Have you ever considered what the world would be like without movies and the entertainment industries?
It’s depressing, isn’t it?
Movies can make us laugh, cry, jump with pleasure, or clutch the nearest pillow in horror.
All credit goes to the production businesses for filling our lives with many emotions.
So, let us look over the last century at the great films made by the most significant production firms.
The Warner Bros
Warner Brothers Entertainment Inc. is a 1923 American entertainment corporation.
This film production firm has created many films, television shows, and video games.
In other words, it is one of the six major American film studios responsible for films such as Inception, Legend of the Guardians, and Harry Potter.
Time Warner owns the Warner Bros. Entertainment studio, as well as Turner Entertainment, DC Films, Warner Bros. Animation, and New Line Cinema.
Above all, there is no doubt that this production firm has produced excellent films.
Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group
Sony Pictures is a Tokyo-based global technology and media giant Sony Corporation subsidiary.
Columbia Pictures, the Studio’s most prominent business, was purchased from Coca-Cola in 1989 for $3.4 billion.
In other words, Sony Pictures is one of the largest production businesses today, with notable films and franchises over the years.
Spider-Man, Men in Black, and Resident Evil are just a few of Sony Pictures’ biggest franchises.
Furthermore, Sony Pictures has a history of cooperating with diverse firms worldwide to generate movies, television series, and other forms of media output.
Some of Sony Pictures’ most successful films include:
- Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
- Spider-Man 3
Walt Disney Productions
Robert Iger developed the movie trading company entertainment division, Walt Disney Studios.
Over the years, the Studio has created some excellent films that have significantly impacted many people’s lives.
Walt Disney is, in other words, a production firm that makes animated feature films and shorts.
Furthermore, most of its live-action projects are handled by its primary studio subsidiary Walt Disney Pictures.
In the 1980s, the production company’s collection of film units propelled them to the ranks of Hollywood’s Big Six film studios.
Furthermore, Walt Disney owns subsidiaries and divisions such as Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Pixar, Disneynature, and 21st Century Fox.
Some of Walt Disney Studios’ most successful films include:
- The Star Wars franchise
- Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War
- The Fantastic Four
- The Third Iron Man
- Civil War, Captain America
- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
- Finding Dory
- The Story of the Jungle
- At World’s End, Pirates of the Caribbean
20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox is one of the world’s largest production companies.
From 1948 through 2013, the corporation was owned by New Corporation.
After its founding in 1935, the Studio became popular and well-known for its musicals and affiliation with Shirley Temple.
However, Blue Sky Studio has brought far more remarkable success to 20th Century Fox since 1997.
Similarly, the company is known for its computer animation films, such as Ice Age, Robots, and Rio.
Fox Searchlight Pictures, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, Fox Star Studios, and Zero Day Fox are some of 20th Century Fox’s subsidiaries and divisions.
As a result, the corporation was divided into News Corp and 21st Century Fox, now owned by the Studio.
Universal Pictures is a film production firm owned by Comcast’s subsidiary NBCUniversal.
It is, without a doubt, the oldest American film studio, having been formed in 1912.
Similarly, over the years, the firm has created several timeless classics.
Universal Animation Studios produced animated feature films and television series through many divisions.
Chris Melisandre, who established Illumination in 2007, is another branch.
Universal Pictures’ subsidiaries include Universal Studios Home Entertainment, DreamWorks Animation, Focus Features, and Working Title Films.
Among Universal Pictures’ highest-grossing films are:
- Jurassic World
- Fast and Furious 7
- The Fast and the Furious
- The film Jurassic Park
- The sequel to Despicable Me
- Paramount Pictures
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