The CinePix company was established in 2003 as a result of divestiture within the Syrena Entertainment Group – one of the first film distribution companies in Poland. In 2007 the company merged with Imperial Entertainment Home Video and continues to operate under its new brand name. Imperial CinePix distributes films to cinemas, including productions by 20th Century Fox, MGM and as of 2007 also Paramount and DreamWorks. In 2006 the distribution repertoire included: Ice Age 2 (the most popular film according to the BO Poland 2006 survey), X-Men: The Last Stand, Omen, Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties, The Devil Wears Prada and A Good Year and Just My Luck. Imperial CinePix does not distribute Polish films at all and very rarely distributes European productions. Since the merger with Imperial Entertainment Home Video the sphere of activity has expanded to include distribution of VHS and DVD and sales to television channels, both private and public. The company holds exclusive rights for the distribution of productions by: 20th Century Fox / MGM (to cinemas and on VHS and DVD) Buena Vista Home Entertainment and Sony Home Entertainment. Its catalogue also includes productions by Metro Goldwyn Mayer, 20th Century Fox, Touchstone Home Entertainment, Hollywood Pictures and Lucas Film. Films released in 2008 include Australia, What Happens in Vegas..., The Day the Earth Stood Still, Street Kings, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, Garfield's Fun Fest and Horton Hears a Who.