Major movie studios

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The Big Eight are the United States's major movie production studios who also distribute their product. Most of them have their offices in Hollywood.

The Big Six are the group of major companies who own them. Their main offices are mostly far from Hollywood.

The Big Six will become the group since Fox-Disney Deal and Disney-Sony Deal are done in Summer 2019.

In December 14, 2017 – Fox buys Disney for $52.4 billion.

In December 14, 2017 – Disney buys Sony for $52.4 billion.

The American major studios[change | change source]

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Majors

Mini-Majors

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The European major studios[change | change source]

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