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This is a list of films produced and/or released by American film studio TriStar Pictures.

List by yearEdit

1980sEdit

Film Title Release Date Notes
Urusei Yatsura: Only You February 11, 1983 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures; credited as Nova Pictures
Urusei Yatsura: Beautiful Dreamer February 11, 1984 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures; first film under the Tri-Star name; first film with Tri-Star logo
Where the Boys Are '84 April 6, 1984 Distribution only; produced by ITC Entertainment
The Natural May 11, 1984
The Last Winter June 21, 1984
The Muppets Take Manhattan July 13, 1984
Meatballs Part II July 27, 1984
Flashpoint August 31, 1984
The Evil That Men Do September 14, 1984
Places in the Heart September 21, 1984
Songwriter October 14, 1984
Silent Night, Deadly Night November 9, 1984 Removed from theaters, two weeks after release
Supergirl November 21, 1984
Birdy December 14, 1984
Runaway December 14, 1984
Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo December 19, 1984
Urusei Yatsura: Remember My Love January 26, 1985 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures
Heaven Help Us February 8, 1985
The Last Dragon March 22, 1985
Alamo Bay April 3, 1985
Private Resort April 10, 1985
Rambo: First Blood Part II May 22, 1985 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Lifeforce June 21, 1985
The Legend of Billie Jean July 19, 1985
Real Genius August 7, 1985
Volunteers August 16, 1985
Sweet Dreams October 2, 1985
Santa Claus: The Movie November 27, 1985
Head Office December 29, 1985
Iron Eagle January 17, 1986
The Hitcher February 21, 1986
Urusei Yatsura: Lum the Forever February 22, 1986 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures
Rad March 21, 1986
8 Million Ways to Die April 25, 1986
Short Circuit May 9, 1986
Labyrinth June 27, 1986 Co-production with Lucasfilm Ltd. and Henson Associates
About Last Night July 2, 1986
Nothing in Common July 30, 1986
Night of the Creeps August 22, 1986
Peggy Sue Got Married October 10, 1986
Let's Get Harry October 31, 1986
Every Time We Say Goodbye November 14, 1986
No Mercy December 19, 1986
Light of Day February 6, 1987
Angel Heart March 6, 1987 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Blind Date March 27, 1987
Extreme Prejudice April 24, 1987 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Gardens of Stone May 8, 1987
The Squeeze July 10, 1987
The Monster Squad August 14, 1987
The Principal September 18, 1987
Like Father Like Son October 2, 1987
Gaby: A True Story October 30, 1987
The Running Man November 13, 1987
Ironweed December 18, 1987
Urusei Yatsura: The Final Chapter February 6, 1988 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures
Maison Ikkoku: The Final Chapter February 6, 1988 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures
Switching Channels March 4, 1988
Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw March 18, 1988 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
The Seventh Sign April 1, 1988
Sunset April 29, 1988
Rambo III May 25, 1988 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Red Heat June 17, 1988 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Short Circuit 2 July 6, 1988
The Blob August 5, 1988
The Kiss October 14, 1988
The Bear October 19, 1988
Bat*21 October 21, 1988
High Spirits November 18, 1988
DeepStar Six January 13, 1989 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Who's Harry Crumb? February 3, 1989
Tap February 10, 1989
Chances Are March 10, 1989
Slaves of New York March 19, 1989
Sing March 31, 1989
Loverboy April 28, 1989
See No Evil, Hear No Evil May 12, 1989
Fright Night II May 19, 1989 International theatrical distribution
Lock Up August 4, 1989 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Look Who's Talking October 13, 1989
Steel Magnolias November 15, 1989
Family Business December 15, 1989
Glory December 15, 1989

