Founded by Ryan Kavanaugh in 2004, Relativity Media, LLC, has set itself apart as a next-generation studio equipped with the talent and resources to achieve success in a notably competitive industry. Under Ryan Kavanaugh’s leadership, Relativity continues to expand nationally and internationally through its strategic distribution partnerships with Netflix, Clear Channel Radio, and China’s Huaxia Film Distribution Co. Ltd., among others.
A full-scale production house since 2010, Relativity is projected to work on eight to 12 feature films annually, and its projects range in size from $20 million to 50 million. Movies slated for release in 2012 and 2013 include House at the End of the Street, a fast-paced thriller starring Elisabeth Shue and Hunger Games’ star Jennifer Lawrence, and 21 and Over, a comedy penned by the writers of The Hangover. The latter film follows a straight-A student as he weathers a once-in-a-lifetime night of 21st birthday revelry leading up to a vital medical school interview.
In his role as Chief Executive Officer of Relativity, Ryan Kavanaugh has served as a producer and executive producer for a large number of box office hits, including The Fighter, Limitless, and Immortals. Immortals, a 3-D epic that opened in November 2011, became the No. 1 film in America following a highly successful debut weekend, which helped to solidify Relativity’s reputation as a leading Hollywood studio.
Aside from major motion pictures, Ryan Kavanaugh has helped to expand the company to include a successful television arm, RelativityREAL; a digital entertainment division, RogueLife; a music production division, Relativity Music Group; and the recently announced sports management division, Relativity Sports. To catch up on the latest news about Relativity Media and Ryan Kavanaugh, visit www.relativitymedia.com.