Atlas Entertainment

Atlas Entertainment is an American film financing and production company, started by Charles Roven and Dawn Steel in 1994.


In 1990, Charles Roven and partner Bob Cavallo formed Roven-Cavallo Entertainment. At the same time, wife Dawn Steel, who was formerly employee of Columbia Pictures formed Steel Pictures, and signed a deal with Walt Disney Studios to produce feature films.
In 1994, they merged Roven-Cavallo Entertainment with Steel Pictures to create a new entity Atlas Entertainment, and it signed an exclusive feature film deal with Turner Pictures.
In 1997, Bob Cavallo left Atlas Entertainment to join Walt Disney Studios. Later that year, Dawn Steel, a manager in the company died.
On July 29, 1999, Atlas Entertainment was merged with Gold/Miller Management to create Mosaic Media Group.
In 2008, Charles Roven split off their ties from Mosaic Media Group, and relaunched Atlas Entertainment with a first-look deal at Sony Pictures.
On May 6, 2014, Atlas promoted Curt Kanemoto from production executive to VP of production, joining Andy Horwitz and Jake Kurily, Topher Rhys-Lawrence from first assistant to creative executive, joining Rebecca Roven and Dan Wiedenhaupt, and promoted Patrick Blood from Atlas executive to VP of legal and business affairs. In December 2014, Atlas started its subsidiary, a management company called Atlas Artists, headed by Dave Fleming.
Charles Roven and Richard Suckle produced 2013 film American Hustle, for which both producers were nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture. 12 Monkeys' episode “Mentally Divergent” was also nominated for Cinematography Awards. Atlas also produced the films The Whole Truth with Suckle, while Warcraft and with Roven. Uncharted will also be produced by Atlas along with Arad Productions.


Theatrical films





Direct-to-video/streaming films


Upcoming Films

Television series

Made for television films