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|Formerly||Cherubs Ltd. (1996)|
|Founded||10 October 1996 in London, England|
Heyday Films Ltd. is a British film studio founded in 1996by producer David Heyman in London, England, and currently headquartered in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire.
Its debut feature film production was Ravenous , directed by Antonia Bird. The studio is best known as the producer of the Harry Potter film series, based on the fantasy novels of the same name by J. K. Rowling.
|1999||Ravenous||Antonia Bird||Ted Griffin||20th Century Fox||$12 million||$2 million|
|2001||Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone||Chris Columbus||Steve Kloves||Warner Bros.||$125 million||$978 million|
|2002||Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets||$100 million||$879 million|
|2004||Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban||Alfonso Cuarón||$130 million||$796.7 million|
|2005||Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire||Mike Newell||$150 million||$897 million|
|2007||Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix||David Yates||Michael Goldenberg||$150 million||$942 million|
|I Am Legend||Francis Lawrence||Mark Protosevich and Akiva Goldsman||Warner Bros. / Roadshow Entertainment||$150 million||$585.3 million|
|2008||The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas||Mark Herman||Miramax||$12.5 million||$44 million|
|Is Anybody There?||John Crowley||Peter Harness||Optimum Releasing||N/A||$3 million|
|Yes Man||Peyton Reed||Nicholas Stoller, Jarrad Paul, and Andrew Mogel||Warner Bros.||$70 million||$223.2 million|
|2009||Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince||David Yates||Steve Kloves||$250 million||$934.4 million|
|2010||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1||$250 million||$976.3 million|
|2011||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2||$1,342 billion|
|2013||We're the Millers||Rawson Marshall Thurber||Bob Fisher, Steve Faber, Sean Anders, and John Morris||Warner Bros. / New Line Cinema||$37 million||$270 million|
|Gravity||Alfonso Cuarón||Alfonso Cuarón and Jonás Cuarón||Warner Bros.||$100 million||$723.2 million|
|The Thirteenth Tale||James Kent||Christopher Hampton||BBC Two||N/A|
|2014||Turks & Caicos||David Hare|
|Salting the Battlefield|
|Testament of Youth||James Kent||Juliette Towhidi||Lionsgate||$10 million||$5.3 million|
|Paddington||Paul King||Paul King and Hamish McColl||StudioCanal||$55 million||$268 million|
|2016||The Light Between Oceans||Derek Cianfrance||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures||$20 million||$23.5 million|
|Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them||David Yates||J. K. Rowling||Warner Bros.||$180 million||$814 million|
|2017||Paddington 2||Paul King||Paul King and Simon Farnaby||StudioCanal||$40 million||$227 million|
|2018||Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald||David Yates||J. K. Rowling||Warner Bros.||$200 million||$654 million|
|2019||Once Upon a Time in Hollywood||Quentin Tarantino||Columbia Pictures||$100 million||$366 million|
|Marriage Story||Noah Baumbach||Netflix||$18 million||$2.3 million|
|2020||The Secret Garden||Marc Munden||Jack Thorne||StudioCanal||TBA||TBA|
|2022||Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore||David Yates||J. K. Rowling and Steve Kloves||Warner Bros.||TBA||TBA|
|2023||Wonka||Paul King||Paul King and Simon Farnaby||TBA||TBA|
|Show||First aired||Last aired||Co-production||Network||Ref.|
|Threshold||September 16, 2005||February 1, 2006|| Paramount Television |
Phantom Four Films
|The InBetween||May 29, 2019||August 14, 2019|| Universal Television |
Look at My New Bag
|The Adventures of Paddington||December 20, 2019||present|| StudioCanal |
|Clickbait||August 20, 2021|| Matchbox Pictures |
Tony Ayres Productions
|The Capture||September 3,2019||present|| BBC Studios |
NBCUniversal International Studios
|BBC One (UK) Peacock (US)|
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