TriStar Pictures/Logo Variations

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

These are the logo variations seen throughout the years by TriStar Pictures, with more to be added overtime.

8 Million Ways to Die (1986): The logo starts just a few moments before the Pegasus grows its wings, and after it's done the logo fades into the Producers Sales Organization. The fanfare is also cut off near the start and the end.

Look Who's Talking Too (1990): The 1984 logo plays, but the Pegasus is voiced by Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis) imitating Mr. Ed. When the horse first appears, there is a neigh, then "Oh, Wilbur, here I go! (Laughs) I'm running pretty good now, and I'm going to take a jump," and when the Pegasus grows its wings and flies over the "T", "and oh, I got wings and I'm flying, oh Wilbur!" and when the logo forms, "Tri-Star Pictures, where anything can happen!" An extended and re-arranged version of the fanfare, composed and arranged by David Kitay, makes a cameo later on in the film during the scene when Julie practices walking, referencing the quote. Therefore, the fanfare was credited at the end.

Another You (1991):

Cliffhanger (1993): On widescreen prints of the film, the logo stays in scope, unlike the StudioCanal (current prints only) and Carolco logos.

Jumanji (1995): The logo's byline is outlined in purple. Also, the clouds and the white light are a bit slim. Note that this is the first film to have the "Sony Pictures Entertainment" byline.

Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001, US prints): The tail end of the fanfare is abridged and the logo fades out earlier than usual.

The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (2001): After the flash of light appears, the logo goes from color to black-and-white.

Lords of Dogtown (2005): The text "LOCALS ONLY" is spray-painted onto the logo.

Cadillac Records (2008): The theme's timing is off and logo is seen in an extra tint of blue.

Money Monster (2016): The logo is darker than usual.

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019): The 2014 version of the 1993 logo is used, but the fanfare is replaced with a xylophone-esque version to match the same music style as Mister Roger's Neighborhood. Also, the logo is darker as usual.

The Book of Clarence (2024): The 2015 logo plays normally, but Sony logo and byline are absent.

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