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Background: THX is a real audio company, I am just making dream logos.

15th Trailer

(2008-2010)

Nicknames: "Homer?!" “The Simpsons Movie THX”

Logo: On a black background, Homer appears. He then grabs a yellow laser and draws a rectangle with it. The words “For the first time ever, 20th Century Fox and THX presents....” appear then slowly fade out. More words fade in “.....The Simpsons Movie, in HD and Ultimate Audio.....” then fade out. Finally, the yellow rectangle fades out. A yellow THX logo hits the ground causing a remixed version of the Deep Note to play. Homer says “THX! Everybody loves TO HATE THX! But I love it!”. Homer then puts a slide on which says “The Simpsons Are Listening”.

FX/SFX: Real CGI except for Homer, who is 2D.

Music/Sounds: Everything that’s happening, and the Deep Note (-1.5 pitch) from the Broadway DVD and Tex trailers.

Availability: Extinct. Seen in THX theaters from 2008 to 2010.

16th Trailer

(2010-2012)

Nicknames: "Burning", "The reason why I did not go to the movies in 2010"

Logo: We see a silver THX logo rising up from the water. When it has fully risen, it's set on fire. It then shines when the flames go down. The background then turns black and "L U C A S F I L M" fades in above the THX logo.

FX/SFX: Everything.

Music/Sounds: An really ominous orchestra tune, ending in the PAL Broadway Deep Note.

Availability: Seen in THX theatres from 2010 to 2012.

17th Trailer

(2012-2014)

Nicknames: "Can You Feel It?", "Something That Wouldn't Scare The Kids"

Logo: On a black background, a thin shiny black circular outline. A child's hand then touches it, causing it to change the colour to electric green. In it's place is the THX logo with a slogan, "Can you feel it?".

FX/SFX: All brilliant CGI, made by the guys from Warner Bros. Studios.

Music/Sounds: Just a press of a button.

Availability: Extinct. Was seen in some THX theatres from 2012 to 2014.

18th Trailer

(2014)

Nicknames: "Broadway 2014", "Let's See It In II"

Logo: On a black background, we see orange text fading in:

"Let's see it in...".

The text then fades out. Then, a blue rectangle fades in. Then from nowhere, there is a tunnel of many yellow rays and the rectangle fades out. A 3D THX logo zooms in, then stops and copyright info fades in below.

FX/SFX: Everything.

Music/Sounds: At first, there is some silence. Then, when the rectangle fades in, a much longer and slower version of the Deep Note is heard.

Availability: Long extinct as it’s short lived.

19th Trailer

(2014-2016)

Nicknames: "The Trollpasta Beat Up Logo", "The Reason Why I Never Saw SpingBoob’s New Bike 2", "The Trollpasta Logo", "Trollpasta beats up Tex", "Tex vs. Trollpasta"

Logo: On a rapidly-flashing rainbow background, we see Tex from THX trailer 5 going into a laboratory. We cut to the laboratory, which we can see Dr. Robotnik (in his AoSTH form) and Moar Krabs on a bed. Dr. Robotnik tells to Moar Krabs that he is going to sink with his Super Poopy Blah Blaster. Tex then peeks out and flies around. Then, the Trollpasta cast come in and beat up Tex as he gets killed by the beat up. He dies as the THX logo and blue rectangle appear on Tex. Then, we fade to the 2010 version of the THX Broadway logo as we see the Troll Face flying around, as the background turns to a different colour of a flashing rainbow. Then, the logo fades out and about 1 minute later, a screamer pops out of nowhere and scares the audience as the screen shatters to glass.

FX/SFX: All great animation, made by Maxwell Studios' in-house animation company, Maxdigitwell.

Variant: On most Japanese theatres, the beating up part is cut and replaced with a black screen with the word "検閲" in Japanese, due to concern of epilepsy.

