Black Label Media is a Los Angeles based independent film producer and finance company founded in 2013.
The founders are Molly Smith, the daughter of billionaire Frederick W. Smith who founded FedEx and invested in the company. And Thad Luckinbill, an actor on Young and the Restless for 11 years, and twin brother Trent Luckinbill.
The name of the company was taken from the American Express Centurion "Black Card" and in part by Johnnie Walker Black whiskey.
Films produced include The Good Lie (2014), Demolition (2015), Sicario (2015), Only the Brave (2017), 12 Strong (2018) and Sicario: Day of the Soldado (2018). The company had a 25 percent stake in La La Land (2016).