Seven Bucks Productions
Company typePartnership
Industry
  • Film
  • Television
  • Emerging technologies
  • Digital networks
Founded2012; 12 years ago (2012)
Founder
Key people
  • Dwayne Johnson
  • Dany Garcia
  • Hiram Garcia
Owner
  • Dwayne Johnson
  • Dany Garcia
Subsidiaries
  • Seven Bucks Digital Studios
  • Seven Bucks Creative[1]
Websitesevenbucks.com

Seven Bucks Productions is a production company involved with various platforms and mediums, credited with creating original releases for television, film, emerging technologies, and digital networks.[2] The studio was co-created and founded by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Dany Garcia. The company produces a variety of projects, directly in relation with Johnson's film slate, these films have grossed $4.6 billion at box office.

Popular films the company has been involved in the production of include Jungle Cruise and Black Adam.

The name Seven Bucks Productions referenced the amount of cash Johnson had in his pocket after he was released from the Canadian Football League in 1995 and before he signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE).[3]

Hiram Garcia, Dany's brother,[4] has served as President of the company overseeing production on each of the studio's projects since 2017.[5] That same year, Chelsea Friedland was hired as Vice President of Production.[6] In March 2019, Kevin Hill was named as Head of Television and Digital Development.[7]

Business organization

List of releases

Film

Title U.S.
release date
Director(s) Co-production
companies
Distributing
company
Released
Rock and a Hard Place March 27, 2017 (2017-03-27) Jon Alpert & Matthew O'Neill 44 Blue Productions, Home Box Office Originals, HBO Documentary Films,[2] Home Box Office Inc. Home Box Office
Baywatch May 25, 2017 (2017-05-25) Seth Gordon Paramount Pictures, Contrafilm, The Montecito Picture Company, Vinson Pictures, Flynn Company, Cold Spring Pictures[12][13][14][15] Paramount Pictures
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle December 20, 2017 (2017-12-20) Jake Kasdan Columbia Pictures, Matt Tolmach Productions, Radar Pictures[16][17][18][19] Sony Pictures Releasing
Rampage April 13, 2018 (2018-04-13) Brad Peyton New Line Cinema, Access Entertainment, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, FlynnPictureCo., Wrigley Pictures, ASAP Entertainment[20][21][22] Warner Bros. Pictures
Skyscraper July 13, 2018 (2018-07-13) Rawson Marshall Thurber Legendary Pictures, FlynnPictureCo.[23][24][25] Universal Pictures
Stuntman September 20, 2018 (2018-09-20) Kurt Mattila Driven Pictures[26][27][28] Endeavor Content[26][a]
Fighting with My Family February 14, 2019 (2019-02-14) Stephen Merchant Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Film4 Productions, The Ink Factory, WWE Studios Inc., Misher Films[31][32] Mirror Releasing, Universal Pictures
Shazam! April 5, 2019 (2019-04-05) David F. Sandberg DC Films, New Line Cinema, The Safran Company Warner Bros. Pictures[33][34]
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw August 2, 2019 (2019-08-02) David Leitch Chris Morgan Productions, Original Film[35][36] Universal Pictures
Jumanji: The Next Level December 13, 2019 (2019-12-13) Jake Kasdan Columbia Pictures, Matt Tolmach Productions, Radar Pictures[37][38] Sony Pictures Releasing
Jungle Cruise July 30, 2021 (2021-07-30) Jaume Collet-Serra Walt Disney Pictures, Davis Entertainment, FlynnPictureCo.[39] Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Red Notice November 5, 2021 (2021-11-05) Rawson Marshall Thurber Flynn Picture Company, Bad Version Inc., Netflix Original Films[40] Netflix
