Logo descriptions by Logophile
Logo captures by WorldIntroHD
Editions by Jason A. Matthews
Background: WWE Studios is the motion picture arm of the World Wrestling Entertainment founded in 2002 as WWF Films (which shortly changed to the WWE name in May of the year.). The company didn't use a logo until 2006. In 2008, the company name changed to WWE Studios
1st Logo (May 19, 2006-December 2, 2014)
Logo: On a black background, the camera eases away from the silver 3-D WWE logo. When the whole logo is seen, it turns in to the 2-D white logo and the red streak under it etches itself (with light beaming out of it.). Then (STUDIOS) shines itself underneath.
Variant: In the early years the logo was used, it was "WWE FILMS". The current "WWE STUDIOS" name made its debut in 2009 with the release of 12 Rounds.
Music/Sounds: At the beginning of the logo, an orchestra tunes its instruments (which sounds similar to the PlayStation 3 start-up theme.). When the red streak appears, the conductor clicks his baton three times and when "STUDIOS" (or "FILMS") shines underneath, a long one-note menacing tune is heard.
Availability: Appears on films produced by the company such as See No Evil, The Marine, The Condemned and 12 Rounds. This plasters the New Line Cinema logo on the DVD and Blu-Ray release of No Holds Barred. The last film to use that logo is Jingle All the Way 2.
Scare Factor: Low to medium, the menacing note might make some jump (especially when you're watching the logo the first time and you don't know what to expect.)
2nd Logo (August 2014-)
Music/Sounds: Opening theme or none at all.
Availability: This logo made it's first appearance in a trailer for Leprechaun Origins, and starting with The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown!, this logo will be appearing in all newer WWE Studios' movies.
Scare Factor: TBA