Experience the whole wide world of the biggest globe, the biggest movie memories and the wonderful little woodpecker.
Universal Film Manufacturing Company (1912–1923) Universal-International Pictures Inc. (1946–1963)
Carl Laemmle Pat Powers David Horsley William Swanson Mark Dintenfass Charles Baumann Robert H. Cochrane Adam Kessel Jules Brulatour
10 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California, United States
Donna Langley (Chairman, Universal Filmed Entertainment Group)
NBCUniversal Film and Entertainment (Comcast)
Universal Animation Studios Illumination Focus Features Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
DreamWorks Animation Amblin Partners (minority) Working Title Films NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan United International Pictures (50%) Rede Telecine OTL Releasing Makeready (co-backing with Entertainment One only, film and television production company run by Brad Weston) Back Lot Music
Universal Pictures (legally Universal City Studios LLC, also known as Universal Studios, and formerly named Universal Film Manufacturing Company and Universal-International Pictures Inc.) is an American film studio owned by Comcast through the NBCUniversal Film and Entertainment division of its wholly owned subsidiary NBCUniversal.
Why They Rock
It was the very first major American movie company in history.
Its official mascot, Woody Woodpecker, is well-done.
The most iconic globe logo is great.
By 2004, it perfectly acquired the broadcasting TV network, NBC.
Great acting in a lot of films made by them.
They managed to create franchises like Woody Woodpecker (its flagship franchise), Despicable Me, Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, The Land Before Time, Jaws, The Fast and the Furious etc.
Awesome soundtrack for the majority of the films.
Most of their characters are likeable and iconic like Norman Bates, Quint, The Bandit, Bluto, E.T., Doc and Marty, John Bender, Littlefoot, Dominic Toreno Jason Bourne, the Minions and Chris Washington .