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1995-2001[]

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Logo: Against a black background, there´s a circle. The words "WORKING TITLE" are seen cut in-between the circle. The word "FILMS" is seen on the bottom half of the circle. The byline " a PolyGram company" with "PolyGram" in the corporate font is seen below.

Variants:

  1. On some films such as The Matchmaker and Billy Elliot, the circle is red.
  2. A bylineless variant exists.
  3. A variant that reads "W2" is known to exist.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the closing theme of the movie.

Availability: Uncommon. It's seen on pre-2001 films, superimposed over the closing credits such as Fargo, Bean, The Borrowers, The Big Lebowski, and Elizabeth, among others. The opening version is quiet rare.

Scare Factor: None.

2001-present[]

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Nickname: Working Title Gyroscope

Logo: On a black BG in a brown spot, a blueprint draws a circle. The circle then splits and becomes several circles, which spin around like a gyroscope, until they merge into one big ring. The brown spot becomes a dark blue spotlight and the words "WORKING TITLE" fade in-between the ring.

Closing Variant: The print logo is used.

FX/SFX: The circle drawing.

Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme of the film.

Availability: Common. Can be seen on films such as Bridget Jones's Diary, Johnny English, Thunderbirds, Smokin' Aces, Mr. Bean's Holiday, Hot Fuzz, and Paul, among others. Still appears on films as of 2012 such as Les Misérables.

Scare Factor: Low.

2009-present[]

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Note: The print logo was shown on posters for their films since 2008.

Logo: On a black BG is a partially seen circle with a break in the middle. The words "WORKING TITLE" are seen in-between the circle (like before). The "K" is connected to the circle.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Common. Was seen on the trailers for their films since 2010, and first appeared superimposed into the end credits of 2009's State of Play. The previous logo is still used, and that featured one is generally relegated to the end.

Scare Factor: None.

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