Music/Sounds: Some 1930's sounding music before the beat up scene, some smacks and blood splattering sounds for the beat up part, the Deep Note, the scream from the K-fee commercial, and the glass shattering.

Availability: Extinct. Seen on almost every Trollpasta movie at many THX theatres. The variant was common in Japan.

20th Trailer

(2016)

Nicknames: "PvZ Style", "The Modern Day Background", "Broadway Style", "PvZ got THX!"

Logo: Just a modern day background, we see on a frame with a Broadway for a THX logo, then fades into a black background.

FX/SFX: I don't think so. See CLG Wiki Dream Logos for the idea.

Music/Sounds: The Modern Day from PvZ theme.

Availability: Seen on THX-certified prints of The Run, PvZ The Rivals, and even GoAnimate BIG Poop. Intact on DVD and Blu-Ray releases of those films.

21th Trailer

(2016-2017)

Nicknames: "Minecraft Pods", "THX Style II"

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22nd Trailer

(2017-)

Nickname: "Bouncing Green Ball"

Logo: On a very black background we see a green ball bouncing up & down over and over again then we just heard the deep note playing from the logo (after the green ball ) the ball disappeared in like 6 seconds then the THX logo appears the sound plays in 3 minutes and ended and the logo disappears.

23rd Trailer (2017-)

Nicknames: "THX Grenade", "College Animation Final Project"

Logo: On a black background, A grenade rolls on the top line of the "T", then it rolls down to the underscore of the logo. It explodes in the middle of the underscore and the Deep Note plays

Music/Sounds: The grenade hitting the logo, the grenade rolling, the explosion, and the +4 pitched Deep Note.

Availability: First available on YouTube on August 14, 2006.

24th trailer (2017-)

Nickname: "Boy in the THX logo"

Logo: On a bedroom background, a cartoon boy snores, but wakes up by the alarm clock, and crawls rapidly until he falls down from a gap to the bottom of the T. He presses the button which reads "Start THX Sound Test" and the Deep Note starts playing. The camera zooms out to the THX logo, then the boy pops out of the T and he hits the screen, then he sticks off the screen and falls down as the music stops and winds down.

Music/Sounds: The boy snoring, a clock ringing, the boy crawling, a cartoon "down" sound effect, The boy hitting the metal, the -1.5/pitched Deep Note from the Broadway DVD and Tex EX trailers, a whoosh sound, a plop sound, and a crashing sound.

25th trailer (2018-)

Nickname: "The THX Owl"

Logo: On a night background, an owl appears. When the Deep Note gets louder, the owl flies away to make room for the THX logo, which the branch turns into the logo's underscore.

Music/Sounds: The +1/pitched Deep Note.

26th trailer (2018-)

Nickname: "THX Girl"

Logo: A cartoon girl is seen sitting on her chair. The deep note begins to play, then cuts to the TV. On the TV screen, the word "The Audience is Listening" appears. Then, cuts to the girl opens her mouth as the deep note gets louder, but as the deep note gets more louder, the girl flies up and the THX logo appears on the TV. The girl closes her mouth before the Deep Note ends, but Tex rescues the girl.

Music/Sounds: The original Deep Note

27th trailer

(2018-)

Nicknames: "Water THX"

Logo: The THX logo floats in the water. After the Deep Note gets louder, the words "The Audience is Listening", also floats up on the water.

FX/SFX: CGI.

Music/Sounds: Same as the Broadway trailer.

28th trailer

(2018-)

Nickname: "Torn Dollar Bill"

Logo: Live-action hands tear a dollar bill into a THX logo.

Music/Sounds: The dollar bill tearing and a short version of the deep note.

