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This page only shows primary logo variants.
1967–1979, 1972–1987 (on-screen) 1979–1987 1987–2001, 2001–2011 (on-screen) 2001–2011, 2011–2024 (placeholder logo) 2011–2024 2024–present
1967–1979, 1972–1987 (on-screen) 1979–1987 1987–2001, 2001–2011 (on-screen) 2001–2011, 2011–2024 (placeholder logo) 2011–2024 2024–present

New Line Cinema is an American film production company. It was founded in 1967, and later became an independent film studio. It did not have an on-screen logo until 1972.

1967–1979, 1972–1987 (on-screen)[]

New Line Cinema wordmark 1972

1979–1987[]

New Line Cinema 1973

1987–present[]

1987–2001, 2001–2011 (on-screen)[]

New Line Cinema 1987

2001–2011, 2024 (placeholder logo)[]

New Line Cinema

The logo design and letters were changed in 2001 following Time Warner's purchase by AOL. Despite being replaced by the next logo below, this is strangely used on the poster for the 2024 movie The Watchers.

2011–2024[]

New Line Cinema 2011

On February 29, 2008, Time Warner reorganized New Line Cinema so it went from being an independent studio to a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Entertainment. Three years later, the logo's color scheme was changed from blue to gold (and again in 2021, when the color scheme was changed from the aforementioned gold color to silver, along with the logo no longer being reflective), and the logo was shown together with the Warner Bros. Pictures logo for more than a decade to reflect the new organization.

2024–present[]

New Line Cinema 2024

With the release of Turtles All the Way Down in 2024, the film reel in the logo was replaced with a tweaked version of the 1987 logo while the 2011 wordmark was kept. The on-screen logo was replaced with a re-animated version of the 1994 opening.

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