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Project X may refer to:
- Project X (2016 short film) about 33 Thomas Street and NSA surveillance
- Project X (1968 film), a science fiction film featuring Christopher George
- Project X (1987 film), a 1987 film starring Matthew Broderick
- Project X (2012 film), a comedy film about three teens who have a party that gets out of control
- Project X (band), a 1987 short-lived band, and also the name of their only release, a five-track EP
- Project X (web serial), weekly web serial produced by New Renaissance Pictures
- Project X, a novel by Jim Shepard
- A fictional weapon in the book Atlas Shrugged
- Project-X, a 1992 scrolling shooter game for the Amiga computer
- Project X is a scene release group that released Xbox games
- Project X (series), a series of crossover tactical role-playing games for the PlayStation 2 and later Nintendo 3DS
- Project X (accelerator), a proposed high intensity proton accelerator at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
- SIGSALY, an early secure speech system also known as "Project X"
- Code name of HotSauce, experimental visualization software developed by Apple Computer
- Original name of Nuon (DVD technology), a platform to enhance DVDs
- Project X: Iconic, a 2009 hip hop album by Tim Dog with Kool Keith and Mark Live.
- Project X: A patch loader on the game Call Of Duty: World at War by AgreedBog381
- Project X Haren, an out of control party which resulted in riots in Haren, Netherlands, named after the Project X movie.
- An early code name for the Walt Disney World Resort
- Code name for the development of the Messerschmitt Me 163 World War II aircraft
- A scandal involving Department of Homeland Security employee Laura Callahan
- A military effort of the Army Foreign Intelligence Assistance Program
- Project X -Chōsenshatachi-, a documentary television series from the NHK
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