Mandeville Films is an American film production company headquartered in Burbank, California. Founded in 1995 by David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman, the company re-formed as Mandeville Films and Television in 2002 after a short hiatus for three years, with Hoberman and Todd Lieberman as partners and co-owners.
Film executive David Hoberman founded Mandeville Films in January 1995 as he exited Walt Disney Studios with a five-year, multi-picture production deal.
In 1999, Hoberman hired Ashok Amritraj, who was an employee of Franchise Pictures, joined the company, renaming it to Hyde Park Entertainment, which will be a film financer and producer. The Hyde Park company will split deals with Walt Disney Studios and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
In 2002, Amritaj and Hoberman split their ties, and Hoberman himself reformed Mandeville Films with an exclusive five-year contract with Walt Disney Studios. Hoberman brought along fellow producer Todd Lieberman as a partner, who worked with Hoberman when he was senior vice president for international finance at Hyde Park Entertainment.
When Mandeville Films returned to the studios, it was scheduled to produce 2 movies each for Touchstone and MGM: Walking Tall, Raising Helen, The Last Shot, and Beauty Shop. The studio itself went back to Disney in 2006 to co-produce Eight Below and The Shaggy Dog back-to-back.
Mandeville Films has an ongoing partnership with ABC, they renewed their contracts in July 2015, for two more years.
In May 2018, Mandeville Films ended its partnership with Disney to sign with Universal Pictures for a "first-look production agreement".
|1996||Mr. Wrong||Buena Vista Pictures||co-production with Touchstone Pictures; first film|
|1997||The 6th Man||co-production with Touchstone Pictures|
|George of the Jungle||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures, Jay Ward Productions and The Avnet-Kerner Company|
|1998||Senseless||Dimension Films||co-production with Gold/Miller Productions|
|The Negotiator||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with Regency Enterprises, New Regency and Taurus Films|
|I'll Be Home for Christmas||Buena Vista Pictures||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures|
|1999||The Other Sister||co-production with Touchstone Pictures|
|2003||Bringing Down the House||Buena Vista Pictures||co-production with Touchstone Pictures and Hyde Park Entertainment|
|2004||Walking Tall||MGM Distribution Co.||co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, WWE Films and Hyde Park Entertainment|
|Raising Helen||Buena Vista Pictures||co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Beacon Pictures and Hyde Park Entertainment|
|The Last Shot||co-production with Touchstone Pictures|
|2005||Beauty Shop||MGM Distribution Co.||co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, State Street Pictures and Flavour Unit Films|
|2006||Eight Below||Buena Vista Pictures||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company|
|The Shaggy Dog||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and Boxing Cat Films|
|2008||Traitor||Overture Films||co-production with Crescendo Productions and Hyde Park Entertainment|
|Beverly Hills Chihuahua||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures|
|The Lazarus Project||Sony Pictures Home Entertainment||Direct-to-video; co-production with Inferno Distribution, Be Good Productions and Scion Films|
|2009||The Proposal||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||co-production with Touchstone Pictures|
|Surrogates||co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Top Shelf Productions and Brownstone Productions|
|2010||The Fighter||Paramount Pictures||co-production with Relativity Media, Protozoa Pictures and Closest to the Hole Productions|
|2011||The Muppets||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and The Muppets Studio|
|2013||Warm Bodies||Lionsgate||co-production with Summit Entertainment|
|21 & Over||Relativity Media||co-production with Virgin Produced and SkyLand Entertainment|
|2014||Muppets Most Wanted||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and The Muppets Studio|
|2015||The Divergent Series: Insurgent||Lionsgate||co-production with Summit Entertainment and Red Wagon Entertainment|
|2016||The Divergent Series: Allegiant|
|The Duel||Lionsgate Premiere||co-production with Atomic Entertainment, Mississippix Studios, 26 Films, Bron Capital Partners and Crystal Wealth|
|2017||Beauty and the Beast||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures|
|Stronger||Lionsgate||co-production with Roadside Attractions, Bold Films and Nine Stories Productions|
|Wonder||co-production with TIK Films, Participant Media and Walden Media|
|2018||Extinction||Netflix||co-production with Good Universe|
|2019||The Aeronauts||Amazon Studios||co-production with Entertainment One and FilmNation Entertainment|
|2022||Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers||Disney+||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures|
|2023||Shotgun Wedding||Amazon Prime Video (US)||co-production with Lionsgate, Belle Hope Productions and Nuyorican Productions|
|2023||White Bird||Lionsgate||co-production with Participant and 2DUX²|||
|TBA||Shrunk||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||co-production with Walt Disney Pictures|||
|Hunchback||co-production with Angry Child Productions|||
|Untitled Rabbids film||co-production with Ubisoft Film & Television and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios|||
|Treasure Island||Universal Pictures|||
|1999||Ryan Caulfield: Year One||Fox||co-production with Regency Television and Fox Television Studios||1||8|
|2002–2009||Monk||USA Network||co-production with Touchstone Television, USA Cable Entertainment (seasons 1–3), NBC Universal Television Studio (seasons 3–6), Universal Media Studios (season 6) and Universal Cable Productions (seasons 7–8)||8||125|
|2007||The Kill Point||Spike||co-production with Lionsgate Television||1||8|
|2010–2011||Detroit 1-8-7||ABC||co-production with ABC Studios and Remainder Men Films||18|
|2015||Wicked City||co-production with ABC Studios||8|
|2016||The Family||co-production with ABC Studios and Minnesota Logging Company||12|
|2019||The Fix||co-production with ABC Studios and Happier in Hollywood||10|
|1997||Toothless||ABC||co-production with Walt Disney Television|
|2011||Geek Charming||Disney Channel|
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