DC League of Super-Pets July 29, 2022 (2022-07-29) Jared Stern DC Entertainment, Warner Animation Group[41] Warner Bros. Pictures
Black Adam October 21, 2022 (2022-10-21) Jaume Collet-Serra DC Films, New Line Cinema, FlynnPictureCo.[42]
Breaking Olympia: The Phil Heath Story March 26, 2024 (2024-03-26) Brett Harvey Score G Productions, Super Channel Entertainment Network, The Garcia Companies[43][44][45] Universal Pictures
Post-production
Red One November 15, 2024 (2024-11-15)[46] Jake Kasdan[47] Amazon MGM Studios, Amazon Prime Video Original Films,[48] The Detective Agency, Chris Morgan Productions[49] Amazon Prime Video
Filming
The Smashing Machine December 2024 (2024-12) Benny Safdie Out for the Count[50] A24
Pre-production
Moana July 10, 2026 (2026-07-10)[51] Thomas Kail Walt Disney Pictures, FlynnPictureCo.[52] Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Fast XI 2026 (2026) Louis Leterrier Original Film, One Race Films, Roth/Kirschenbaum Films[53] Universal Pictures
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Reyes TBA TBA Original Film, One Race Films, Chris Morgan Productions, FlynnPictureCo., Roth/Kirschenbaum Films[54][55][53] Universal Pictures
Kate Warne TBA Jaume Collet-Serra Amazon MGM Studios, Amazon Prime Video Original Films, Ledbury Productions, With a K Productions[56][57] Amazon Prime Video
Untitled Andy Kaufman documentary film TBA Clay Tweel Campfire Studios, Worldwide Pants Incorporated, Fifth Season, Andy Kaufman Estate[58] TBA
In development
Untitled second Red Notice film TBA Rawson Marshall Thurber Flynn Pictures Co., Bad Version Productions, Netflix Original Films[59] Netflix
Untitled third Red Notice film TBA
Ball and Chain TBA TBA Misher Films, Ledbury Productions Limited, Netflix Original Films[60]
Teddy and the Guardians of the Night TBA TBA FlynnPictureCo.,[61] Netflix Original Films[62]
John Henry and the Statesmen TBA Jake Kasdan Netflix Original Films, FlynnPictureCo.[63][64][65]
Alpha Squad Seven TBA TBA DreamWorks Pictures, Garcia Companies, FlynnPictureCo.[66] Amblin Partners[67]
The King TBA Robert Zemeckis New Line Cinema, ImageMovers, FlynnPictureCo.[68] Warner Bros. Pictures
San Andreas 2 TBA Brad Peyton New Line Cinema, Village Roadshow Pictures, Flynn Picture Co.[69]
Emergency Contact TBA TBA FlynnPictureCo.[70]
Seal Team 666 TBA TBA Macmillan Films[71] Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Doc Savage TBA Shane Black Silver Pictures, Original Film[72] Sony Pictures Releasing
Untitled Jumanji: The Next Level sequel[73] TBA TBA TBA
Untitled Big Trouble in Little China sequel TBA TBA 20th Century Studios[74][75] Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Untitled Jungle Cruise sequel TBA Jaume Collet-Serra Walt Disney Pictures, Davis Entertainment, FlynnPictureCo.[76]
The Keanon Lowe Project TBA TBA Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures[77][78] Disney+
The Janson Directive TBA TBA Captive Entertainment, Mythology Entertainment, Weed Road Pictures[79] Universal Pictures
Untitled Genghis Khan film TBA TBA Universal Pictures, ImageMovers, UNI Film Productions[80][81]
The Scorpion King reboot TBA TBA Universal Pictures[82]
It Takes Two TBA TBA Hazelight Studios, dj2 Entertainment, Amazon MGM Studios, Amazon Prime Video Original Films[83][84] Amazon Prime Video
Unstoppable TBA TBA 101 Studios, A Really Good Home Pictures, Coonskin Cap Productions[85] 101 Studios
The Smashing Machine TBA Benny Safdie FlynnPictureCo.,[86] A24 Films, Out For the Count Productions[87] A24
Son of Shaolin TBA Rick Famuyiwa Sony Pictures Entertainment[88] Sony Pictures Releasing
Four Down TBA Steven Cantor[89] TBA TBA
The Ric Flair Story TBA TBA Misher Films[90][91] TBA

