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 Its films include the Diary of a Wimpy Kid and The Hunger Games series. Color Force signed a three-year "first-look" production deal with DreamWorks in December 2006. On March 1 2012, Brad Simpson became partner.
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid||March 19, 2010||Thor Freudenthal||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with Dune Entertainment||$15,000,000||$118,182,020|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules||March 25, 2011||David Bowers||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with Dune Entertainment||$21,000,000||$87,378,502|
|One Day||August 19, 2011||Lone Scherfig||Distributed by Focus Features; co-production with Random House Films and Film4 Productions||$15,000,000||$56,706,628|
|The Hunger Games||March 23, 2012||Gary Ross||Distributed by Lionsgate||$78,000,000||$691,247,768|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days||August 3, 2012||David Bowers||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with Dune Entertainment||$22,000,000||$77,112,176|
|The Hunger Games: Catching Fire||November 22, 2013||Francis Lawrence||Distributed by Lionsgate||$130,000,000||$854,355,361|
|The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1||November 21, 2014||Francis Lawrence||Distributed by Lionsgate; co-production with Lionsgate||$125,000,000||$755,100,229|
|The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2||November 20, 2015||Francis Lawrence||Distributed by Lionsgate; co-production with Lionsgate||$160,000,000||$652,955,370|
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul||May 19, 2017||David Bowers||Distributed by 20th Century Fox; co-production with TSG Entertainment||$22,000,000||$24,380,215|
|Crazy Rich Asians||August 17, 2018||Jon M. Chu||Distributed by Warner Bros.; co-production with Ivanhoe Pictures||$30,000,000||$231,310,201|
|Ben Is Back||December 7, 2018||Peter Hedges||Distributed by Roadside Attractions, LD Entertainment and Lionsgate, co-production with 30West and Black Bear Pictures||$13,000,000|
|Where'd You Go, Bernadette||August 9, 2019||Richard Linklater||Distributed by Annapurna Pictures|
|The Goldfinch||October 11, 2019||John Crowley||Distributed by Warner Bros.; co-production with Amazon Studios|
|Title||Series Premiere||Series Finale||Creator(s)||Co-production with||Note|
|American Crime Story||February 2nd, 2016||present||Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski||Scott & Larry Productions, Ryan Murphy Productions, FXP, and Fox 21 Television Studios; distributed by 20th Television|
|Pose||June 3rd, 2018||present||Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Steven Canals||Ryan Murphy Productions, Brad Falchuk Teley-vision, Fox 21 Television Studios, and FXP; distributed by 20th Television.|
|Y||2020||TBA||Michael Green and Melina Matsoukas||FX Productions; distributed by FX.|||
|Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Animated Series||TBA||TBA||Fox Television Animation, and TSG Entertainment; distributed by 20th Television.|
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