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MajorsEdit

CurrentEdit

Studio parent
(conglomerate)
Major film studio unit Date founded Arthouse/indie Genre movie/B movie Animation Other divisions and brands US/CA market share (2015)[1]
Universal Filmed Entertainment Group

[2]
(Comcast)

Universal Pictures 1912 Focus Features Gramercy Pictures
Working Title Films
Big Idea Entertainment
Blur Studio
Bullwinkle Studios
DreamWorks Animation
Geo LTD.
Illumination Entertainment
Universal Animation
Focus World
Geo LTD. Ent. Japan (100%)
High Top Releasing
NBCU Ent. Japan
Oriental DreamWorks (45%)
21.65%1
Walt Disney Studios
(The Walt Disney Company)
Walt Disney Pictures 1923 Disneynature
Lucasfilm
Marvel Studios
DisneyToon Studios
Lucasfilm Animation
Marvel Animation
Pixar
Disney Animation
WDSMP
ESPN Films (80%)
Touchstone Pictures
UTV Pictures
20.75%2
Warner Bros. Entertainment
(Time Warner)
Warner Bros. Pictures 1923 New Line Cinema
DC Films
Warner Animation Group
Cartoon Network Studios

Castle Rock
CNN Films
Flagship (49%)[3]
HBO Films
Turner Entertainment
14.00%3
Fox Entertainment Group
(21st Century Fox)
20th Century Fox 1935 Fox Searchlight Pictures Blue Sky Studios
20th Century Fox Animation
Fox 2000 Pictures
Fox Star Studios
New Regency (20%)
12.73%4
Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group
(Sony)
Columbia Pictures 1924 Sony Pictures Classics
Destination Films
Screen Gems
Affirm Films
Stage 6 Films
Sony Pictures Animation
Sony Pictures Imageworks
Sony Pictures Releasing
TriStar Pictures[4]
TriStar Productions[5]
SPWA[6]
Triumph Films
8.49%5
Paramount Motion Pictures Group
(Viacom)
Paramount Pictures 1912 Insurge Pictures Lix Animation
Nickelodeon Animation Studio
Paramount Animation
Comedy Central Films
MTV Films
Nickelodeon Movies
6.18%6

^1 Universal: 21.3%; Focus Features: 1.0% (Prev. totals: 2014 - 10.3%; 2013 - 13.9%; 2012-11.3%; 2011-11.3%; 2010—9.2%; 2009—10.0%; 2008—12.9%; 2007—12.7%; 2006—10.9%; 2005—13.2%; 2004—10.8%)
^2 Disney 20.71%; UTV Communications: +.08%; (Prev. totals: 2014 - 14.9%; 2013 - 15.9%; 2012 - 14.7%; 2011-12.2%; 2010—14.3%; 2009—11.9%; 2008—11.4%; 2007—15.3%; 2006—16.7%; 2005—14.6%; 2004—16.5%)
^3 Warner Bros.: 13.9%; New Line: 2.9% (Prev. totals: 2014 - 14.4%; 2013 - 17.08%; 2012 - 15.3%; 2011-18.1%; 2010—18.0%; 2009—20.1%; 2008—19.4%; 2007—20.5%; 2006—14.9%; 2005—21.7%; 2004—17.7%)
^420th Century Fox: 11.3%; Fox Searchlight: 1.0% (Prev. totals: 2014 - 16.5%; 2013 - 10.80%; 2012-10.4%; 2011-11.1%; 2010—14.8%; 2009—16.1%; 2008—13.2%; 2007—11.9%; 2006—17.0%; 2005—16.5%; 2004—11.7%)
^5 Sony (Columbia/Screen Gems/TriStar): 8.4%; Sony Classics: 0.5% (Prev. totals: 2014 - 11.6%; 2013 - 11.17% ; 2012 - 17.0%; 2011-13.4%; 2010—12.8%; 2009—14.2%; 2008—13.4%; 2007—13.4%; 2006—19.3%; 2005—11.1%; 2004—16.8%)
^6 Paramount: 5.9% (Prev. totals: 2014 - 9.7%; 2013 - 8.94%; 2012-8.3%;2011-19.3%; 2010—16.8%; 2009—14.3%; 2008—17.2%; 2007—16.1%; 2006—11.0%; 2005—9.8%; 2004—6.8%)

FormerEdit

Former majors include:

Mini-majors Edit

Coming soon!

ReferencesEdit

  1. Market Share for Each Distributor in 2015. Nash Information Services, LLC. Retrieved on January 16, 2015.Market Share for Each Distributor in 2014. Nash Information Services, LLC. Retrieved on January 16, 2015. Leading Domestic Distributors in 2013. The Numbers/Nash Information Services (2014). Retrieved on 2014-02-03. For previous years' data in section notes, see Leading Domestic Distributors in 2012. The Numbers/Nash Information Services (2013). Retrieved on 2013-02-03. Market Share for Each Distributor in 2011. The Numbers/Nash Information Services (2012). Retrieved on 2012-02-03. Market Share for Each Distributor in 2010. The Numbers/Nash Information Services (2011). Retrieved on 2011-01-26. Market Share for Each Distributor in 2009. The Numbers/Nash Information Services (2010). Retrieved on 2010-01-19. Market Share for Each Distributor in 2008. The Numbers/Nash Information Services (2009). Retrieved on 2010-01-19. Studio Market Share (2007), Studio Market Share (2006), Studio Market Share (2005), and Studio Market Share (2004). Retrieved March 3, 2009.
  2. Jeff Shell Named Chairman, Universal Filmed Entertainment Group. Retrieved on 27 July 2016.
  3. Frater, Patrick. "China Media Capital, Warner Bros. Seal Flagship Production Pact", 2015-09-20. (in en-US) 
  4. Divisions. Sony Pictures Entertainment: SonyPictures.com. Accessed on November 7, 2013.
  5. Fleming, Mike Jr. "Tom Rothman To Launch New TriStar Productions Label For Sony" Deadline Hollywood (August 1, 2013).
  6. About. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions.com. Accessed on November 7, 2013.

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