Without movies, how would society function? The short response, though, would be far less interesting. We cry, laugh, leap for pleasure, and grab the closest pillow out of dread when we watch a movie. The materials and labor needed to create movies are provided by the production firms, who also provide the funding. It’s fascinating to consider the wonderful movies that some of the most significant production firms in the world have created over the past 100 years.
The top of our list is topped by Universal Pictures, the oldest still operating film production company in the U.S., which generated $43.9 billion in global box office revenue in 2019. The NBC Universal F&E subsidiary of Comcast owns the 1912-founded American film company Universal Pictures. California is the home of Universal Pictures’ American headquarters. The company’s most well-known film productions include Despicable Me, Jurassic Park, King Kong, the Fast & Furious franchise, and others. Since the company’s founding, 346 films have been created.
The Jazz Singer, which popularized synchronous sound, was one of the finest films to develop the business since Warner Bros. Entertainment was formed in 1923. Time Warner is the studio’s owner. Other businesses and divisions owned by Warner Bros. include New Line Cinema, Warner Bros. Animation, etc. Warner Bros. is an irrepressible production firm that has produced several excellent films and successful movie franchises. These include Batman, The Matrix, and Harry Potter. I think Warner Bros. would come in first on this list without a shadow of a doubt. It has demonstrated its ability to produce excellent films while acquiring some excellent subsidiaries and divisions.
In 1924, the Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group was established as a division of Sony Entertainment. The main division of the business is Columbia Pictures, which was acquired from Coca-Cola in 1989 for a sum of $3.4 billion. One of the other subsidiaries of the business is TriStar Pictures, while another is Screen Game. Among Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group’s many successful films and franchises are Resident Evil, Spiderman, and Jumanji. Two films from Sony are among the top 50 highest-grossing films ever. In 2020, it generated $41.1 billion.