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"New Line" redirects here. For other uses, see New Line (disambiguation).
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1973–1987 1987–2001 2001–present 2011–present
1973–1987 1987–2001 2001–present 2011–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 1973.

1973–1987

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1987–present

1987–2001

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2001–present

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The logo design and letters were changed in 2001 following Time Warner's purchase by AOL.

2011–present

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In 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 scheme was changed from blue to gold, and is now shown together with the Warner Bros. Pictures logo to reflect the new organization. In 2021, the logo became silver and no longer reflective.

Note

Due to the fact that New Line started out as independent before becoming a subordinate to Warner Bros., it has always maintained a "presents" or "presentation" credit, without mentioning WB, although the copyright (since 2011) is credited to Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. However, the 2019 film Shaft credits Warner Bros. as presenter and New Line Cinema (in association with Netflix, which is credited as presenter in international releases with Warner Bros. and Warner Bros. Digital Services) as the production company, with Davis Entertainment and Khalabo Ink Society included in international releases alongside New Line Cinema. Also, in the trailer for the upcoming The Fallout, despite New Line Cinema's logo appearing in the ending, the company has neither a presentation nor production credit.


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