Short films

Title U.S.
release date
Director Co-production
companies
Distributing
company
The Rock's Rock April 10, 2019 (2019-04-10) Rudy Valdez[92] Seven Bucks Digital Studios, ESPN Films, Rock'n Robin Productions[93] ESPN
The Evolution of the Bull September 30, 2021 (2021-09-30) Jon Brandon Cruz Seven Bucks Digital Studios[94][95]

Television

Title Dates aired
in U.S.
Creator(s) Co-production
companies
Distributor(s) Network
Released
The Hero June–August 2013 Rick Ringbakk Electus Studio, 5x5 Media, Seven Bucks Entertainment, TNT Original Productions Electus International TNT
Wake Up Call December 2014–January 2015 Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Dany Garcia, Craig Armstrong, Rick Ringbakk, Charles Wachter, Ben Silverman and Corie Henson 5x5 Media, Electus Studio TNT Original Productions
Ballers June 2015–October 2019 Stephen Levinson Closest to the Hole Productions, Leverage Entertainment, Film 44 Warner Bros. Television Distribution HBO
Clash of the Corps October 2015–August 2016 Dwayne Johnson, Dany Garcia and Rahs Drachkovitch 44 Blue Productions Fuse Media Fuse Network
Soundtracks: Songs That Defined History November 2017 Maro Chermayeff and Jeff Dupre CNN Films, Cable News Network, Show of Force CNN Original Series CNN
Lifeline October 2017–November 2017 Benjamin Freiburger and Grant Wheeler Corridor Digital, Studio71, Seven Bucks Digital Studios, YouTube Red Original Series, YouTube Originals YouTube Originals YouTube Red
The Titan Games January 2019–August 2020 Dwayne Johnson A. Smith & Co. Productions, Universal Television Alternative Studio NBCUniversal Television Distribution NBC
Finding Justice March 2019–April 2019 David Leepson Leepson Bounds Entertainment Black Entertainment Television[96] BET
Millennials: The Musical November 2019–December 2019 Dwayne Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda Seven Bucks Digital Studios, The Village Studios, Two Grumpy Bears Studios[97] Seven Bucks Digital Studios[98] YouTube
Young Rock February 2021–February 2023[99] Nahnatchka Khan and Dwayne Johnson Universal Television, Fierce Baby Productions[100] NBCUniversal Television Distribution NBC
Behind the Attraction July 2021–present[101] Brian Volk-Weiss Walt Disney Television, The Nacelle Company[102] Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International Disney+
Shark Week: Season 34 July 24–30, 2022 John Hendricks[103] Discovery Channel Original Series[104][105] Discovery, Inc. Discovery Channel
Tales from the Territories October 4, 2022 Evan Husney and Jason Eisener Vice Studios Canada, Vice TV[106] Vice Distribution Vice
Post-production
Who Killed WCW? June 4, 2024 Evan Husney and Jason Eisener Vice Studios Canada, Vice TV, Vice Studios, Bell Media, Crave[107][108][11] Vice Studios Group Vice
In development
Muscle Beach TBA Jeremiah Friedman and Nick Palmer Flynn Picture Company[109] TBA USA Network
Untitled Wrestling sitcom TBA Dwayne Johnson and Will Ferrell Gary Sanchez Productions, 20th Television, FOX[110] Fox Entertainment Group Fox
Last Resort TBA Paul Feig and Laura Fischer Powderkeg Media, Break the Room, Quibi Originals,[111][112][113] Roku Original Series[114] Roku The Roku Channel[114]
Tre Cnt TBA Mohamad El Masri Issa Rae Productions, 3 Arts Entertainment[115] Warner Bros. Television Distribution HBO
RoboForce: The Animated Series TBA Tom Stern and Gavin Hignight The Nacelle Company, Cartoon Conrad Productions Inc.[116] The Nacelle Company TBA

Podcast

Title Dates aired
in U.S.
Creator(s) Co-production
companies
Distributor(s) Network
"What Really Happened?" with Andrew Jenks September 2017–October 2023 Andrew Jenks Apple Podcasts, Andrew Jenks Entertainment Inc., Cadence13.Podcasting[117] Apple Inc. iTunes Store

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Notes

  1. ^ The film later received a wide-audience release as a Disney+ original film on July 23, 2021.[29][30]