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LD Entertainment, LLC
FormerlyLiddell Entertainment
(2007-2011)
Company typePrivate
IndustryFilm
PredecessorBerlanti/Liddell Productions
Founded2007; 17 years ago (2007)
FounderMickey Liddell
Headquarters,
Key people
Mickey Liddell
(Chairman & CEO)
ProductsMotion pictures
Websitewww.ldentertainment.com

LD Entertainment, LLC (formerly known as Liddell Entertainment) is an independent American film studio and sales company, founded in 2007 by Mickey Liddell, which finances, produces, acquires and distributes full-length theatrical motion pictures.

The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and is run by Mickey Liddell, who formerly worked with Greg Berlanti at Berlanti/Liddell Productions.[1] It expects to produce and release four to six films a year with production budgets of up to $25 million.[citation needed]

Filmography

Year Film Director Budget Worldwide gross Notes
2008 The Haunting of Molly Hartley Mickey Liddell $5 million $15.4 million
2009 Good Hair Jeff Stilson $4.2 million
The Collector Marcus Dunstan $3 million $10.2 million
I Love You Phillip Morris John Requa and Glenn Ficarra $13 million $20.8 million
2010 Biutiful Alejandro González Iñárritu $35 million $25.1 million
2011 Albert Nobbs Rodrigo García $7.5 million $8.5 million Nominated:
Academy Award for Best Actress (Glenn Close)
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (Janet McTeer)
Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Silent House Chris Kentis and Laura Lau $2 million $16.5 million
The Grey Joe Carnahan $25 million $79.8 million
Killer Joe William Friedkin $10 million $4.6 million
The Details Jacob Aaron Estes $63,595
2012 The Collection Marcus Dunstan $10 million $9.9 million
Disconnect Henry-Alex Rubin $10 million $3.4 million
Black Rock[2] Katie Aselton $175,682
2013 In Secret Charlie Stratton $652,228
2014 The Devil's Hand Christian E. Christiansen $7 million $1.4 million
2016 Risen Kevin Reynolds $20 million $46.4 million
Anthropoid Sean Ellis $9 million $5.1 million
Jackie Pablo Larraín $9 million $36.6 million Nominated:
Academy Award for Best Actress (Natalie Portman)
Academy Award for Best Original Score
Academy Award for Best Costume Design
2017 The Zookeeper's Wife Niki Caro $20 million $26.2 million
Megan Leavey Gabriela Cowperthwaite $14.5 million
2018 Forever My Girl Bethany Ashton Wolf $3.5 million $16.4 million
I Can Only Imagine Andrew and Jon Erwin $7 million $86.1 million
The Miracle Season[3] Sean McNamara $10.2 million
Dog Days Ken Marino $10 million $6.8 million
Ben Is Back[4] Peter Hedges $13 million $12.6 million
Teen Spirit Max Minghella $1.6 million
Fast Color Julia Hart $76,916
The Biggest Little Farm John Chester $6.5 million
2019 Jacob's Ladder David M. Rosenthal Released on DISH Network
Judy Rupert Goold $10 million $45.5 million Academy Award for Best Actress (Renée Zellweger)
Nominated:
Academy Award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling
Big Time Adolescence Jason Orley Released on Hulu
2020 Looks That Kill Kellen Moore Released digitally
The Sleepover Trish Sie Released on Netflix
Words on Bathroom Walls Thor Freudenthal $9.3 million $3.2 million
The Binge Jeremy Garelick Released on Hulu
The Glorias Julie Taymor $20 million $30,940
2021 The Ultimate Playlist of Noise Bennett Lasseter Released on Hulu
Plan B Natalie Morales
Introducing, Selma Blair Rachel Fleit $5,700
The Cursed Sean Ellis $4.6 million
2022 The Binge 2: It's A Wonderful Binge Paul Scheer Released on Hulu
2023 I.S.S. Gabriela Cowperthwaite $22.4 million TBA

References

  1. ^ Schneider, Michael (2003-03-27). "Berlanti inks 3 yr. WB deal". Variety. Retrieved 2021-09-11.
  2. ^ "Midnight Title 'Black Rock' Bought by Upstart LD Distribution: Sundance". 22 January 2012.
  3. ^ Renner, Brian. "The Miracle Season". Movie Insider. Retrieved 30 November 2017.
  4. ^ Ramos, Dino-Day (July 9, 2018). "Julia Roberts Drama 'Ben Is Back' Acquired By LD Entertainment, Lionsgate & Roadside". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved July 9, 2018.