. At the same time, wife Dawn Steel, who was formerly employee of Columbia Pictures formed Steel Pictures, and signed a deal with Walt Disney Studios to produce feature films.
In 1995, they merged Roven/Cavallo Entertainment with Steel Pictures to create a new entity Atlas Entertainment, and it signed an exclusive feature film deal with Turner Pictures.
In 1997, Bob Cavallo left Atlas Entertainment to join Walt Disney Studios. Later that year, Dawn Steel, a manager in the company, died.
On July 29, 1999, Atlas Entertainment was merged with Gold/Miller Management to create Mosaic Media Group.
In 2008, Charles Roven split off their ties from Mosaic Media Group, and relaunched Atlas Entertainment with a first-look deal at Sony Pictures.
On May 6, 2014, Atlas promoted Curt Kanemoto from production executive to VP of production, joining Andy Horwitz and Jake Kurily, Topher Rhys-Lawrence from first assistant to creative executive, joining Rebecca Roven and Dan Wiedenhaupt, and promoted Patrick Blood from Atlas executive to VP of legal and business affairs. In December 2014, Atlas started its subsidiary, a management company called Atlas Artists, headed by Dave Fleming.
Charles Roven and Richard Suckle produced 2013 film American Hustle, for which both producers were nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture. 12 Monkeys episode “Mentally Divergent” was also nominated for Cinematography Awards. Atlas also produced the films The Whole Truth with Suckle, while Warcraft (release date June 10, 2016) and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (release date March 25, 2016) with Roven. Uncharted was also produced by Atlas along with Arad Productions.
|1995||Angus||New Line Cinema||co-production with Turner Pictures and the BBC||$1.5 million||$4.8 million|
|12 Monkeys||Universal Pictures||co-production with Classico||$29.5 million||$168.8 million|
|1998||Fallen||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with Turner Pictures||$46 million||$25.2 million|
|City of Angels||co-production with TaurusFilm and Regency Enterprises||$55 million||$198.7 million|
|1999||Three Kings||co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Village-A.M. Film Partnership and Coast Ridge Films||$48 million||$107.7 million|
|2002||Rollerball||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer||co-production with Helkon Media KG, Mosaic Media Group, Toho-Towa and Yorktown Productions||$70 million||$25.9 million|
|Scooby-Doo||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with Mosaic Media Group||$84 million||$275.7 million|
|2005||The Brothers Grimm||Dimension Films||co-production with Mosaic Media Group, Daniel Bobker Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer||$80–88 million||$105.3 million|
|2006||Idlewild||Universal Pictures||co-production with Forensic Films, HBO Films and Mosaic Media Group||$10 million||$12.6 million|
|2008||Get Smart||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Mosaic Media Group, Mad Chance and Callahan Filmworks||$80 million||$230.7 million|
|2009||The International||Sony Pictures Releasing||co-production with Columbia Pictures and Relativity Media||$50 million||$60.2 million|
|2011||Season of the Witch||Relativity Media||co-production with Rogue||$40 million||$91.6 million|
|2013||American Hustle||Sony Pictures Releasing||co-production with Columbia Pictures and Annapurna Pictures||$251.2 million|
|2016||Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with DC Entertainment, RatPac Entertainment and Cruel and Unusual Films||$250–300 million||$873.6 million|
|Warcraft||Universal Pictures||co-production with Legendary Pictures, Blizzard Entertainment, Tencent Pictures and Huayi Brothers||$160 million||$439 million|
|Suicide Squad||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with DC Films and RatPac Entertainment||$175 million||$746.8 million|
|The Whole Truth||Lionsgate Premiere||co-production with FilmNation Entertainment, PalmStar Entertainment, Likely Story and Merced Media||$7.9 million||$1.8 million|
|2017||The Great Wall||Universal Pictures||co-production with Legendary East, China Film Group, Le Vision Pictures, Dentsu Inc. and Fuji Television Network, Inc.||$150 million||$334.9 million|
|Wonder Woman||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with DC Films, RatPac Entertainment, Cruel and Unusual Films, Tencent Pictures and Wanda Pictures||$120–150 million||$821.8 million|
|Justice League||co-production with DC Films, RatPac Entertainment and Cruel and Unusual Films||$300 million||$657 million|
|2020||Wonder Woman 1984||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with DC Films and The Stone Quarry||$200 million||$188.1 million|
|2021||The Suicide Squad||co-production with DC Films and The Safran Company||$185 million||$167.4 million|
|2022||Uncharted||Sony Pictures Releasing||co-production with Columbia Pictures, Arad Productions and PlayStation Productions||$120 million||$384.7 million|
|2023||Oppenheimer||Universal Pictures||co-production with Syncopy Inc.|
|2007||Live!||Vivendi Entertainment||co-production with Vivendi|
|2019||Triple Frontier||Netflix||co-production with Netflix Original Films|
|2021||Zack Snyder's Justice League||HBO Max||co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, DC Films, Access / Dune Entertainment and The Stone Quarry|
|2015-2018||12 Monkeys||Syfy||co-production with Division Street (seasons 3–4) and Universal Cable Productions||4||47|
|2018–2020||Dirty John||Bravo (season 1)
USA Network (season 2)
|co-production with Universal Cable Productions (season 1), Universal Content Productions (season 2- ), Los Angeles Times Studios and Nutmegger||2||16|
|2019||What/If||Netflix||co-production with Page Fright, Compari Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television||1||10|
|2010||Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster||Cartoon Network||co-production with Warner Premiere, Telvan Productions and Nine/8 Entertainment|