Kingson Films is an American motion picture production arm of the cable channel. It has produced features and films based on Kingson programs, as well as other adaptations and original projects.
The company first came to be known a couple months after a contract with Paramount Pictures (which deals with distribution of all Kingson media). Its first film to be release was Gecko's Million Dollar Movie (1998), based on The Misadventures of Gecko series, and grossing $53 million. The company gained popularity after couple more films, and was a huge success for both Kingson and Viacom. In 2002, SPEED movies, a secondary name was opened and its first film was Kitchen: Real & Raunchy (2003), based on Kitchen and grossing $90.6 million.