List of DreamWorks Pictures films

This is a list of feature films produced and/or released by DreamWorks Pictures.

1990s edit

Release date Title Notes
September 26, 1997 The Peacemaker co-production with Parkes/MacDonald Productions
December 10, 1997 Amistad co-production with HBO Pictures
nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
December 19, 1997 Mouse Hunt co-production with Riche/Ludwig Productions
April 17, 1998 Paulie co-production with Mutual Film Company
May 8, 1998 Deep Impact co-production with Paramount Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Zanuck/Brown Productions; international distribution only
July 10, 1998 Small Soldiers co-production with Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment; US distribution only
July 24, 1998 Saving Private Ryan co-production with Paramount Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and Mutual Film Company; US distribution only
BAFTA Award for Best Film
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
October 2, 1998 Antz co-production with DreamWorks Animation and Pacific Data Images; first film from DreamWorks Animation; DreamWorks' first computer-animated feature film
December 18, 1998 The Prince of Egypt co-production with DreamWorks Animation; DreamWorks' first traditionally animated feature film
January 15, 1999 In Dreams co-production with Amblin Entertainment
March 19, 1999 Forces of Nature co-production with Roth-Arnold Productions
May 21, 1999 The Love Letter co-production with Sanford/Pillsbury Productions
July 23, 1999 The Haunting co-production with Roth-Arnold Productions
October 1, 1999 American Beauty co-production with Jinks/Cohen Company
Academy Award for Best Picture
BAFTA Award for Best Film
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
December 25, 1999 Galaxy Quest co-production with Gran Via Productions

