“Jurassic World” may have smashed a box office record, but films based on Marvel Comics characters have packed a sizeable punch for studios as well.
Universal Studios has made $5.53 billion so far in 2015, thanks to the successes of both “Furious 7” and “Jurassic World,” which now holds the record for the largest box-office revenue during its opening weekend. Universal beat last year’s record of $5.52 billion in box-office revenue, held by 20th Century Fox.
With this week’s release of “Fantastic Four” and a big fall ahead, Fox could give Universal a run for its money.
With our featured job listing, you can be a part of that competition, promoting superhero icons The Fantastic Four, X-Men and Deadpool—Marvel characters whose movie rights Fox owns.
The studio is looking for a digital customer marketing manager in Italy.
Beyond Marvel movies, Fox has released a bevvy of iconic films, including two of the highest-grossing releases in history, “Titanic” and “Avatar.”
Though the studio’s headquarters are in Los Angeles, it has 30 offices worldwide that support its 1.5 billion subscribers in 100 languages.
Candidates should have experience with customer marketing campaigns, social media outreach, sponsor relations and online contests.
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If you’re looking to stay within the United States, the studio is also looking for a creative advertising manager in Los Angeles, and Fox Networks Group seeks a vice president of communications and talent relations in Washington, D.C.
For PR pros who want to go straight to the comic book source material, Marvel is hiring a digital media editorial intern in New York.
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