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The studio is one of the six major American film studios. Located in the Century City area of Los Angeles, just west of Beverly Hills, the studio is a subsidiary of News Corporation, the media conglomerate owned by Rupert Murdoch.
The company was founded on December 28, 1934, as the result of a merger of two entities, Fox Film Corporation founded by William Fox in 1915, and Twentieth Century Pictures, begun in 1933 by Darryl F. Zanuck and company.
Scrat is sometimes considered as the mascot for 20th Century Fox.
Despite being a critical and commercial failure, it was a four-time Academy Award winner. The movie turned out to be very expensive, although it was the highest grossing film of the year, 20th only recovered half of the money spent for its production. 20th Century Fox's foundings were restored with the film The Sound of Music.
The Sound of MusicEdit
The Sound of Music is a 1965 musical film directed by Robert Wise and starring Julie Andrews in the lead role. The film is based on the Broadway musical The Sound of Music, with songs written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, and with the musical book written by the writing team of Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse.
The musical originated with the book The Story of the Trapp Family Singers by Maria von Trapp. It contains many popular songs, including "Edelweiss", "My Favorite Things", "Climb Ev'ry Mountain", "Do-Re-Mi", "Sixteen Going on Seventeen", and "The Lonely Goatherd", as well as the title song.
The movie version was filmed on location in Salzburg, Austria and Bavaria in Southern Germany, and also at the 20th Century Fox Studios in California. It won a total of five Academy Awards including Best Picture in 1965 and is one of the most popular musicals ever produced.
Star Wars is a space opera (sci-fi/romance) film series conceived by George Lucas. The first film was released in May 25, 1977, by 20th Century Fox and became a worldwide phenomenon, spawning two immediate sequels, released in 3 year intervals. Sixteen years later, a prequel trilogy was released, with the final film "Revenge of the Sith" being released in 2005. Disney planned for the Star Wars sequel trilogy such as Episode VII: The Force Awakens, Episode VIII, and Episode IX.
Die Hard Edit
Die Hard is a 1988 action film directed by John McTiernan and written by Jeb Stuart and Steven E. de Souza. It is based on a 1979 novel by Roderick Thorp titled Nothing Lasts Forever, itself a sequel to the book The Detective.
A critical and commercial success, Die Hard propelled Willis' film career and established Rickman as a popular portrayer of villains in American film. The film also started the Die Hard series.
Titanic is a 1997 American romantic drama film directed, written, co-produced and co-edited by James Cameron about the sinking of the RMS Titanic. It stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson and Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater, two members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ill-fated maiden voyage of the ship. The main characters and the central love story are fictional, but some characters (such as members of the ship's passengers and crew) are based on real historical figures. Gloria Stuart plays the elderly Rose, who narrates the film in a modern day framing device.
The film was originally to be released on July 2, 1997, but post-production delays pushed back the film's release to December 19, 1997. Upon release, the film turned out to be an enormous critical and commercial success, winning eleven Academy Awards, including Best Picture. It became the highest-grossing film of all time, with a worldwide total of over $1.8 billion (it is the sixth-highest grossing in North America once adjusted for inflation). The film was also distributed by Paramount Pictures.
- Main article: Ice Age (franchise)
One of 20th Century Fox's most popular movies known to man, Avatar is an American 3-D science fiction epic film directed by James Cameron, released on December 18, 2009 by 20th Century Fox. The film is Lightstorm Entertainment's latest project, and focuses on an epic conflict on a far-away world called Pandora, where humans and the native species of Pandora, the Na'vi, engage in war over the planet's resources and existence.
The film is first titled Project 880, and was originally to be released on May 22, 2009, but to avoid competition with Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, the post-production delays pushed back the film's release to December 18, 2009. The film was released in 2D, 3D and 4D formats, along with Dolby 3D, XpanD 3D and IMAX 3D releases in selected theaters. The film is being touted as a breakthrough in terms of filmmaking technology, for its development of 3D viewing and stereoscopic filmmaking with cameras that were specially designed for the film's production, and has already been slated for two awards.
Avatar is officially rated PG-13 for intense epic battle sequences and warfare, sensuality, language and some smoking by the MPAA.
Most Recent FilmsEdit
- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs - July 1, 2009
- I Love You, Beth Cooper - July 10, 2009
- Aliens in the Attic - July 31, 2010
- Post Grad (with Fox Searchlight Pictures) - August 21, 2009
- All About Steve - September 4, 2009
- Jennifer's Body - September 18, 2009
- Fantastic Mr. Fox (with Fox Searchlight Pictures) - November 13, 2009
- Avatar (first movie with new logo; one of 20th Century Fox's most popular movies known to man) - December 18, 2009
- Alvin and the Chipmunks 2: The Squeakquel - December 23, 2009
Most Recent FilmsEdit
- Tooth Fairy (last movie with 1994 CGI logo) - January 22, 2010
- Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief - February 12, 2010
- My Name Is Khan (with Fox Searchlight Pictures) - February 12, 2010
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid - March 19, 2010
- Date Night- April 9, 2010
- Marmaduke - June 4, 2010
- The A-Team - June 11, 2010
- Knight and Day - June 23, 2010
- Predators - July 9, 2010
- Ramona and Beezus - July 23, 2010
- Vampires Suck - August 18, 2010
- Machete - September 3, 2010
- Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps - September 24, 2010
- Unstoppable - November 12, 2010
- Love and Other Drugs - November 24, 2010
- The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - December 10, 2010
- Gulliver's Travels - December 26, 2010
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules - March 11, 2011
- Rio - April 15, 2011
- Monte Carlo - July 1, 2011
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chip-wrecked - December 16, 2011
- Ice Age: Continental Drift - July 13, 2012
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days - August 3, 2012
- Life of Pi - November 23, 2012
- Epic - May 24, 2013
- Walking with Dinosaurs - December 20, 2013
- Rio 2 - April 11, 2014
- The Book of Life - October 17, 2014
- The Peanuts Movie - November 6, 2015
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip - December 18, 2015
- Possum and Leopard - June 3, 2016
- Ice Age: Collision Course - July 22, 2016
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul - May 19, 2017
- Space Man 3.0 - July 21, 2017
- Ferdinand - December 15, 2017
- Whale City - June 29, 2018
- ↑ Some films listed here were only founded and/or distributed by 20th Century Fox, not necessarily produced directly by the studio.
- In the trailers for Ice Age and Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the 20th Century Fox logo is tinted in blue and plunged into darkness, turning in a snow squall of the most beautiful effect.
- En el trailer de Ice Age: The Meltdown , el clima de la imagen 20th Century Fox cambios de la nieve a la quema caliente.
- In Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, the 20th Century Fox logo is surrounded by snow-covered mountains and snow-covered pine trees and is made in pre-historic style, and the searchlights are small, miniature volcanoes. In 2D versions, the 1994 logo is used instead.
- El logotipo de la computadora de la 20th Century Fox hizo en 1994 fue creada por Pixar competidor de Blue Sky Studios
- The new 20th Century Fox logo was animated by Blue Sky Studios.