- published: 12 Mar 2017
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Official new theme of Village Roadshow Pictures. Composed by thesecession (Greg Dombrowski) with Immediate Music. Recorded with real orchestra in Australia! Secession Studios: Website ► http://secessionstudios.com/ Bandcamp ► http://thesecession.bandcamp.com/music Twitter ► https://twitter.com/thesecession Instagram ► https://instagram.com/thesecession/ Facebook ► http://www.facebook.com/Secession.Studios
"Ocean's Eleven" (2001). The opening logos for Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow are tinted in baby blue. "Ocean's Twelve" (2004). The Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow logos aren't animated and the background is multicolored. "Ocean's Thirteen" (2007). A combination from the previous Ocean films: The logos are light-blue colored and also animated, the background is multicolored, green and red vertical/horizontal bars, start to appear over the logos and very nice piece of music (The Riviera Affair by Neil Richardson) is heard during all this. The animation was inspired by the opening titles to the 1975 television series Switch as well as WOR-TV's The Four O'Clock Movie, of which the opening music was initially utilized.
Screenshot: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/screenshot.php?movieid=17643&position=6 Taken from: Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole - Blu-ray (2010) (C) 2010 Warner Bros. Pictures & Village Roadshow Pictures. (C) 2010 Warner Home Video.
Taken from the yet-to-be-released film "Annie". NOTE: Since at least five Sony films were leaked onto peer-to-peer websites for illegal acquiring, I will only proceed to uploading its logos just for the community surrounding it. Even though I encourage piracy if you have no ways to legally purchase the movies or shows you enjoy, I do not encourage it when the movies haven't been officially released in either DVD or Blu-Ray, or even theaters. So I ask you that you go see these movies in the theaters whenever you get the chance, do not pirate them. You're only hurting Sony by doing so. I am only uploading the logos, simply for the logo community and for them to get a taste of what company produced what movie, even if it was obtained illegally. I insist. I'm still gonna get my account de...