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Background: EasternScreen Pictures (formerly FilmScreen Pictures and Eastern Legend Productions) is an American film and television company founded in 1996 (FSP) and 2014 (ELP) by writers and producers Joshua Campbell and Aki Wilson, On March 2021, Wilson Pictures announced it would acquire its company and Joshua and Aki merges two companies into one name after its acquisition.

FilmScreen Pictures

(1996-2021)

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Logo: On a black background we see orange lines move from the top right. They then twist to become a circle. The circle unwinds itself to form a star shape. Right when the star is being formed a bright yellow light flashes and the whole star is engulfed in white light as it forms the star. When the star finishes a white light shines through it. It turns out the be the word "FILMSCREEN" in a futuristic font. Above it is "Pictures" underneath.

FX/SFX: The lines twisting and untwisting forming the star. The shining of the star.

Music/Sounds:' A rising synth arrangement with base, pads and harps. When the star shines there is a laser sound accompanied by a synth drum followed by the ending with a stinger.

Availability: TBA

Editor's Note: TBA


Eastern Legend Productions

1st Logo
(2014-2017)

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Logo: in a black background, Aki the Ninja Girl appears and does a kick and reveals a red text of the connected striped words "EL" (which is the company's emblem). The emblem flashes, and the words "EASTERN LEGEND PRODUCTIONS" wipe in. and Chinese letters wipe with it.

FX/SFX: TBA

Trivia: TBA

Music/Sounds: A synth tune beginning with an arpeggio. There's also a descending sound when the company name wipes and a bling at the end.

Availability: Seen in the beginning of TBA

2nd Logo
(2017-2021)

Logo: On a black background, two stylized waves appear and clash onto each other, causing themselves to splash, releasing a huge amount of water drops. The background lights up to see a yellow/orange sun background and a 3D dragon appears. The bubbles follow the dragon and disappear, while the dragon roars. The dragon moves, sees the golden Chinese letters (which are the Chinese translation of the company's name), makes a "L" position and the L from the "Connected/Striped EL" forms inside the dragon, making it disappear completely, while the sun grows larger and turning into the gold gradient background. The emblem is formed and the Chinese letters flies, while the English translation appears and flies along with the Chinese letters. The EL emblem places itself at the top (and rotated to the left a bit) while the Chinese characters reads "イースタンレジェンドプロダクション" and the words underneath "Eastern Legend Productions" and "A Division of Wilson Pictures" appears underneath it

FX/SFX: TBA

Trivia: TBA

Music/Sounds: same as the 2nd Logo of the Long Shong Pictures logo

Availability: Seened in the beginning of AstrDystychiphobia

EasternScreen Pictures

(2021-present)

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Logo: On a black background we see orange lines move from the top right. They then twist to become a circle. The circle unwinds itself to form a star shape. Right when the star is being formed a bright yellow light flashes and the whole star is engulfed in white light as a blue filmstrip is formed the whole star and the EL emblem. When the filmstrip finishes a white light shines through it. It turns out the be the word "EASTERNSCREEN" in a futuristic font rotates letter-by-letter and shines. Above it is the words "Pictures". Below the logo a byline fades in which is underneath are the words "A DIVISION OF WILSON PICTURES"

FX/SFX: Same as the 1st FilmScreen star logo and filmstrip but .

Music/Sounds: Same as the first logo, but it is arranged with base, pads and harps. When the star shines there is a laser sound accompanied by a synth drum followed by a 3-note synth trumpet and synth timpani drone and ends with a 4-note stinger, Composed by Ludwig Goransson.

Availability: TBA

Editor's Note: TBA

Availability: Brand New, Seen on TBA

Editor's Note: TBA

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