29th trailer

Puppet Pals

(2018)

Nickname: "Puppet Pals", "Puppet Pals meet the THX logo"

Puppet_Pals_(2006)-_THX_Trailer

Puppet Pals (2006)- THX Trailer

Trailer: On a black background, we see this odd speck that talks in a familiar voice to Alonzo (from Puppet Pals) . It gets closer.... and... closer...OH! It's just Lincoln (from Puppet Pals). They talk about if they can hear each other. Then, Lincoln says "Kinda losing ya", causing Alonzo to drop the THX logo, and he shouts "HOW ABOUT THIS?!?! I'VE GOT HIM REAL CLOSE!!! CAN YOU READ ME?!?!" knocking Lincoln off-screen, then followed by the Deep Note. Alonzo then turns to the audience, winks and then goes off-screen. The THX logo shines as usual. Then the screen transitions to a message reading "THE PUPPETS IS LISTENING" (spoofing the "The Audience is Listening" motto, with "PUPPETS" in the same font as the movie).

FX/SFX: The characters moving, and the THX logo dropping.

Music/Sounds: The characters talking, sound effects corresponding to the animation, and the Deep Note.

Availability: Extinct. It was only seen at THX theaters that showed Puppet Pals (2018). Also seen on the THX website.

30th Trailer

(2018-)

Nickname: "Fog THX"

31st Trailer

(2019-)

Nickname: "Grand Tex" "Tex 5: Grand" "Grand 2: Tex"

THX_Grand_Tex_(1st_Collaboration_Trailer)

THX Grand Tex (1st Collaboration Trailer)

Trailer: We see Tex walk in a black screen and for a few seconds he freaks out and runs away as we see a beam of light and it's reveals the THX Grand Trailer, it plays normally until the THX logo appears and it stops, then we see Tex fly in, as he mutters "Oh George." (referring to George Lucas) then he flies away, and after a few seconds, we see Tex fly back in with a remote, he presses a button, then the THX logo zooms into the screen and Tex flies away, soon the text "CERTIFIED CINEMA" appears below the THX logo, and then the screen fades to black.

FX/SFX, 3-D animation from Sebastian Segura, 2-D animation from Liam Media and the THX logo in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios.

Music/Sounds: A mix of Deep Notes from Grand, Broadway, Eclipse, and Broadway DVD, and Tex's dialogue.

Availability: Brand new, will appear in THX Certified Cinemas soon.

Editor's Note: The animation is both wonderful and cheesy at the same time.


32nd Trailer

(2015-present)

Nicknames: "SpongeBob SquarePants" "SpongeBob and friends do THX" "This is how the Deep Note is done?!"

Trailer: The THX logo starts up like any other, but just as the Deep Note is about to get loud, the logo suddenly crashes down revealing SpongeBob, Sandy, Mr. Krabs, Squidward and Patrick creating the Deep Note with many instruments (consisting of SpongeBob on Electric Guitar, Sandy on Banjo, Mr. Krabs on Accordion, Squidward on clarinet, and Patrick on Drums) They all look at the screen, (with Sandy quietly murmuring "Uh-oh!") before looking at each other and smiling awkwardly as they raise the logo (apparently made out of cardboard) up. The Deep Note starts again (albeit less louder than before) and the THX logo shimmers in Yellow from left to right. While the Deep Note is playing, Patrick comes out and plays a kazoo over the last few seconds. SpongeBob yells "Patrick!" at him, and as Patrick mutters "Okay, okay! Chill, SpongeBob..." the two walk off-screen. The screen fades to black as the words "The Audience is Listening" on the top, a smaller THX logo in the middle, and copyright info on the bottom fade in all at once.

FX/SFX: The trailer itself, and the animation involving SpongeBob and his friends. Animated at Rough Draft Studios, South Korea/Nickelodeon Animation Studios, of course, and the THX logo from the Tex trailers is CGI by Pixar Animation Studios.

Music/Sounds: The Deep Note (the descending part at first with it falling over), the instruments, and the dialogue.

Availability: This trailer debuted with the release of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water at THX-certified cinemas, and appeared in theaters since. It's also on the movie's DVD and Blu-Ray releases.

