In recent years, the film business has been increasingly driven by the interests of major studios, which have historically tended to dominate the film industry.
And the studios have had some influence in making the films they want to make, with the major studios increasingly looking to make films for the mainstream audience.
The result has been a major increase in the number of major studio movies made, according to a new study from the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), which examined the film market over the past few years.
In 2015, there were more than 200 films that were released to the general public.
That number has now grown to about 300.
In terms of number of releases, 2017 was a record year for major studio films.
By 2020, there will be more than 500.
The industry has also seen the release of several movies that were previously under the control of independent filmmakers.
Theaters like the Sundance Film Festival and the Chicago Film Festival saw their budgets grow substantially over the last few years, as more independent filmmakers ventured into the film world.
This year, there is a film from the indie filmmaker John Landis that was released in the United Kingdom and which was a box office success.
Other films from independent directors that received critical acclaim, like John Cassavetes’ The Long Goodbye, are expected to follow in the future.
These are the movies that have had a significant impact on the industry.
While the overall industry may be going through a period of decline, the major studio slate of films is still one of the most popular in terms of dollars made and the number produced.
For example, in 2018, there was a $2.8 billion film slate, which included the $2 billion Jurassic World and the $1.6 billion The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
There were also some notable movies that saw box office successes.
The latest addition to this year’s slate, The Maze Runner, was released on December 8 and made a total of $31.8 million, which was the fifth-highest grossing film of all time.
But that doesn’t necessarily mean that the overall film industry is in great shape.
The average ticket price for a big-budget movie is still far higher than the average ticket for a mainstream movie.
The most popular movie in 2017, The Hobbit, made $2,827,000 in ticket prices, while the most successful film of the year, The Lego Batman Movie, made a whopping $5 billion.
This makes it more difficult for independent filmmakers to make movies, and for the studios to make them, because the more money a film has made, the more lucrative it becomes.
But the studios also control a large portion of the profits.
This has meant that the studios can control what films they make, and what they make is often very similar to what they have been making for years.
This is something that has been known for a while, and is one of many factors that make the industry so lucrative for the major players.
And it’s also a huge part of the reason why there is so much competition among the major Hollywood studios.
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