Revolution Studios was an American production/distribution company founded in 2000 by Joe Roth, a former chairman of Walt Disney Studios and 20th Century Fox. Revolution was formerly a strategic partner of Sony Pictures Entertainment, which distributed and marketed Revolution's films. The company's film division shut down in October 2007, coinciding with the end of the six-year deal with Sony. Revolution Studios' first film was Tomcats and the last film was The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep.
Revolution currently produces a sitcom based on its film Are We There Yet? for TBS and a sitcom adaptation of Anger Management for FX.
Revolution is a privately held company, with Roth owning the controlling interest. Other shareholders included Hollywood executives Todd Garner, Rob Moore, Tom Sherak and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, as well as Sony Pictures, Starz Entertainment, and 20th Century Fox.