|Founded||January 23, 1990|
|Defunct||March 20, 2019|
|Fate||Assets dispersed to other Disney divisions
|Successors||The Walt Disney Company|
Walt Disney Studios
Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International
Disney Parks, Experiences and Products
Fox Entertainment (division of Fox Corporation, successor of the reused unit name for Fox Corp. entertainment operations without using the word "Group")
|Headquarters||Fox Plaza, |
Century City, Los Angeles, California,
|Revenue||$13.28 billion USD (2012)|
|$3.3 billion USD (2012)|
|$4.98 billion USD (2012)|
Number of employees
Fox Entertainment Group was an American entertainment company specialised in filmed entertainment owned by 21st Century Fox. Following the acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney, the group's assets were folded into various Disney units. The film studios 20th Century Fox (now known as 20th Century Studios), Fox Searchlight Pictures (now known as Searchlight Pictures) and Blue Sky Studios were transferred to Walt Disney Studios, whilst Fox Star Studios (now known as Star Studios) transferred to Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International.
Its former owner, 21st Century Fox, was formerly known as News Corporation, which acquired all the stock of Fox Entertainment Group in 2005. In 2013, News Corporation was renamed 21st Century Fox and its publishing assets were spun off into the newly formed News Corp as part of a corporate re-organization.