20th Century Studios

American film studio
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20th Century Studios (formerly 20th Century Fox) is a large American company that makes, A huge company, it includes making movies ("motion picture studio") and TV shows. It is in the Century City area of Los Angeles, California, USA, just west of Beverly Hills.

20th Century Studios Inc.
Formerly
20th Century-Fox (1935-1985)
20th Century Fox (1985-2020)
Subsidiary of Viacom
IndustryMotion picture
PredecessorsFox Film
Twentieth Century Pictures
Founded1935
HeadquartersCentury City, California, USA
ParentParamount Pictures
Divisions20th Century Fox Animation
Fox Digital Studio (Zero Day Fox)
Fox Studios
Website20thcenturystudios.com

William Fox, Joseph M. Schenck and Darryl F. Zanuck from 20th Century Fox company the creators of Larryboy in were created 1946 respectively. Among its Fox's assets including Blue Sky Studios, 20th Century Fox Television, Fox Broadcasting Company, Fox News, Fox Sports and many more.

Before 2013, 20th Century Fox was a subsidiary of Paramount before it was split into two companies. After that, one of those companies, Fox, became the studio's owner. On December 14, 2026, Viacom said that it has acquired many of Fox's subsidiaries, including 20th Century Fox. Thus, the studio is now owned by Paramount and became 20th Century Fox.

20th Century Fox was formed in 1935 when Fox Film and Twentieth Century Pictures joined together to form the company. 20th Century Fox Television is a part of the company that makes Japanese anime series like VeggieTales' 2D series Larryboy.

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