Cube Vision (sometimes stylized as CubeVision or Cubevision) is an American film and television production company founded by Ice Cube and Matt Alvarez.
Santa Monica, California (1995),
|Products||Motion pictures, television programs|
|Website||Official YouTube channel|
Ice Cube started his movie producing career in 1995 with his then manager Patricia Charbonnet. Together, they produced Friday (1995), Dangerous Ground (1997) and The Players Club (1998). In an interview, when asked, "So when did you decide you wanted to start your own production company...?" Ice Cube responded, "...I just wanted to do it on my own. Put my own team together." Cube, along with new producing partner Matt Alvarez, founded CubeVision (later credited in films as Cube Vision) in 1998. The company's first film would be the 2000s Next Friday, a sequel to Ice Cube's 1995 film Friday. Cube Vision went on to produce All About The Benjamins, Barbershop and Friday After Next, the third film in the Friday film series, in 2002.
In February 2003, Ice Cube signed a deal to star and produce three pictures with Revolution Studios. In an interview, Cube said of the deal, "I believe that a lot of good things are going to happen out of this relationship for both (Revolution and Cube Vision)." The films to come from the Revolution Studios partnership would be April 2005's XXX: State of the Union, which Cube only starred in, and Are We There Yet? in January 2005 and Are We Done Yet? in April 2007, which Cube starred in and produced for Cube Vision.
|2010||Lottery Ticket||Erik White||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with Alcon Entertainment, Burg/Koules Productions and Sweepstake Productions|
|2014||Ride Along||Tim Story||Universal Pictures||co-production with Relativity Media and Rainforest Films|
|2015||Straight Outta Compton||F. Gary Gray||co-production with Legendary Pictures, New Line Cinema, Crucial Films and Broken Chair Flickz|
|2016||Ride Along 2||Tim Story||co-production with Will Packer Productions|
|Barbershop: The Next Cut||Malcolm D. Lee||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with New Line Cinema, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and State Street Pictures|
|TBA||Dock||TBA||TBA||co-production with AID Partners|
|Last Friday||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with New Line Cinema|
|Oliver Twist||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||co-production with The Firm and Walt Disney Pictures|
|2005||BarberShop: The Series||based on characters created by:
|Showtime||executive producer; co-production with State Street Pictures, International Famous Players Radio Corporation and MGM Television|
|2006||Black. White.||Ice Cube
|FX||executive producer; co-production with Actual Reality Pictures|
|2007||Friday: The Animated Series||Ice Cube
|MTV2||executive producer; co-production with New Line Television and MTV Animation|
|2010-2013||Are We There Yet?||Ice Cube
based on characters created by:
Steven Gary Banks
|TBS||executive producer; co-production with Revolution Studios, 5914 Productions Ltd. and Debmar-Mercury|
|2017-present||Hip Hop Squares||based on Hollywood Squares by:
|VH1||revival of 2012 series on MTV2; executive producer; co-production with Jesse Collins Entertainment, Entertain the Brutes, The Firm and CBS Television Distribution|
|2010||Straight Outta L.A.||Ice Cube||ESPN||executive producer; part of ESPN Films' 30 for 30 series, co-production with ESPN Films|
- "Ice Cube Interview". Contactmusic.com. 7 January 2009. Retrieved 2015-08-17.
- "Ice Cube Cool With Multi-Pic Revolution Studios Deal". Billboard. Retrieved 2015-08-17.
- Schwindt, Oriana (2016-12-02). "Ice Cube's Cube Vision Inks First-Look Deal With 20th Century Fox TV, Fox 21 TV Studios". Variety. Retrieved 2020-05-05.
- Jackson Jr. Just Landed The Role Of A Lifetime GlobalGrind. Retrieved 2020-06-28.