1990sEdit

Film Title Release Date
Side Out March 30, 1990
I Love You to Death April 6, 1990
Q&A April 27, 1990
Total Recall June 1, 1990 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
The Freshman July 20, 1990
Avalon October 5, 1990
Jacob's Ladder November 2, 1990 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Look Who's Talking Too December 14, 1990
Toy Soldiers April 26, 1991
Hudson Hawk May 24, 1991
Terminator 2: Judgment Day July 3, 1991 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Another You July 26, 1991
Bingo August 9, 1991
Urusei Yatsura: Always My Darling August 18, 1991 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures
The Fisher King September 20, 1991
Ranma ½: The Battle of Nekonron November 2, 1991 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and Carolco Pictures
Hook December 11, 1991
Bugsy December 20, 1991
Basic Instinct March 20, 1992 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
City of Joy April 15, 1992
Universal Soldier July 10, 1992 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Ranma ½: The Battle of Togenkyo August 1, 1992 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and Carolco Pictures
Wind September 11, 1992
Husbands and Wives September 18, 1992
Candyman October 16, 1992
Chaplin December 25, 1992 Distribution only; produced by Carolco Pictures
Sniper January 29, 1993
Cliffhanger May 28, 1993 Co-production with Carolco Pictures
Sleepless in Seattle June 25, 1993
Weekend at Bernie's II July 9, 1993
So I Married an Axe Murderer July 30, 1993
Manhattan Murder Mystery August 18, 1993
Rudy October 22, 1993
Look Who's Talking Now November 5, 1993
Philadelphia December 23, 1993
Guarding Tess March 11, 1994
3 Ninjas Kick Back May 6, 1994
It Could Happen to You July 29, 1994
Team Ranma vs. the Legendary Phoenix August 20, 1994 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures and Carolco Pictures
Only You October 7, 1994
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein November 4, 1994
Legends of the Fall December 16, 1994
The Quick and the Dead February 10, 1995
Hideaway March 3, 1995
3 Ninjas Knuckle Up March 10, 1995
Jury Duty April 12, 1995
Johnny Mnemonic May 26, 1995
Magic in the Water Auguust 30, 1995
Devil in a Blue Dress September 29, 1995
Jumanji December 15, 1995
Mary Reilly February 23, 1996
Mrs. Winterbourne April 19, 1996
Sunset Park April 26, 1996
Matilda August 2, 1996
The Fan August 16, 1996
The Mirror Has Two Faces November 15, 1996
Jerry Maguire December 13, 1996
Beverly Hills Ninja January 17, 1997
Donnie Brasco February 28, 1997
The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli and Baloo May 16, 1997
My Best Friend's Wedding June 20, 1997
Seven Years in Tibet October 8, 1997
Starship Troopers November 7, 1997 Co-production with Touchstone Pictures
As Good as It Gets December 25, 1997
Slappy and the Stinkers January 23, 1998
3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain April 10, 1998
In God's Hands April 24, 1998
Godzilla May 20, 1998
Madeline July 10, 1998
The Mask of Zorro July 17, 1998
Urban Legend September 25, 1998
Stepmom December 25, 1998
Jawbreaker February 19, 1999
Baby Geniuses March 12, 1999

21st centuryEdit

Film Title Release Date
Godzilla 2000 (dub) August 18, 2000 Distribution
Baby and Me October 20, 2000 Co-production with Carolco Pictures and Franchise Pictures
The Trumpet of the Swan May 11, 2001 Co-production with RichCrest Animation Studios
Metropolis (subtitled) May 26, 2001 Co-production with Destination Films
Circus Clown Parade July 18, 2001 Co-production with Paramount Pictures, Mandalay Pictures and Regency Enterprises
New Best Friend April 12, 2002 Distribution
Little Secrets August 23, 2002 Distribution
Sniper 2 December 28, 2002 Distribution
The Foreigner February 8, 2003 Distribution
The Medallion August 22, 2003 Theatrical distribution
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra March 12, 2004 Distribution
Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation June 1, 2004 Distribution
Lords of Dogtown June 25, 2005 Co-production with Columbia Pictures
Oliver Twist September 28, 2005
Silent Hill April 21, 2006
Crossover September 1, 2006 Co-production with 360 Pictures
Hayate the Combat Butler September 6, 2006 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures
Running with Scissors October 29, 2006
Premonition March 16, 2007 Co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures and Hyde Park Entertainment
Wind Chill April 27, 2007
I Know Who Killed Me July 28, 2007 Co-production with 360 Pictures
Daddy Day Camp August 8, 2007 Co-production with Revolution Studios
Vampire Knight September 28, 2007 Distribution only, produced by Carolco Pictures
88 Minutes April 18, 2008 Distribution
Hana-Kimi (or, For You in Full Blossom) June 20, 2008 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures, Carolco Pictures, and Amblin Entertainment
Passengers October 24, 2008 Co-production with Mandate Pictures
Cadillac Records December 5, 2008 Co-production with Sony Music Film and Parkwood Pictures
Not Easily Broken January 9, 2009
MeruPuri February 20, 2009 Distribution only, produced by Carolco Pictures
District 9 August 14, 2009 Co-production with WingNut Films and QED International
Wanted: The IMAX Experience October 16, 2009 Co-production with Walt Disney Pictures, Carolco Pictures, and Lucasfilm Ltd.
Planet 51 November 20, 2009 Distribution

2010sEdit

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2011Edit

TBAEdit

ReferencesEdit

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