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One Race Films

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One Race Films
TypePrivate
Industry
  • Film
  • Multimedia
Founded1995; 26 years ago (1995)[1]
FounderVin Diesel
HeadquartersStudio City, California
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Vin Diesel
ProductsxXx
The Chronicles of Riddick
The Fast and the Furious
SubsidiariesTigon Studios
Racetrack Records
Websitewww.oneracefilms.com

One Race Films (also simply known as One Race Productions) is an American film and multimedia production company. It is based in Studio City, California, and primarily produces feature films. Through its subsidiaries Tigon Studios and Racetrack Records, the company also produces video games and houses a record label. One Race has currently released a total of 15 feature films, all of which star Vin Diesel, who founded the company in 1995.

As of October 2017, its feature films have grossed over $3 billion worldwide, with a $231.3 million average gross per film. The company's films, especially in The Fast and the Furious franchise, rank among the highest grossing of all time, while the series itself is among the highest-grossing of all time. Although the studio has traditionally made action films, Diesel has also featured in dramas and independent films. The studio's films are typically distributed by Universal Pictures. His production company signed a first-look deal with Universal in 2011.[2]

Filmography

Film

Title Director(s) Release date Notes Ref.
Multi-Facial Vin Diesel July 1995 (Cannes Film Festival)
August 17, 1999 (DVD release)
Short film [3]
Strays January 18, 1997
XXX Rob Cohen August 9, 2002
A Man Apart F. Gary Gray April 4, 2003
The Chronicles of Riddick David Twohy June 11, 2004
Find Me Guilty Sidney Lumet March 17, 2006
Babylon A.D. Mathieu Kassovitz August 29, 2008
Fast & Furious Justin Lin April 3, 2009
Los Bandoleros Vin Diesel July 28, 2009 Short film
Fast Five Justin Lin April 29, 2011
Fast & Furious 6 May 24, 2013
Riddick David Twohy September 6, 2013
Furious 7 James Wan April 3, 2015
The Last Witch Hunter Breck Eisner October 23, 2015
XXX: Return of Xander Cage D. J. Caruso January 20, 2017
The Fate of the Furious F. Gary Gray April 14, 2017
Bloodshot David S. F. Wilson March 13, 2020
F9 Justin Lin June 25, 2021 [4]

Television

  • The Ropes (2012)

References

  1. ^ "Universal Pictures and One Race Films begin principal photography on the sci-fi thriller Riddick, Starring Vin Diesel". PR Newswire. February 3, 2012. Retrieved December 26, 2020.
  2. ^ Kroll, Justin (2011-10-11). "Vin Diesel inks first-look deal with Universal". Variety. Retrieved 2020-11-09.
  3. ^ Singh, Anvita (18 July 2018). "Vin Diesel's Multi-Facial proves he is much more than just a 'Fast and Furious' guy". The Indian Express. Retrieved 7 February 2020.
  4. ^ Kit, Borys (14 May 2018). "'Fast and Furious 9' Neal Moritz is producing via his Original Film banner, Diesel through his One Race Films, and Lin via his Perfect Storm Entertainment". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 7 February 2020.

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