Constantin Film/Logo Variations

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Wrong Turn (2003): The logo is yellow.

Die Nacht der lebenden Loser (2004): The logo plays as normal, but after the final logo fades in, it suddenly turns into blood, which then melts away to the bottom of the screen, transitioning into the opening credits.

Impy's Wonderland (2006): The logo plays as normal, then it ripples, transitioning into the opening scene.

Neues vom Wixxer (2007): A recreation of the 1978 logo is used, albeit with different music.

The Wave (2008): The whole animation is turquoise and the completed logo turns into stencil. There are a few paint drops underneath the "C".

The Baader Meinhof Complex (2008): The logo jumps around through different points in its animation.

Pandorum (2009): The logo is placed over a starfield.

Vorstadtkrokodile (2009): As the camera zooms through the filmreel, a rocky texture starts to fade in through the logo, as the whole thing turns yellow. After the Constantin Film logo appears, a curvy line draws itself in from the bottom right, and it goes onto the left, transitioning into the Westside and Rat Pack Filmproduktion logos.

Vorstadtkrokodile 2 (2010): After the camera zooms through the filmreel, the color slowly starts to disappear from the logo. When the Constantin Film logo fades in, it's painted on a wooden surface, which continues throughout the other logos and opening credits.

Vorstadtkrokodile 3 (2011): The color is yellow all throughout the logo, along with record scratching sounds and a hip-hop song in the background. As the last bar of the filmreel goes down, the camera pans down to a metal wall as the Constantin Film logo suddenly appears embossed in it. The other logos show up the same way.

Suck Me Shakespeer (2013): The logo and music play as normal, although a voice sings through the theme. When the final logo fades in, a painted graffiti background appears. After that, the logo gets sprayed over by a multicolored version of the Rat Pack logo, which transitions into the opening scene.

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