2000s edit

Release date Title Notes
March 31, 2000 The Road to El Dorado co-production with DreamWorks Animation
May 5, 2000 Gladiator co-production with Universal Pictures, Scott Free Productions and Red Wagon Entertainment; US distribution only
Academy Award for Best Picture
BAFTA Award for Best Film
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
May 19, 2000 Road Trip co-production with The Montecito Picture Company
Small Time Crooks co-production with Sweetland Films
June 23, 2000 Chicken Run co-production with DreamWorks Animation, Pathé and Aardman Animations
nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
July 21, 2000 What Lies Beneath co-production with 20th Century Fox and ImageMovers; US distribution only
September 22, 2000 Almost Famous co-production with Columbia Pictures and Vinyl Films; US distribution only
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
nominated for BAFTA Award for Best Film
October 6, 2000 Meet the Parents co-production with Universal Pictures and TriBeCa Productions; international distribution only
October 13, 2000 The Contender co-production with Cinerenta, Cinecontender Productions, Battleground Productions and SE8 Group
November 3, 2000 The Legend of Bagger Vance co-production with 20th Century Fox and Allied Filmmakers; US distribution only
December 22, 2000 Cast Away co-production with 20th Century Fox, ImageMovers and Playtone; international distribution only
December 25, 2000 An Everlasting Piece co-production with Columbia Pictures, Bayahibe Films and Baltimore Spring/Creek Pictures; US distribution only
March 2, 2001 The Mexican co-production with Newmarket Films and Lawrence Bender Productions
May 18, 2001 Shrek co-production with DreamWorks Animation and PDI/DreamWorks
first winner of the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
nominated for BAFTA Award for Best Film
nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
June 8, 2001 Evolution co-production with Columbia Pictures and The Montecito Picture Company; US distribution only
June 29, 2001 A.I. Artificial Intelligence co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and Amblin Entertainment
August 24, 2001 The Curse of the Jade Scorpion co-production with VCL Communications and Gravier Productions
October 19, 2001 The Last Castle co-production with Robert Lawrence Productions
December 21, 2001 A Beautiful Mind co-production with Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment; international distribution only
Academy Award for Best Picture
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
nominated for BAFTA Award for Best Film
March 8, 2002 The Time Machine co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and Parkes/MacDonald Productions; US distribution only
May 3, 2002 Hollywood Ending co-production with Gravier Productions
May 24, 2002 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron co-production with DreamWorks Animation
nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
June 21, 2002 Minority Report co-production with 20th Century Fox, Cruise/Wagner Productions and Amblin Entertainment
July 12, 2002 Road to Perdition co-production with 20th Century Fox and The Zanuck Company; US distribution only
nominated for Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
September 27, 2002 The Tuxedo co-production with Blue Train Productions and Parkes/MacDonald Productions
October 18, 2002 The Ring co-production with Parkes/MacDonald Productions and BenderSpink, Inc.
December 25, 2002 Catch Me If You Can co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Parkes/MacDonald Productions
nominated for Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
January 31, 2003 Biker Boyz co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment
February 21, 2003 Old School co-production with The Montecito Picture Company
March 28, 2003 Head of State co-production with 3 Arts Entertainment
July 2, 2003 Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas co-production with DreamWorks Animation; DreamWorks Animation's final traditionally animated feature film
July 25, 2003 Seabiscuit co-production with Universal Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture and Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
September 19, 2003 Anything Else co-production with Gravier Productions
November 21, 2003 The Cat in the Hat co-production with Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment; international distribution only
December 19, 2003 House of Sand and Fog co-production with Bisgrove Entertainment and Cobalt Media Group
December 25, 2003 Paycheck co-production with Paramount Pictures and Lion Rock Productions; international distribution only
January 23, 2004 Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! co-production with Red Wagon Entertainment
February 20, 2004 EuroTrip co-production with The Montecito Picture Company
April 30, 2004 Envy co-production with Columbia Pictures, Castle Rock Entertainment and Baltimore/Spring Creek Pictures; US distribution only
May 19, 2004 Shrek 2 co-production with DreamWorks Animation and PDI/DreamWorks
nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
June 11, 2004 The Stepford Wives co-production with Paramount Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions and De Line Pictures; international distribution only
June 18, 2004 The Terminal co-production with Amblin Entertainment and Parkes/MacDonald Productions
July 9, 2004 Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy co-production with Apatow Productions
August 6, 2004 Collateral co-production with Paramount Pictures and Parkes/MacDonald Productions; US distribution only