Editor's Note: The Deep Note's presence is still omnious, but it's a hilarious trailer, and might also be a favorite among the show's fandom.

33rd Trailer

(1999)

Nicknames: "The Simpsons" “Burns' Heir”

Trailer: On a black background, the familiar rectangle from the Brodway trailer fades in. We then crossfade to the front of the fictional Springfield Aztec Theatre, complete with a film marquee with the text "SISKEL & EBERT: THE MOVIE" on it, with "TWO THUMBS UP" - SISKEL & EBERT" below it (a reference to the show Siskel & Ebert [later At the Movies], hosted by movie critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert). We then cut to many Simpsons characters in theater seats, including Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Abe (Grampa) Simpson. The light dims and then brightens a bit. Then we cut to the movie screen, then a white screen with "THX" on it (not the same as the other trailers, obviously to avoid any legal trouble) appears, with "SOUND SYSTEM" and "THE AUDIENCE IS LISTENING" under it. The Deep Note shakes the theater/cinema, as we see several moviegoers including Hans Moleman coil back in their seats. Chaos then ensues, with Moleman's glasses breaking, another man having his teeth shatter in a close-up shot, an exit sign exploding, the ceiling beginning to crumble and fall, and a man's head exploding (a reference to the 1981 horror film Scanners). After the chaos, we cut back to the screen as the audience cheers for the logo. The theatre screen fades to black and we then cut to Grampa (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) who, presumably hard of hearing, yells "Turn it up! TURN IT UP!".

FX/SFX: Cel animation by Film Roman, with Anivision helping with the reanimated variant.

Audio: The atmosphere, Grampa's dialogue, and the Deep Note. In the original scene, car horns are heard before the Deep Note.

Music/Sounds: Same as the original logo, but like said above, it's the VHS pitch.

Availability: Rare. Was only seen in the 1999 FOX Video re-releases of The Best of the Simpsons Volumes 1-9.


34th Trailer

(2009)

Nicknames: "Johnny Test" “Johnny, Dukey, Susan and Mary fixing the THX logo”

The THX logo fades in as it usually would with the Deep Note from the THX Broadway DVD (Digitally Mastered) trailer, but the THX logo sputters and then breaks down as if due to an electrical failure. A light is switched on as Johnny Test (voiced by James Arnold Taylor), Susan Test (voiced by Maryke Hendrikse), Mary Test (voiced by Ashleigh Ball), Hugh Test (voiced by Ian James Corlett), Lila Test (voiced by Kathleen Barr), and Dukey (voiced by Louis Chirillo) (from Johnny Test) walks in from off-camera. Hugh tells Lila that the THX logo is made of metal. Lila tells Susan and Mary that the robot ("Tex") was going to fix this thing. Johnny opens the hatch on the X and grabs the Amazing Turbo Action Backpack, and flies off screen, pulling out a hammer just before he goes off screen, Johnny says "Geroniwonga!". Johnny hammers at something on the right side of the screen, drills at something on the left side, he starts to saw, hits something, and yells "Ow! That really hurts!". Hugh answers THX stands for. Lila tells Hugh that makes no sense, and asks Susan and Mary what THX stands for. Dukey asks Susan and Mary a question and Susan and Mary answers “Tomlinson Holman’s eXperiment”. Hugh tells Susan and Mary that Johnny is done fixing. Johnny flies in front of Susan, Mary, Hugh, Lila and Dukey. Johnny walks to between the "T" and the "H", bumps the "H" out of the way, and opens another panel inside the "T". He moves a large switch inside it, causing the THX logo to re-activate and complete its usual sequence as the background fades back to black. Susan and Mary says “Well, our work here is done now”, and Dukey says “Uh, Johnny. You forgot to close the hatch”, Johnny notices that the panel in the "X" is still open and kicks the logo, which closes it and Johnny says "This should do the trick". A black screen falls, reading "The Audience Is Listening".

