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Roth/Kirschenbaum Films
FormerlyRoth Films (2007–2016)
Company typePrivate
IndustryMotion pictures
FoundedOctober 2007; 16 years ago (2007-10)
FounderJoe Roth
Jeff Kirschenbaum
HeadquartersLos Angeles, ,
U.S.
Key people

Roth/Kirschenbaum Films (formerly Roth Films) is an American production company formed in 2007 by producer Joe Roth, the founder of Revolution Studios and co-founder of Morgan Creek Entertainment and Caravan Pictures.

History

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Joe Roth announced that he signed an overall deal with Sony Pictures in October 2007, when Revolution Studios' deal with Sony Pictures Entertainment was about to end.[1]

The studio's first production, Alice in Wonderland in 2010, grossed $1 billion worldwide.[2]

In 2015, Jeff Kirschenbaum announced that he would leave Universal Pictures in order to join Roth Films, which he rebranded to its current name Roth/Kirschenbaum Films.[3][4]

Filmography

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Feature films

2010s

Year Title Director Distributor Co-production companies Budget Gross (worldwide)
as Roth Films
2010 Alice in Wonderland Tim Burton Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Walt Disney Pictures
The Zanuck Company
Team Todd
$150–200 million $1.025 billion
2012 Snow White and the Huntsman Rupert Sanders Universal Pictures $170 million $396.6 million
2013 Oz the Great and Powerful Sam Raimi Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Walt Disney Pictures
Curtis-Donen Productions
$200–215 million $493.3 million
2014 Sabotage David Ayer Open Road Films Albert S. Ruddy Productions
Crave Films
QED International
$35 million $17.5-18.4 million
Heaven Is for Real Randall Wallace Sony Pictures Releasing TriStar Pictures
Affirm Films
$12 million $101.3. million
Million Dollar Arm Craig Gillespie Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Walt Disney Pictures
Mayhem Pictures
$25 million $39.2 million
Maleficent Robert Stromberg Walt Disney Pictures
The Zanuck Company
$180–263 million $758.5 million
2015 In the Heart of the Sea Ron Howard Warner Bros. Pictures Village Roadshow Pictures
RatPac-Dune Entertainment
COTT Productions
Enelmar Productions A.I.E.
Spring Creek Pictures
Imagine Entertainment
Kia Jam
$100 million $93.9 million
2016 Miracles from Heaven Patricia Riggen Sony Pictures Releasing Affirm Films
Franklin Entertainment
Columbia Pictures
TriStar Pictures
$13 million $73.9 million
The Huntsman: Winter's War Cedric Nicolas-Troyan Universal Pictures Perfect World Pictures $115 million $165 million
Alice Through the Looking Glass James Bobin Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Walt Disney Pictures
Team Todd
Tim Burton Productions
$170 million $299.5 million
as Roth/Kirschenbaum Films
2017 XXX: Return of Xander Cage D.J. Caruso Paramount Pictures Revolution Studios
One Race Films
$85 million $346.1 million
2019 Maleficent: Mistress of Evil Joachim Rønning Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Walt Disney Pictures $185 million $491.7 million

2020s

Year Title Director Distributor Co-production companies Budget Gross
2020 Dolittle Stephen Gaghan Universal Pictures Perfect World Pictures
Team Downey
$175 million $222.3 million
2021 The United States vs. Billie Holiday Lee Daniels Hulu Lee Daniels Entertainment
New Slate Ventures
Sierra/Affinity
F9 Justin Lin Universal Pictures Original Film
One Race Films
Perfect Storm Entertainment
China Film Co.
$200 million $723 million
2022 Hustle Jeremiah Zagar Netflix Happy Madison Productions
SpringHill Company
The Gray Man Anthony and Joe Russo AGBO
The School for Good and Evil Paul Feig Feigco Entertainment
2023 Fast X Louis Leterrier Universal Pictures Original Film
One Race Films
Perfect Storm Entertainment
China Film Co.
$340 million $714.6 million
Anyone but You Will Gluck Sony Pictures Releasing Columbia Pictures
SK Global
Fifty-Fifty Films
Olive Bridge Entertainment
$25 million $216.9 million
2024 Damsel Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Netflix PCMA

Upcoming

Year Title Director Distributor Co-production companies
2024 A Family Affair Richard LaGravenese Netflix
Jackpot Paul Feig Amazon MGM Studios Feigco Entertainment
2026 Fast XI Louis Leterrier Universal Pictures One Race Films, Perfect Storm Productions, Original Film
TBA Movie Night Jason Bateman Netflix Aggregate Films
Invasion! TBA TBA
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Reyes Universal Pictures FlynnPictureCo., One Race Films, Chris Morgan Productions, Seven Bucks Productions, Original Film

Television

Year Title Creator Network Co-production companies Seasons Episodes
2020 The Plot Against America David Simon
Ed Burns
HBO Annapurna Television
Blown Deadline Productions
1 6
2021 Panic Lauren Oliver Amazon Prime Video Glasstown Entertainment
Adam Schroeder Entertainment
Picrow
Amazon Studios
1 10

References

  1. ^ Holson, Laura M. (2006-05-01). "The Rise and Fall of Revolution". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  2. ^ Graser, Marc (2010-05-15). "Film earnings go mega at Disney". Variety. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  3. ^ Rainey, James (2015-08-14). "Jeffrey Kirschenbaum Leaving Universal to Partner With Joe Roth". Variety. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  4. ^ Fleming, Mike Jr. (2015-08-14). "Jeff Kirschenbaum Exits Universal Co-President Post To Partner With Joe Roth". Deadline. Retrieved 2020-05-04.