Di Bonaventura Pictures
|Founded||September 3, 2002|
|Founder||Lorenzo di Bonaventura|
Di Bonaventura Pictures (also known as dB Pictures) is an American film and television production company founded in 2002 by Lorenzo di Bonaventura, who is known for producing the Transformers films.
On September 3, 2002, Lorenzo di Bonaventura announced that he would leave Warner Bros. to set up his own production company, and that it had a deal with Warner Bros. to produce the feature film Constantine, which was released in 2005.
On December 17, 2002, three months after the company was formed, it signed a 3-year contract with Paramount Pictures to produce feature films.
Di Bonaventura Pictures has remained at Paramount, signing a series of three-year deals, where it has produced the Transformers franchise.
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|2020||The Secrets We Keep||Yuval Adler||Bleecker Street||co-production with AGC Studios, Fibonacci Films, Image Nation Abu Dhabi and Echo Lake Entertainment|
|2021||Snake Eyes||Robert Schwentke||Paramount Pictures||co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Skydance Media and Entertainment One|
|2023||Plane||Jean-François Richet||Lionsgate||co-production with MadRiver Pictures, Olive Hill Media and G-BASE Film Productions|
|2023||Transformers: Rise of the Beasts||Steven Caple Jr.||Paramount Pictures||co-production with Entertainment One, Skydance Media and Bay Films|
|Meg 2: The Trench||Ben Wheatley||Warner Bros. Pictures||co-production with Gravity Pictures and Flagship Entertainment|
|2024||Madame Web||S.J. Clarkson||Sony Pictures Releasing||co-production with Marvel Entertainment and Columbia Pictures|
|Transformers: A New Generation||Josh Cooley||Paramount Pictures||co-production with Paramount Animation and Entertainment One|
|TBA||G.I. Joe: Ever Vigilant||D.J. Caruso||co-production with Entertainment One and Skydance Media|
|Untitled Transformers film||Angel Manuel Soto||co-production with Entertainment One|
|2013||Zero Hour||Paul Scheuring||ABC||co-production with ABC Studios, Clickety-Clack and One Light Road Productions|
|2016-2017||The Real O'Neals||Joshua Sternin
|co-production with ABC Studios and Winsdor & Johnson Productions|
|2016-2018||Shooter||based on Point of Impact by:
|USA Network||co-production with Paramount Television, Leverage Entertainment, Closest to the Hole Productions and Universal Cable Productions|
|2021||Jupiter's Legacy||Steven S. DeKnight
based on Jupiter's Legacy by:
Mark Millar and Frank Quitely
|Netflix||co-production with Millarworld and DeKnight Productions|
|2015||Dead Rising: Watchtower||Zach Lipovsky||Crackle||as Di Bonaventura Digital; co-production with Legendary Digital Pictures, Contradiction Films and Capcom Pictures|
|2016||Dead Rising: Endgame||Pat Williams||Uncredited; co-production with Legendary Digital Pictures, DR2 Productions and Contradiction Films|
|2018||Higher Power||Matthew Charles Santoro||Magnet Releasing||co-production with Break Media and Campfire|
|2019||Doom: Annihilation||Tony Giglio||Universal Pictures Home Entertainment||co-production with Battle Mountain Films and Universal 1440 Entertainment|
|2021||Infinite||Antoine Fuqua||Paramount+||co-production with Paramount Pictures, Closest to the Hole Productions, New Republic Pictures and Fuqua Films|
|TBA||Untitled Pet Sematary prequel||Lindsey Beer||co-production with Paramount Pictures, Paramount Players and Room 101, Inc.|
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