Morgan Creek EntertainmentMorgan Creek Entertainment (also known as Morgan Creek Productions) is an American film production company that has released box-office hits including ''Young Guns'', ''Dead Ringers'', ''Major League'', ''True Romance'', ''Ace Ventura: Pet Detective'', ''The Crush'', ''Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves'' and ''The Last of the Mohicans''. The studio was co-founded in 1988 by James Robinson and Joe Roth. Robinson is company as chairman and CEO. His two sons, Brian Robinson and David C. Robinson, run the day-to-day operations. The company name comes from Roth's favorite film, ''The Miracle of Morgan's Creek''.
Morgan Creek generally released their films through larger studios while retaining the copyrights, and making autonomous decisions on video and TV rights. Their initial slate of films from 1988 to 1990 were released by 20th Century Fox, except for ''Renegades'' and ''Coupe de Ville'' which were released by Universal and ''Major League'' which was released by Paramount. In 1991, beginning with ''Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves'', they shifted their distribution of new films, as well as their previous catalog titles, to Warner Bros., where they remained until early 2005. Later that year, beginning with ''Two for the Money'', they released their newer films through Universal, though previous films were still handled in the U.S. by Warner.
In October 2014, Morgan Creek sold the international distribution rights and copyrights to their films to Revolution Studios for $36.75 million. In September 2015, Morgan Creek began negotiating the sale of rights for the remaining territories, though they intend to retain remake and TV rights to the ''Ace Ventura'', ''Major League'', ''Young Guns'', and ''Exorcist'' franchises. Provided by Wikipedia