Mandeville Films is an American independent film production company headquartered at the Walt Disney Studios. Founded in 1995 by film producer David Hoberman, the company re-formed as Mandeville Films and Television in 2002 after a short hiatus, with Hoberman and Todd Lieberman as partners and co-owners.
- 1 History
- 2 Filmography
- 3 Television
- 4 References
- 5 External links
Film executive David Hoberman founded Mandeville Films in January 1995 as he exited Walt Disney Studios with a five-year, multi-picture production deal. The company went into hiatus when Hoberman left to join Hyde Park Entertainment, but was re-formed in 2002, this time with an exclusive 5-year contract with Walt Disney Studios. Hoberman brought along fellow producer Todd Lieberman as a partner, who worked with Hoberman when he was senior vice president for international finance at Hyde Park Entertainment.
When Mandeville Films returned to the studios, it was scheduled to produce 2 movies each for Touchstone and MGM: Walking Tall, Raising Helen, The Last Shot, and Beauty Shop. The studio itself went back to Disney in 2006 to co-produce Eight Below and The Shaggy Dog back-to-back.
In May 2018, Mandeville Films ended its partnership with Disney to sign with Universal Pictures for a "first-look production agreement". However, Mandeville is still set to be co-producing several live-action films with Disney.
- Senseless (with Dimension Films)
- The Negotiator (with Warner Bros. and Regency Enterprises)
- I'll Be Home for Christmas (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Walking Tall (with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures)
- Raising Helen (with Touchstone Pictures)
- The Last Shot (with Touchstone Pictures)
- Traitor (with Overture Pictures)
- Beverly Hills Chihuahua (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- The Lazarus Project (with Sony Pictures)
- The Proposal (with Touchstone Pictures)
- Surrogates (with Brownstone Productions and Touchstone Pictures)
- Beauty and the Beast (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Stronger (with Lionsgate, Roadside Attractions, Bold Films and Nine Stories Productions)
- Wonder (with Lionsgate, Participant Media, and Walden Media)
- The Resurrection of the Christ (with 20th Century Fox and Icon Productions)
- Brooklyn Family Robinson (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Untitled Casey Connor biopic (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Crenshaw (with Lionsgate, Participant Media and Walden Media)
- Untitled Live Action Chip 'n' Dale film (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Grandma's Intergalactic Bed & Breakfast (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Untitled Prince Charming film (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Sleeper Spy (with CBS Films, WWE Studios, and Tree House Films)
- The Stuff of Legend (with Walt Disney Pictures)
- Monk, USA Network (2002–09) (with ABC Studios and Universal Television)
- The Kill Point, Spike TV (2007) (with Lions Gate Television)
- Detroit 1-8-7, ABC Network (2010-11) (with ABC Studios)
- Wicked City, ABC Network (2015) (with ABC Studios)
- The Family, ABC Network (2016) (with ABC Studios)
- The Fix, ABC Network (2019) (with ABC Studios)
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- Esteves, Anthony (May 4, 2018). "Producers of Beauty and The Beast Leave Disney For Universal Deal". Latino Review Media. Retrieved May 4, 2018.
- Kit, Borys (August 16, 2012). "'The Muppets' Producer Mandeville Re-Ups With Disney (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved September 19, 2012.
- Kit, Borys (July 22, 2014). "Steve Carell to Star in Disney's 'Brooklyn Family Robinson' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved May 1, 2017.
- "Untitled Casey Connor Biopic". Movieinsider. Retrieved May 31, 2017.
- Kit, Borys (January 31, 2014). "Disney Reviving 'Chip 'n Dale' for a Live-Action Feature (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 31, 2014.
- "Grandma's Intergalactic Bed & Breakfast". ComingSoon. Retrieved May 15, 2017.
- Kit, Borys (July 6, 2015). "Disney Buys Live-Action Prince Charming Project". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 30, 2017.
- Siegel, Tatiana (October 9, 2013). "'Saw' Writers to Adapt Disney's 'Stuff of Legend' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 29, 2017.