Color Force is an American independent film and television production company founded in 2007 by producer and film executive Nina Jacobson after her 2006 termination as president of Disney's Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group.
Its films include the Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Hunger Games series. Color Force signed a three-year "first-look" production deal with DreamWorks in December 2006. In 2012, Brad Simpson became partner. Later that year, Color Force signed a first-look deal with FX Productions. In 2014, the company signed a first-look deal with 20th Century Fox.
In 2017, Jacobson and Simpson appointed Nellie Reed as head of Color Force's television productions.
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid||March 19, 2010||Thor Freudenthal||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with Dune Entertainment||$15,000,000||$118,182,020|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules||March 25, 2011||David Bowers||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with Dune Entertainment||$21,000,000||$87,378,502|
|One Day||August 19, 2011||Lone Scherfig||Distributed by Focus Features; co-production with Random House Films and Film4 Productions||$15,000,000||$56,706,628|
|The Hunger Games||March 23, 2012||Gary Ross||Distributed by Lionsgate||$78,000,000||$691,247,768|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days||August 3, 2012||David Bowers||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with Dune Entertainment||$22,000,000||$77,112,176|
|The Hunger Games: Catching Fire||November 22, 2013||Francis Lawrence||Distributed by Lionsgate||$130,000,000||$854,355,361|
|The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1||November 21, 2014||Francis Lawrence||Distributed by Lionsgate; co-production with Lionsgate||$125,000,000||$755,100,229|
|The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2||November 20, 2015||Francis Lawrence||Distributed by Lionsgate; co-production with Lionsgate||$160,000,000||$652,955,370|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul||May 19, 2017||David Bowers||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with TSG Entertainment||$22,000,000||$24,380,215|
|Crazy Rich Asians||August 17, 2018||Jon M. Chu||Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures; co-production with Ivanhoe Pictures||$30,000,000||$231,310,201|
|Ben Is Back||December 7, 2018||Peter Hedges||Distributed by Roadside Attractions, LD Entertainment and Lionsgate, co-production with 30West and Black Bear Pictures||$13,000,000||$10 million|
|Where'd You Go, Bernadette||August 16, 2019||Richard Linklater||Distributed by United Artists Releasing; co-production with Annapurna Pictures||$18 million||$10 million|
|The Goldfinch||September 13, 2019||John Crowley||Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures; co-production with Amazon Studios||$44 million||$9 million|
|All Day and a Night||May 1, 2020||Joe Robert Cole||Distributed by Netflix|
|The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes||November 17, 2023||Francis Lawrence||Distributed by Lionsgate; co-production with Good Universe|
|Title||Series Premiere||Series Finale||Creator(s)||Network||Co-production with||Note|
|American Crime Story||February 2, 2016||present||Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski||FX||Scott & Larry Productions, Ryan Murphy Television, FXP, and 20th Television; distributed by 20th Television (2016–18) / Disney Platform Distribution (2021-).|
|Pose||June 3, 2018||June 6, 2021||Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Steven Canals||Ryan Murphy Television, Brad Falchuk Teley-vision, 20th Television, and FXP; distributed by 20th Television (2018–19) / Disney Platform Distribution (2021).|
|Y: The Last Man||September 13, 2021||November 1, 2021||Michael Green and Melina Matsoukas||FX on Hulu||Future Investigations, Witch's Mark Productions and FXP; distributed by Disney Platform Distribution.|||