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Rideback (production company)

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Rideback
FormerlyLin Pictures (2007–2018)
TypePrivately held company
IndustryEntertainment
FoundedDecember 12, 2007; 13 years ago (2007-12-12)
FounderDan Lin
Headquarters
Los Angeles, California
,
United States
Key people
Dan Lin (CEO & Head Wrangler)
Jonathan Elrich (President of Film)
Lindsey Liberatore (EVP of Television)
ProductsMotion pictures
television
Websiterideback.com

Rideback (formerly Lin Pictures) is a film production company formed on December 12, 2007 by producer Dan Lin. Its films include The Lego Movie franchise.

History

On December 12, 2007, Dan Lin announced that he would leave Warner Bros. as senior vice president of production, to launch his company Lin Pictures.[1]

In 2008, the studio hired Jon Silk as vice president of production and Stephen Gilchrist as director of development for film production.[2]

In 2011, they launched its own roots into television, signing a deal with Warner Bros. Television, to produce TV shows, and hired Jennifer Gwartz to run the new television division with Dan Lin.[3]

In 2014, the studio was successful in the television industry when their first TV show Forever was picked up to series by ABC.[4] It even gained more success when the studio's second TV series Lethal Weapon by Fox and it ended up gaining more success.[5]

In 2017, they hired TriStar Television executive Lindsey Liberatore as senior vice president of its television unit.[6]

In 2018, the studio was renamed to Rideback, as a next generation company to focus on filmmaker collaboration.[7]

In 2019, the studio and Media Rights Capital decided to launch the Rideback TV Incubator and kick off with the inaugural class of writers and mentors for the TV incubator.[8]

The company most recently signed a deal with Universal Pictures.[9]

Filmography

Theatrical films

2000s

Year Title Director Distributor Notes Budget Gross
2009 Terminator Salvation McG Warner Bros. Pictures uncredited; co-production with Columbia Pictures, The Halcyon Company and Wonderland Sound and Vision $200 million $371.4 million
Shorts: The Adventures of the Wishing Rock Robert Rodriguez uncredited; co-production with Imagenation Abu Dhabi, Media Rights Capital and Troublemaker Studios $20 million $29 million
The Invention of Lying Ricky Gervais
Matthew Robinson
uncredited; co-production with Radar Pictures, Media Rights Capital, Universal Pictures and Lynda Obst Productions $18.5 million $32.7 million
The Box Richard Kelly uncredited; co-production with Darko Entertainment, Radar Pictures and Media Rights Capital $30 million $33.3 million
Sherlock Holmes Guy Ritchie uncredited; co-production with Silver Pictures, Wigram Productions and Village Roadshow Pictures $90 million $524 million

2010s

Year Title Director Distributor Notes Budget Gross
as Lin Pictures
2011 Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Guy Ritchie Warner Bros. Pictures uncredited; co-production with Silver Pictures, Wigram Productions and Village Roadshow Pictures $125 million $545.4 million
2013 Gangster Squad Ruben Fleischer co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Kevin McCormick Productions $60–75 million $105.2 million
2014 The Lego Movie Phil Lord and Christopher Miller co-production with Warner Animation Group, Lego A/S, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, Village Roadshow Pictures, Vertigo Entertainment and Animal Logic $60–65 million $468.1 million
2017 The Lego Batman Movie Chris McKay co-production with Vertigo Entertainment, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, DC Entertainment, Lego System A/S, Animal Logic, Warner Animation Group and Lord Miller $80 million $312 million
It Andy Muschietti co-production with New Line Cinema, Vertigo Entertainment and KatzSmith Productions $35 million $701.8 million
The Lego Ninjago Movie Charlie Bean
Paul Fisher
Bob Logan
co-production with Vertigo Entertainment, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, Lego System A/S, Warner Animation Group, Animal Logic and Lord Miller $70 million $123.1 million
as Rideback
2019 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Mike Mitchell Warner Bros. Pictures co-production with Vertigo Entertainment, Lego System A/S, Animal Logic, Warner Animation Group and Lord Miller $99 million $123.2 million
Aladdin Guy Ritchie Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and Marc Platt Productions $183 million $1.051 billion
It Chapter Two Andy Muschietti Warner Bros. Pictures co-production with New Line Cinema, Vertigo Entertainment, Double Dream and Mehra Entertainment $79 million $473.1 million
The Two Popes Fernando Meirelles Netflix Netflix Original Films N/A $758,711

