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MTV Films
MTV Films
Subsidiary
IndustryMotion pictures
Founded1996
Headquarters,
Key people
Van Toffler (1996-2015)
Doug Herzog (2015-2017)
Bob Bakish (2016-present)
Albert Berger
David Gale
Ron Yerxa
OwnerViacomCBS
ParentMTV
Paramount Pictures
Websitewww.mtvfilms.com[dead link]

MTV Films is the motion picture production arm of the American cable television channel MTV. Founded in 1996, it has produced films based on MTV programs such as Beavis and Butt-head Do America and Jackass: The Movie, as well as other adaptations and original projects. Its films are released by fellow ViacomCBS division Paramount Pictures. On August 21, 2006, Nickelodeon Movies, Comedy Central Films, and MTV Films became full labels of the Paramount Motion Pictures Group. By 2017, Paramount Players was created as a joint venture with MTV Films, Nickelodeon Movies, BET Films, VH1 Films, and Comedy Central Films. It currently has 40 films with four direct-to-video titles.[]

Films

Theatrically released

Title Release Date Production Company(s) Budget Gross
Joe's Apartment July 26, 1996 Geffen Pictures (under Warner Bros.) / Blue Sky Studios (animation) $13 million $4,619,014
Beavis and Butt-Head Do America December 20, 1996 Paramount / MTV Animation / Geffen Pictures / Judgemental Films $12 million $63,118,386
Dead Man on Campus August 21, 1998 Paramount / Pacific Western Productions $14 million $15,064,946
Varsity Blues January 15, 1999 Paramount $16 million $54,294,169
200 Cigarettes February 26, 1999 Paramount / Lakeshore Entertainment $6 million $6,852,450
Election May 7, 1999 Paramount $25 million $14,902,041
The Wood July 16, 1999 Paramount $6 million $25,059,640
The Original Kings of Comedy August 18, 2000 Paramount / Latham Entertainment / 40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks $3 million $38,182,790
Save the Last Dance January 12, 2001 Paramount $13 million $131,706,809
Pootie Tang June 29, 2001 Paramount / Chris Rock Productions $7 million $3,313,583
Orange County January 11, 2002 Paramount $18 million $41,032,915
Crossroads February 15, 2002 Paramount / Zomba Films $12 million $61,141,030
Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat August 2, 2002 Paramount / Runteldat Entertainment $3 million $19,184,820
Jackass: The Movie October 25, 2002 Paramount / Dickhouse Productions $5 million $79,493,831
Better Luck Tomorrow April 11, 2003 Paramount $250,000 $3,809,226
The Fighting Temptations September 19, 2003 Paramount $30 million $32,750,821
Tupac: Resurrection November 14, 2003 Paramount / Amaru Entertainment $300,000 $7,808,524
The Perfect Score January 30, 2004 Paramount $10,876,805
Napoleon Dynamite August 27, 2004 Fox Searchlight Pictures / Paramount / HH Films $400,000 $46,118,097
Coach Carter January 14, 2005 Paramount / Tollin/Robbins Productions $30 million $76,669,806
The Longest Yard May 27, 2005 Paramount / Columbia / Happy Madison $82 million $190,320,568
Hustle & Flow July 22, 2005 Paramount Classics / New Deal Entertainment $2.8 million $23,563,727
Murderball July 22, 2005 THINKFilm / Participant Media / 1More Film $1,750,211
Get Rich or Die Tryin' November 9, 2005 Paramount / G-Unit Films / Aftermath Entertainment $40 million $46,442,528
Æon Flux December 2, 2005 Paramount / Lakeshore Entertainment / Valhalla Motion Pictures $62 million $52,304,001
Jackass Number Two September 22, 2006 Paramount / Dickhouse Productions $11.5 million $84,618,532
Freedom Writers January 5, 2007 Paramount / Jersey Films / 2S Films (uncredited) / Double Feature Films $21 million $43,090,741
Blades of Glory March 30, 2007 DreamWorks / Red Hour Films / Smart Entertainment $53 million $145,708,642
How She Move January 25, 2008 Paramount Vantage / Celluloid Dreams / Sienna Films $17 million $8,533,187
Stop-Loss March 28, 2008 Paramount $25 million $11,207,130
The Foot Fist Way May 30, 2008 Paramount Vantage / Gary Sanchez Productions $79,000 $245,292
Dance Flick May 22, 2009 Paramount / Wayans Bros. Entertainment $25 million $31,439,140
Jackass 3D October 15, 2010 Paramount / Dickhouse Productions $20 million $170,256,125
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never February 11, 2011 Paramount / Insurge Pictures / AEG Live / The Island Def Jam Music Group $13 million $98,441,954
Footloose October 14, 2011 Paramount / Spyglass Entertainment $24 million $62,701,289
Katy Perry: Part of Me July 3, 2012 Paramount / Insurge Pictures / Imagine Entertainment / AEG Live / Capitol Records $12 million $31,911,815
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters January 25, 2013 Paramount / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Gary Sanchez Productions $50 million $225,703,475
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa October 25, 2013 Paramount / Dickhouse Productions $15 million $151,826,547
Project Almanac January 30, 2015 Paramount / Insurge Pictures / Platinum Dunes $12 million $32,200,000
Eli October 18, 2019 Netflix / Paramount / Paramount Players / Intrepid Pictures $11 million

Upcoming films

Release Date Title Co-production with
February 12, 2021 Monster Problems Paramount / Paramount Players / 21 Laps Entertainment / Entertainment One
July 2, 2021 Untitled fourth Jackass film Paramount / Dickhouse Productions
Untitled Amy York Rubin/Bo Burnham film Paramount / Paramount Players

Direct-to-video

Title Release Date Production Company(s)
Beneath August 7, 2007 Paramount Classics
Jackass 2.5 December 26, 2007 Paramount / Dickhouse Productions
Jackass 3.5 June 14, 2011 Paramount Digital Entertainment / Dickhouse Productions
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.5 June 15, 2014 (TV), July 8, 2014 (Home media) Paramount Digital Entertainment / Dickhouse Productions

Awards and nominations

Academy Awards

References

  1. ^ "John Irving Wins Adapted Screenplay: 2000 Oscars - YouTube". YouTube. Oscars. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ "Born into Brothels Wins Documentary Feature: 2005 Oscars". Youtube. Oscars. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "Documentary Winners: 2006 Oscars". YouTube. Oscars. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ ""Lose Yourself" winning Best Original Song Oscar®". YouTube. Google. Retrieved 2013.
  5. ^ ""Dallas Buyers Club" winning the Oscar® for Makeup and Hairstyling". YouTube. Oscars. Retrieved 2013.

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