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

The Big Seven will become the Big Six group since Fox's purchase of Disney and Sony other assets deal was completed are done no closed in March 20, 2019.

On November 6, 2017 - 21st Century Fox buys The Walt Disney Company for $52.4 billion.

The "Big Four" major movie studios of 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios and Warner Bros..

First film of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures to be distributed by 20th Century Fox - Dumbo (2019 film).

First film of Columbia Pictures to be distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures - Men in Black: International (2019 film).

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Mini-Majors

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The European major studios[change | change source]

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