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Major Film Studios
In the North American, Western, and global markets, the major film studios, often simply known as the majors, are commonly regarded as the six diversified media conglomerates whose various movie production and distribution subsidiaries command about 90 percent of the U.S. and Canadian box office.

‘The Big Six’
20th Century Fox, Warner Bros., Paramount, Columbia, Universal, and Walt Disney Studios

‘Mini-Majors’
Lionsgate, Summit Entertainment, The Weinstein Company, Overture Films, and former major studio MGM

The Big Six — Subsidiaries and Brands
Time Warner
Warner Bros. Entertainment (parent division), Warner Bros. Pictures
Brands: New Line Cinema, HBO Films, Castle Rock Entertainment, Turner Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation

News Corporation
Fox Filmed Entertainment (parent division), 20th Century Fox
Arthouse/Indie: Fox Searchlight
Brands: 20th Century Fox Animation, Fox Faith, New Regency (20% equity)

Viacom
Paramount Motion Pictures Group (parent division)
Paramount Pictures
Arthouse/Indie: Paramount Vantage
Brands: Nickelodeon Movies, MTV Films

Sony
Sony Pictures Entertainment (parent division), Columbia Pictures
Arthouse/Indie: Sony Pictures Classics
Genre/B movie: Screen Gems
Brands: TriStar Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation, Destination Films, Triumph Films, Stage 6 Films

The Walt Disney Company
Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group (parent division), Walt Disney Pictures/Touchstone
Brands: Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Hollywood Pictures, ImageMovers Digital, Disneynature

General Electric/Vivendi SA
NBC Universal (parent division), Universal Studios
Arthouse/Indie: Focus Features
Brands: Universal Animation Studios