From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This is the production company of Tommy Wiseau.

1st Logo (June 27, 2003-August 19, 2004)

Visuals: On a black background, a bright flash appears, with the blue globe with revolving sections of white land zooming up, a white oval (with a shadow) appears below it. The globe has "WISEAU FILMS" in the Chicago font with a line between the two words. The land and text cast a shadow on the oval. The globe continues to spin.

Variant: On the trailer of The Room, the word "PRESENTS" flips in with light rays, as the light rays disappear. This can be seen here.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Audio: An ominous sounder, followed by a loud violin stinger.

Availability: Seen on the infamous 2003 movie The Room, which aired on April Fools Day on Adult Swim from 2009 to 2011 and on the film's DVD, as well as on Homeless in America, it's also found on Tommy Wiseau's YouTube channel. Curiously, some DVDs of The Room feature this logo and the second logo, immediately following it.

2nd Logo (December 17, 2005- )

Visuals: On a space background, The W swings towards and zooms, and starts spinning. As it spins, the W starts glowing and sparks fly everywhere. Finally, the W flashes and two white lights appear, revealing "WISEAU FILMS" in front of it, with "WISEAU" on top and "F I L M S" on the bottom a red line appears while a blue spinning wireframe model of Earth wipes in.

Variant: The logo is choppier and the words "Home Entertainment" fade in below. This can be seen on the 2005 DVD of The Room, as well as the 2015 TV series The Neighbors.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A majestic fanfare comprised of production music.

Availability: Seen on the DVD (and Blu-ray) of The Room, and it appears on Wiseau's later projects.
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