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The Weinstein Company was founded in late 2005 by brothers Harvey and Bob Weinstein after their departure from Miramax Films, which they had founded in 1979.
In 1993, they sold control of Miramax to the Walt Disney Company, continuing to run the studio in quasi-independent fashion under the Disney umbrella.
totals: 2016 - 8.1%; 2015 - 8.5%; 2014 - 11.6%; 2013 - 11.17% ; 2012 - 17.0%; 2011-13.4%; 2010—12.8%; 2009—14.2%; 2008—13.4%; 2007—13.4%; 2006—19.3%; 2005—11.1%; 2004—16.8%) Paramount: 4.79%; Paramount Vantage: 0.03% (Prev.While the main studios of the Big Six are located within 15 miles (24 km) of each other, Disney is the only one that has been owned by the same conglomerate since its founding and is also the sole member whose parent entity is still located near Los Angeles on Disney's studio lot and in the same building, where as the five others were previously owned by many different companies years ago and now report to conglomerates that are respectively located elsewhere in Boston (Paramount), Dallas (Warner Bros.), New York City (Fox), Philadelphia (Universal), and Tokyo (Columbia); moreover, Disney and Columbia are the only ones whose parent companies are still headquartered near the Pacific Ocean.Paramount is the only one still based in Hollywood with Columbia being in Culver City and Fox in Century City; furthermore, Paramount, Columbia, and Fox are the only ones still located within and near the Los Angeles city limits. are located in Burbank and Universal is in the unincorporated area of Universal City.totals: 2016 - 7.52%; 2015 - 6.2%; 2014 - 9.7%; 2013 - 8.94%; 2012-8.3%;2011-19.3%; 2010—16.8%; 2009—14.3%; 2008—17.2%; 2007—16.1%; 2006—11.0%; 2005—9.8%; 2004—6.8%) Past majors include: Lions Gate Entertainment, which moved in 2006 from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Santa Monica, California, was the most successful North American movie studio based outside the Los Angeles metropolitan area before its relocation.Now known as Lionsgate, it was founded in 1997 by financier Frank Giustra.
In the American and international markets, the major film studios, often simply known as the majors, are commonly regarded as the six diversified media conglomerates whose various film production and distribution subsidiaries collectively command approximately 80–85% of U. The "Big Six" majors are all film studios active since Hollywood's Golden Age. Pictures, and 20th Century Fox – were members of the "Big Five", but the other three – Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, and Walt Disney Studios – did not gain their market shares until much later.