New Line Cinema
, founded in 1967, is one of the ten major
Hollywood movie studios. It is a subsidiary of Time Warner. The current
co-chairmen and co-CEOs are founder Robert Shaye and Michael Lynne.
New Line Cinema operates several divisions, including: theatrical
distribution, marketing, home video, and unit specializing in
independent film called, Fineline Features.
The Lord of the Rings trilogy
Dungeons & Dragons and its upcoming sequel.
The Austin Powers franchise
The Rush Hour franchise
Blade and its sequels
Past notable releases
Mondo Trasho (1969) & Pink Flamingos (1972) by John Waters
The Mask starring Jim Carrey
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films
The Nightmare On Elm Street series
Nightmare on Elm Street was New Line's first commercially-successful series, leading the company to be nicknamed "The House that Freddy Built".