AOL Time Warner logo question

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  1. Stevan Lay

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    Since Time Warner has dropped the 'AOL' to its corporate identity, will it also be reflected in their logo?

    Anyone know...
    1. What was the first movie that featured the new merged 'AOL Time Warner' logo?
    2. What was the last movie with the dropped 'AOL' to its logo?
    3. What will be the first movie that will feature the reverted 'Time Warner' logo?[/list=1]

      Just curious.
     
  2. Aaron Garman

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    I'd have to look closely, but the first time I noticed the change back to Time Warner was on Matrix Revolutions.

    AJG
     
  3. Jesse Skeen

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    I think "Sweet November" was the first to include the "AOL" onscreen. I booed it when I ran it through the projector.
     
  4. John Kilduff

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    Will they still include the brief instrumental version of "As Time Goes By", or will that be deleted as well?

    Sincerely,

    John Kilduff...

    I like the orchestration on that.
     
  5. Aaron Garman

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    So that is what the tune was! I think they should just go back to the original music that was used on the WB logo on Casablanca. I love that!

    AJG
     
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    MYSTIC RIVER's opening doesn't say anything about any corporate parent - it just features the WB shield. It felt good to see it like that again.

    --Bill
     
  7. Jesse Skeen

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    Didn't see any text other than the shield on the opening of T3 on DVD either- don't remember if it was that way in the theatre too or not.
    They need to bring back the funky "W" from the 70's!
     

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