Hollywood PicturesHollywood Pictures Company was an American film production label of The Walt Disney Studios, a division of The Walt Disney Company. Similar to Disney's Touchstone Pictures and former Miramax and Dimension film labels, it produced films for a more mature adult audience with darker themes than Walt Disney Pictures.
While then-Disney chief Michael Eisner at first intended Hollywood Pictures to be a full-fledged studio, like Touchstone, in later years its operations had been scaled back and its management was merged with the flagship Walt Disney Pictures studio.
Its most profitable film was M. Night Shyamalan's film ''The Sixth Sense'', which grossed over $600 million worldwide upon its 1999 release. Provided by Wikipedia