Upcoming

Year Title Director Distributor Notes
2022 Sherlock Holmes 3 Dexter Fletcher Warner Bros. Pictures co-production with Silver Pictures, Wigram Productions, Team Downey and Village Roadshow Pictures
TBA Dear David TBA co-production with New Line Cinema
Easter Sunday Jay Chandrasekhar Universal Pictures co-production with Amblin Partners[10][11]
Haunted Mansion Justin Simien Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures co-production with Walt Disney Pictures
Untitled Inspector Gadget reboot TBA
Untitled Lego Movie film Universal Pictures co-production with Lego System A/S, Lord Miller, and Vertigo Entertainment
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures co-production with Walt Disney Pictures

Direct-to-video films

2010s

Year Title Director Distributor Notes
2017 Death Note Adam Wingard Netflix co-production with LP Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment
2019 The Two Popes Fernando Meirelles Netflix Original Films

Upcoming

Year Title Director Distributor Notes
TBA Untitled Lilo & Stitch remake TBA Disney+ co-production with Walt Disney Pictures

TV shows

2010s

Year(s) Title Creators Network Notes Seasons Episodes
2014–2015 Forever Matt Miller ABC co-production with Good Session and Warner Bros. Television 1 22
2016–2019 Lethal Weapon based on Lethal Weapon by:
Shane Black
developed by:
Matt Miller
Fox 3 55
2016–2017 Frequency based on Frequency by:
Toby Emmerich
developed by:
Jeremy Carver
The CW co-production with Jeremy Carver Productions, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Television 1 13

2020s

Year Title Creators Network Notes Seasons Episodes
2021–present Walker based on Walker, Texas Ranger by:
Albert S. Ruddy
Leslie Greif
Paul Haggis
Christopher Canaan
developed by:
Anna Fricke
The CW co-production with Stick to Your Guns Productions
Pursued by the Bear
&
CBS Studios
TBA

Upcoming

Year Title Creators Network Notes Seasons Episodes
TBA Avatar: The Last Airbender Michael Dante DiMartino
Bryan Konietzko
Netflix co-production with Paramount Television Studios

References

  1. ^ Garrett, Diane (December 12, 2007). "Dan Lin exits post at WB". Variety. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  2. ^ Garrett, Diane (February 21, 2008). "Lin Pictures taps Silk, Gilchrist". Variety. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  3. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (August 2, 2011). "Dan Lin's Company Launches TV Division, Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros TV". Deadline. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  4. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (May 9, 2014). "ABC Picks Up 'Selfie', 'Forever', Jeff Lowell Comedy, 'Galavant', 'The Whispers', 'How To Get Away With Murder', 'American Crime', 'Black-ish' To Series". Deadline. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  5. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (May 13, 2016). "In-Season Stacking Rights – The New Upfront Battleground: Pilot Season 2016". Deadline. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  6. ^ Otterson, Joe (September 22, 2017). "Lin Pictures Hires Tristar's Lindsey Liberatore as Head of TV". Variety. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  7. ^ McNary, Dave (May 23, 2018). "Warner Bros. Re-Signs 'It,' 'Lego Movie,' 'Sherlock Holmes' Producer Dan Lin". Variety. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  8. ^ Otterson, Joe (February 7, 2019). "Dan Lin's Rideback, MRC Launch TV Drama Incubator". Variety. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  9. ^ Kroll, Justin (January 27, 2021). "Dan Lin And His Rideback Production Banner Signs First-Look Deal With Universal Pictures". Deadline. Retrieved January 28, 2021.
  10. ^ Galuppo, Mia (February 18, 2020). "Amblin and Rideback Team for Jo Koy Comedy 'Easter Sunday' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 20, 2021.
  11. ^ Kit, Borys (February 16, 2021). "Jay Chandrasekhar to Direct Family Comedy 'Easter Sunday' for Amblin (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 20, 2021.

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