FX/SFX: The trailer is in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, while Johnny, Dukey, Hugh, Lila, Susan and Mary from Johnny Test are animated with 2D Flash animation in Adobe Flash by Atomic Cartoons/Teletoon.

Music/Sounds: The Deep Note in -1.5 lower pitch (from the Broadway DVD variant), Johnny, Dukey, Hugh, Lila, Susan and Mary's dialogue, and sounds corresponding to the animation. Sound design was done by Gary Rydstrom at Skywalker Sound, Mike Mancuso and Glenn Barna at Super Sonics Productions and Robert Duran at Advantage Audio.

Availability: It can be found as an easter egg on the DVD release of Johnny Test: The Complete First and Second Seasons, Johnny Test: The Complete Third and Fourth Seasons and Johnny Test: The Movie.


35th Trailer

(2011)

Nicknames: "Adventure Time" “Finn and Jake fixing the THX logo”

The THX logo appears on a pitch-black background as it usually would with the Deep Note from the THX Broadway DVD (Digitally Mastered) trailer, but the THX logo sputters and then breaks down as if due to an electrical failure. A light is switched on as Finn (voiced by Jeremy Shada) and Jake (voiced by John DiMaggio) (from Adventure Time) walks in from off-camera. Finn opens the hatch on the X and Jake stretches into a jetpack, and flies off screen, pulling out a mallet just before he goes off screen, Finn says "Shmow-zow!". Finn hammers at something on the right side of the screen, Jake drills at something on the left side. Jake flies in the ground and shape-shifts back to normal, Finn walks to between the "T" and the "H", bumps the "H" out of the way, and opens another panel inside the "T". He moves a large switch inside it, causing the THX logo to re-activate and complete its usual sequence as the background fades back to black. Finn says “Well, our work here is done”, and Jake says “Uh, Finn. You forgot to close the hatch”, Finn notices that the panel in the "X" is still open and kicks the logo, which closes it and Finn says "There you go". A black screen falls, reading "The Audience Is Listening".

FX/SFX: The trailer is in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, while Finn and Jake from Adventure Time is animated with 2D traditional hand-drawn animation in Toon Boom Harmony by Saerom Animation, Inc. and Rough Draft Studios, South Korea/Cartoon Network Studios.

Music/Sounds: The Deep Note in -1.5 lower pitch (from the Broadway DVD variant), Finn and Jake's dialogue, and sounds corresponding to the animation. Sound design was done by Gary Rydstrom at Skywalker Sound, and Robert Duran at Advantage Audio, Inc.

Availability: It can be found as an easter egg on the DVD releases of Adventure Time: My Favorite Two People, Adventure Time: Jake vs. Me-Mow, and the DVD and Blu-Ray release of Adventure Time: The Complete First Season, Adventure Time: The Complete Second Season and Adventure Time: The Complete Third Season.


36th Trailer

(2016-)

Nicknames: "The Loud House" “Lincoln Loud plugs the Moo Can on the THX logo”

We see a gray, lifeless THX logo. Lincoln Loud (voiced by Collin Dean) (from The Loud House) drops down from the top of the screen, landing towards the front of the camera. He has a can in his hand which has a picture of a cow on a field and says "moo" (which is in a bubble cloud, as if the cow were saying it) and he holds it closer to show us. Lincoln flips it over, realizing the can is empty and says "Dang it!" He runs to the THX logo in the background, opens a hatch in the X, and then pulls out a cable from it. He then returns with the "moo can" and holds the cable up with his opposite hand, revealing it to have a plug, and attaches it to the can. Lincoln looks around for a few seconds as we hear the sound of cows mooing. Then, the THX logo turns silver as "Lucasfilm Ltd." fades in above it and starts to rise up from the middle of the screen to its usual position nearly at the top and shines. Lincoln smiles and nods seemingly in accomplishment when suddenly the THX logo begins to rumble and shake. Lincoln sees this, jumps back in surprise and he nervously runs away with the can and the plug. The THX logo jolts to its left side for a moment before going back to its normal position. The cable is pulled back into the logo, the hatch closes and like the last trailer, the black screen with the text "The Audience is Listening" falls to the screen.

