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Avatar, X-Men, and More: 5 Key 21st Century Fox Franchises for the Next Decade

By Keith Noonan - Sep 12, 2015 at 4:20PM

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These five movie franchises are Fox's best bet for keeping pace with competitors.

21st Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOX) (FOXA) had a lousy season at the box office thanks to its Fantastic Four flop, but the company is still counting on its film wing to provide stability and deliver growth in a changing entertainment landscape. 

Click through the following presentation to learn about five movie franchises that will have a significant impact on Fox's performance over the next decade.

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