October 1, 2004 Shark Tale co-production with DreamWorks Animation
nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
October 22, 2004 Surviving Christmas co-production with Tall Trees Productions and LivePlanet
December 17, 2004 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events co-production with Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies and Parkes/MacDonald Productions; international distribution only
December 22, 2004 Meet the Fockers co-production with Universal Pictures, TriBeCa Productions and Everyman Pictures; international distribution only
March 18, 2005 The Ring Two co-production with Parkes/MacDonald Productions and BenderSpink, Inc.
May 27, 2005 Madagascar co-production with DreamWorks Animation and PDI/DreamWorks
June 29, 2005 War of the Worlds co-production with Paramount Pictures, Cruise/Wagner Productions and Amblin Entertainment
July 22, 2005 The Island co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures and Parkes/MacDonald Productions; US distribution only
August 19, 2005 Red Eye co-production with BenderSpink, Inc. and Craven-Maddalena Films
September 16, 2005 Just Like Heaven co-production with Parkes/MacDonald Productions
October 7, 2005 Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit co-production with DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Animations; last distributed by the DreamWorks Pictures label
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
October 14, 2005 The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio co-production with Revolution Studios and ImageMovers
October 21, 2005 Dreamer co-production with Hyde Park Entertainment and Tollin/Robbins Productions
December 23, 2005 Memoirs of a Geisha co-production with Columbia Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment and Red Wagon Entertainment
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
Munich co-production with Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company and Alliance Atlantis; international distribution only
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture and Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Picture
December 28, 2005 Match Point co-production with BBC Films, Thema Production and Jada Productions; last film distributed by the DreamWorks Pictures label itself
nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama
March 17, 2006 She's the Man co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment and The Donners' Company
First film in the pre-2011 library owned by Paramount Pictures
September 15, 2006 The Last Kiss co-production with Lakeshore Entertainment
October 20, 2006 Flags of Our Fathers co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Malpaso Productions and Amblin Entertainment; US distribution only
December 15, 2006 Dreamgirls co-production with Paramount Pictures and Laurence Mark Productions
Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
December 20, 2006 Letters from Iwo Jima co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Malpaso Productions and Amblin Entertainment
December 27, 2006 Perfume: The Story of a Murderer co-production with Constantin Film, Castelao Productions, Rising Star, Bernd Eichinger Productions, NEF Productions and Davis Films; US distribution only
February 9, 2007 Norbit co-production with Davis Entertainment and Tollin/Robbins Productions
March 30, 2007 Blades of Glory co-production with MTV Films, Red Hour Productions and Smart Entertainment
April 13, 2007 Disturbia co-production with Cold Spring Pictures and The Montecito Picture Company
July 3, 2007 Transformers co-production with Paramount Pictures, Hasbro Films and Di Bonaventura Pictures
October 5, 2007 The Heartbreak Kid co-production with Davis Entertainment, Conundrum Entertainment and Radar Pictures
October 19, 2007 Things We Lost in the Fire co-production with Neal Street Productions
December 14, 2007 The Kite Runner co-production with Paramount Classics, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Participant Productions
December 21, 2007 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Productions and The Zanuck Company; US distribution only
April 4, 2008 The Ruins co-production with Spyglass Entertainment and Red Hour Productions
August 13, 2008 Tropic Thunder co-production with Red Hour Productions
September 19, 2008 Ghost Town co-production with Spyglass Entertainment and Pariah
September 26, 2008 Eagle Eye co-production with K/O Paper Products and Goldcrest Pictures
December 26, 2008 Revolutionary Road co-production with Paramount Vantage, BBC Films, Neal Street Productions and Evamere Entertainment
January 16, 2009 Hotel for Dogs co-production with Nickelodeon Movies, Cold Spring Pictures, The Donners' Company and The Montecito Picture Company
January 30, 2009 The Uninvited co-production with Cold Spring Pictures, Parkes/MacDonald Productions, The Montecito Picture Company and Vertigo Entertainment
March 20, 2009 I Love You, Man co-production with De Line Pictures and The Montecito Picture Company
April 24, 2009 The Soloist co-production with Universal Pictures, StudioCanal, Participant Media, Between Two Trees, Working Title Films and Krasnoff Foster Entertainment; US distribution only
June 24, 2009 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen co-production with Paramount Pictures, Hasbro Films and Di Bonaventura Pictures
December 4, 2009 Up in the Air co-production with Paramount Pictures, Cold Spring Pictures, The Montecito Picture Company, Rickshaw Productions and Right of Way Films[1]nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
December 11, 2009 The Lovely Bones co-production with Paramount Pictures, Film4 and WingNut Films