Variants:

  • A scope version of the trailer (like the theatrical release of Alien Resurrection, as well with the DVDs of THX Picture and Sound Optimizer, the THX Theatrical Trailers: The Audience is Listening and the French-exclusive Les Années Laser THX Trailers DVDs, the French (2 disc) Ultimate Edition DVD release of The Transporter (Le Transporteur) and the THX Demo Disc II) exists. This can be found on the theatrical release, and the Blu-Ray release of The Loud House: The First Movie.
  • A fullscreen version of the trailer exists (the entire trailer is letterboxed (like the DVDs of Toy Story 2 Ultimate Toy Box, DVD Demystified, Pixar's Made in Port Richmond DVD, and the VHS release of Monsters, Inc. except for the "Digitally mastered for optimal video and audio performance" message from the Broadway trailer appears in the beginning, which is in fullscreen). This can be found on the DVD release of The Loud House: Road Tripped! The Complete Third Season. (as seen on Toy Story 2 Ultimate Toy Box, Monsters, Inc., Toy Story 10th Anniversary Edition, Finding Nemo (Disc 1), Speed 2: Cruise Control, The Day The Earth Stood Still, DVD Demystified)

FX/SFX: The trailer is in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, while Lincoln Loud from The Loud House is animated with 2D traditional hand-drawn animation in Toon Boom Harmony by Jam Filled Entertainment, Canada/Nickelodeon Animation Studios.

Music/Sounds: Same as the previous trailer, except the Deep Note is replaced by cows mooing it (if you really listen carefully, a high pitched voice is heard towards the end of the mooing, which sounds like someone yelling "STOP!" before the sound of rumbling and cracking). Lincoln Loud's dialogue from The Loud House was recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studios, and the sound design is by Gary Rydstrom and Marco d'Ambrosio (who did the cow chord) according to The THX Ultimate Demo Disc, Jeff Shiffman at Boom Box Post and Robert Duran at Advantage Audio, Inc. for the fairy wands from The Fairly OddParents.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • On the DVD release of The Loud House: Road Tripped! The Complete Third Season that feature this trailer (like the aforementioned Monsters, Inc. VHS, Toy Story 2 Ultimate Toy Box DVD and the version on the Made in Point Richmond DVD, as well as both versions on the discs from the second and third editions of DVD Demystified), the logo is slightly louder, more mooing sounds are added in, Lincoln's "Huh?" when he sees the THX logo that begins to rumble and shake was removed and the moo noise heard at the end is heard later.

Availability: It can be found on THX-certified theaters, such as the theatrical release of The Loud House: The First Movie. This was also seen on the original DVD release of The Loud House: Road Tripped! The Complete Third Season, and the Blu-Ray releases of The Loud House: The First Movie.

37th Trailer

(2010 - 2024)

Nicknames: "Robotomy, Thrasher and Blastus do THX" "This is how the Deep Note is done?!"

Description

The trailer starts with the THX logo fading in as the Deep Note is about to reach its peak, with the billboard it was on falling over, showing Blastus and Thrasher behind it, making all the sounds. An audible "Uh-oh..." can be heard as they look at each other than then bring the THX trailer back upright and continue the Deep Note, now with all of their instruments playing along with the synth notes and the logo shimmers blue As the Deep Note fades out, Blastus can be heard still playing his Flute, running on screen. Thrasher then scolds him and the two walk off the screen together.. The screen fades to black as the words "The Audience is Listening" on the top, a smaller THX logo in the middle, and copyright info on the bottom fade in all at once.

