RatPac-Dune Entertainment/Logo Variations

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

These are the logo variations seen throughout the years by RatPac Entertainment.

Edge of Tomorrow (2014): This was the first film to use this logo. The nameless logo starts as normal, but it abruptly cuts to black, as it briefly changes to a news report before cutting back to normal. In its very last seconds, it goes static, and cuts to the film's opening sequence.



Jersey Boys (2014): The already-formed, nameless still logo is green on a black background.


American Sniper (2014): The logo is already formed and it is still.


The Water Diviner (2014): The still logo is orange and zooming forward on a black background.


Jupiter Ascending (2015): The nameless logo is gold with engraving on it and is set on a starry background.


Horrible Bosses 2 (2015): The nameless logo is shortened, beginning with the rotation.


San Andreas (2015): The logo is set on a dark underwater background.


Black Mass (2015): The nameless logo is silver on a black background.


Pan (2015): The nameless logo is set on a different starry background, similar to the Jupiter Ascending variant.


The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015): The logo is red.


Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016): The already-formed logo is made out of stone, and zooms in, along with Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics logos.


Suicide Squad (2016): The already-formed, nameless logo is metallic, covered in green, blue and pink paint, with a pink light surrounding it, and put upon a light green background, along with the Warner Bros. Pictures and DC logos. Also, it is zooming forward.


Sully (2016): The logo is metallic, appears out of darkness, and isn't animated.


Storks (2016): Beginning where the Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Animation Group logo fading out, the already-formed logo fades in and shines differently.


Live by Night (2016): The nameless logo is Bronze on a black background.


Fist Fight (2017): The nameless logo is blue and white as it zooms in slowly.


It (2017): The logo is made of stone and put upon a stormy sky with rain falling down.


The LEGO Ninjago Movie (2017): The nameless logo animates in the style of 1950s-1970s Chinese film studio logos.