LD Entertainment is an independent production, acquisitions and distribution company founded by CEO Mickey Liddell. In January 2012, Liddell Entertainment launched its own distribution arm headed by David Dinerstein, forming LD Entertainment. In addition to producing four to six movies a year with budgets of up to $25 million, the company also acquires films for domestic distribution.

In its initial year, LD Entertainment released KILLER JOE, directed by William Friedkin, written by Tracy Letts, starring Matthew McConaughey. Additionally, LD Entertainment will release their own feature productions including THE COLLECTION (Nov. 30, 2012), from SAW IV, V, AND VI writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, starring Josh Stewart; DISCONNECT (2013), starring Alexander Skarsgård and Jason Bateman; THE OCCULT (2013), starring Rufus Sewell and Jennifer Carpenter; and THÉRÈSE (2013), starring Elizabeth Olsen and Jessica Lange, based on the novel Thérèse Raquin by Émile Zola. BLACK ROCK, acquired at The 2012 Sundance Film Festival, directed by Katie Aselton, written by Mark Duplass, starring Kate Bosworth, will be released in 2013.

Founded in 2007, Liddell Entertainment, a division of LD Entertainment, produced THE GREY, starring Liam Neeson; SILENT HOUSE, starring Elizabeth Olsen; and THE DETAILS, starring Tobey Maguire and Elizabeth Banks. Liddell Entertainment also acquired a wide array of films including the three-time Oscar-nominated film, ALBERT NOBBS, starring Oscar-nominee Glenn Close; the Academy Award-nominated BIUTIFUL, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu, starring Javier Bardem; I LOVE YOU PHILLIP MORRIS, starring Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor; and GOOD HAIR, starring Chris Rock.