The film business is rapidly expanding in the United States.
Despite the emergence of Netflix and other internet streaming sites, movie theatre attendance has increased by about 30% since 2010, demonstrating the industry’s ability to evolve and adapt to ever-changing consumer interests.
This article will look at the big three film studios in the United States based on box office success.
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1. Universal Studios Hollywood. Universal City, California
By annual income, Universal Pictures is the world’s largest film production and distribution corporation.
It was formed in 1912, making it the fourth and eldest film studio in the United State
Throughout its century-long existence, Universal Pictures has released 254 films.
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2. Warner Bros. Burbank California
ATT’s WarnerMedia division owns Warner Bros, an entertainment and mass media company.
In addition to being the second-largest movie studio in the United States in terms of box office receipts, it is also the second-largest in terms of total films produced, with 249.
The studio is a partner of the Motion Pictures Association and is frequently referred to as one of America’s “Big Five” film studios.
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3. Columbia Pictures. Los Angeles, California
Sony Pictures, an entirely subsidiary of Sony, a Japanese multinational company, controls Columbia Pictures.
The corporation is a member of the “Big Five” American film studios and one of the world’s largest film producers and distributors.
Since its foundation in 1924, the studio has produced a total of 245 films.
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