Mickey Liddell
United States

LD Entertainment



As CEO and founder of LD Entertainment, Liddell oversees all aspects of the company’s development and production initiatives. Liddell Entertainment has aimed to produce four to six movies per year with budgets of up to $25 million. Included in Liddell’s most prestigious producing credits to date is the Pablo Larraín’s 2016 “Jackie,” which earned an Oscar nomination for Natalie Portman for her role as Jackie Kennedy in the days after President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Aside from steering its own slate of films, LD Entertainment lends its distribution and marketing expertise to works by third parties, handling, for instance, the domestic release of Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Oscar-nommed “Biutiful.” The company even reaches into live theater, backing the Broadway smash “Dear Evan Hansen,” among other plays.




  • University of Oklahoma (OK, USA)

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Toronto: 'Teen Spirit' With Elle Fanning Sells to Mickey Liddell

Toronto: 'Teen Spirit' With Elle Fanning Sells to Mickey Liddell

"Teen Spirit," the story of a small town teenager who dreams of pop stardom, has sold to Mickey Liddell.The film is the directorial debut of actor Max Minghella and stars Elle Fanning. Sources say "Teen Spirit" sold for $3 million. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it was considered to be one of the hotter acquisition targets.Liddell is the CEO and founder of LD Entertainment. He's backed Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s “Biutiful" and Pablo Larrain’s “Jackie," and was...


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