2010s edit

Release date Title Notes
March 12, 2010 She's Out of My League co-production with Paramount Pictures and Mosaic Media Group
July 30, 2010 Dinner for Schmucks co-production with Paramount Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment, Parkes/MacDonald Productions, Everyman Pictures and Reliance Entertainment
December 22, 2010 Little Fockers copyright holder only; co-production with Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Relativity Media, TriBeCa Productions and Everyman Pictures
True Grit co-production with Paramount Pictures, Skydance Productions, Scott Rudin Productions and Mike Zoss Productions
January 21, 2011 No Strings Attached copyright holder only; co-production with Paramount Pictures, Cold Spring Pictures, Spyglass Entertainment[2] and The Montecito Picture Company[3]
February 18, 2011 I Am Number Four co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment and Bay Films; first DreamWorks film under Touchstone Pictures
First film in the 2011–2016 library owned by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures via Touchstone Pictures
July 29, 2011 Cowboys & Aliens co-production with Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Relativity Media, Reliance Entertainment, Imagine Entertainment, Fairview Entertainment, Platinum Studios and K/O Paper Products
August 10, 2011 The Help co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Imagenation Abu Dhabi, 1492 Pictures and Harbinger Pictures
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
August 19, 2011 Fright Night co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment and Michael De Luca Productions
October 7, 2011 Real Steel co-production with Touchstone Pictures, ImageMovers, Reliance Entertainment and 21 Laps Entertainment
December 25, 2011 War Horse co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment and the Kennedy/Marshall Company
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
March 9, 2012 A Thousand Words co-production with Saturn Films, Varsity Pictures and Work After Midnight Films
Last film in the pre-2011 library owned by Paramount Pictures
June 29, 2012 People Like Us co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment and K/O Paper Products
November 16, 2012 Lincoln co-production with 20th Century Fox, Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Participant Media, Amblin Entertainment and the Kennedy/Marshall Company
Academy Award for Best Actor
Academy Award for Best Production Design
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
October 18, 2013 The Fifth Estate co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media and Anonymous Content
November 22, 2013 Delivery Man co-production with Touchstone Pictures and Reliance Entertainment
March 14, 2014 Need for Speed co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Electronic Arts and Bandito Brothers
August 8, 2014[4] The Hundred-Foot Journey co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Image Nation, Amblin Entertainment and Harpo Films[5]
October 16, 2015[6] Bridge of Spies co-production with 20th Century Fox, Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media, Fox 2000 Pictures, Marc Platt Productions, TSG Entertainment, Studio Babelsberg and Amblin Entertainment
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
September 2, 2016 The Light Between Oceans co-production with Touchstone Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Participant Media and Heyday Films
Last film in the 2011–2016 library owned by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures via Touchstone Pictures
October 7, 2016 The Girl on the Train co-production with Universal Pictures,[7] Reliance Entertainment and Marc Platt Productions[8]
First film in the post-2016 library owned by Universal Pictures via Amblin Partners
December 9, 2016 Office Christmas Party co-production with Paramount Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Entertainment 360 and Bluegrass Films
March 31, 2017[9] Ghost in the Shell co-production with Paramount Pictures,[10] Reliance Entertainment, Shanghai Film Group, Huahua Media and Arad Productions
October 27, 2017 Thank You for Your Service co-production with Universal Pictures,[11] Reliance Entertainment and Rahway Road Productions[12]
December 22, 2017 The Post co-production with 20th Century Fox, TSG Entertainment, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Entertainment, Participant Media, Pascal Pictures and Star Thrower Entertainment
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
October 12, 2018 First Man co-production with Universal Pictures, Temple Hill Entertainment and Perfect World Pictures[13]
November 16, 2018 Green Book co-production with Universal Pictures, Participant Media and Cinetic Media
Academy Award for Best Picture
December 21, 2018 Welcome to Marwen co-production with Universal Pictures, ImageMovers and Perfect World Pictures
December 25, 2019 1917 co-production with Universal Pictures, Neal Street Productions, Mogambo and New Republic Pictures
nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture

2020s edit

Release date Title Notes
January 24, 2020 The Turning co-production with Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Reliance Entertainment and Vertigo Entertainment
September 25, 2020 The Trial of the Chicago 7 co-production with Paramount Pictures, Cross Creek Pictures, Marc Platt Productions, and ShivHans Pictures; distributed by Netflix
nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture
May 29, 2021 Oslo co-production with HBO Films, Bold Films, Marc Platt Productions, and SRO Productions
July 30, 2021 Stillwater co-production with Focus Features, Participant, Anonymous Content, Slow Pony, 3dot Productions, and Supernatural Pictures
August 5, 2022 Easter Sunday co-production with Universal Pictures, Reliance Entertainment and Rideback[14]
September 30, 2022 The Good House co-production with Lionsgate, Roadside Attractions, Participant, Reliance Entertainment, FilmNation Entertainment, and Faliro House
August 11, 2023 The Last Voyage of the Demeter co-production with Universal Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Storyworks Productions, Studio Babelsberg, Phoenix Pictures and Wise Owl Media

Upcoming releases edit

Release date Title Notes
TBA Distant co-production with C2 Motion Picture Group, Automatik Entertainment and Six Foot Turkey Productions
The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara co-production with The Spielberg/Krieger Company

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