Disney Ends The 20th Century Fox Brand
Disney announced on Monday it would be rebranding one of its TV studios, 20th Century Fox Television, as 20th Television. 20th Century Fox, one of the most recognized names in entertainment history, famed for its logo and the recognizable music and credited for some of the biggest movies ever made, is no more. The move follows Disney dropping the Fox name from its 20th Century Fox film brand in January. The company, which closed a $71 billion deal to acquire many of Fox’s assets last year, renamed the long-time studio as just 20th Century Studios.
“Our new studio names and logos mark a new day for ABC Signature, 20th Television and Touchstone Tv though honouring their wealthy histories and the inventive ability of The Walt Disney Company,”
20th Century Fox was created in 1935 as a merger between Twentieth Century Pictures and Fox Films.
The film studio has produced some of the most popular and beloved films in Hollywood history that includes “Star Wars” “The Sound of Music” “Die Hard” “Alien” “Ice Age” “Home Alone” and “X-Men.”