Trivia: The "Creative Technology" text above the THX logo is visible for a split second when Thrasher lifts it up. This is an editing mistake that made it to the final trailer, as this trailer was initially supposed to premiere in mid 2010 when THX was still part of Creative Technology

Variants:

  • According to several moviegoers who saw the original 2013 version in theaters, a Dolby Surround 7.1 logo appeared on the bottom left on 70mm prints, while the 35mm print had a Dolby SR logo appear instead. Both would fade in at the same time as the Creative Technology byline. When the logo's soundtrack was replaced in 2012, both logos were deleted, leaving that area blank. The Dolby Surround 7.1 logo appearing on the 70mm print uses 70 mm film run through the projector horizontally when confirmed when footage of the trailer from 2011 was using The IMAX film standard and some other selected theaters
  • In 2014, the trailer was remixed in Dolby Digital. This variant had slight changes. At the start, the Dolby logo and text reading "Dolby Digital Sound In A THX Certified cinemas" fade in on a black screen before the whole thing animates as usual. At the end, the "Recorded in Dolby Digital" logo fades in with the byline at the bottom-left of the screen. It appears this was layered on to the existing film, as the logo shakes differently than the rest of the visuals. and the the bottom- Right of the screen there Sony Dynamic Digital Sound in Select Theaters logo
  • In 2019, when Razer joined THX, the trailer The Razer version exists on the THX Ultimate Cinema. Here, it's mostly the same, except the "SOUND SYSTEM" text isn't present and the "THE AUDIENCE IS LISTENING" text is replaced with ".See you on the other side" This also occurs on the next trailer as well.
  • In 2023 The trailer debuted on THX's YouTube channel as a demo of the THX Spatial Audio technology. Spatial Audio ", in its corporative 2-D font, fades in and slides up to the top at the same time as the THX logo. When the THX logo rumbles, the Spatial Audio Headphones logo rumbles at the same time as the THX logo, and the black screen instead shows the THX Spatial Audio logo, with the tagline reading "sound technology that users at the center of the action when using headphones. Ultimately providing a more true-to-life sound experience.


FX/SFX: The trailer itself, and the animation involving Thrasher and Blastus. CGI by RenderMan/Cartoon Network Studios, World Leaders Entertainment and the THX logo is also CGI by Pixar Animation Studios

Music/Sounds: The Deep Note (the descending part at first with it falling over), the instruments, and the dialogue. Blastus saying "Uh-oh...", Thrasher whispering "Blastus!", and Blastuss response: "Okay, okay! Chill, Thrasher." (Patton Oswalt and John Gemberling reprise their respective roles as Thrasher and Blastus from the film.

Availability: .This was initially supposed to premiere on June 18, 2010, the date of Robotomy's DVD and Blu ray release, but was pulled at the last second. It was theorized that Disney threatened to cut ties with THX over the trailer since this was the same day their film .Toy Story 3 opened in theaters at THX-certified cinemas, and appeared in theaters since. It's also on the movie's DVD and Blu-Ray releases.(Disney has denied this), but THX themselves stated it was due to not wanting to be associated with a specific film. It eventually debuted online in 2016 to promote Storks (film) with the trailer also appearing on the film itself theatrically in UK cinemas (and possibly other films). It was later uploaded to the company's YouTube channel as well.

Editor's Note: Another humorous effort from THX.

38th Trailer

(2021)

Nicknames: "The Loud House Movie" "Lincoln and Luna do THX" "This is how the Deep Note is done?!"

Trailer: The THX logo starts up like any other, but just as the Deep Note from the THX Broadway DVD (Digitally Mastered) trailer is about to get loud, the logo suddenly crashes down revealing Lincoln Loud (voiced by Tex Hammond) and Luna Loud (voiced by Nika Futterman) creating the Deep Note with many instruments. The two look at the screen (with Luna also nervously saying "Uh-oh..."), before looking at each other and smiling awkwardly as they raise the logo (apparently made out of cardboard) up. The Deep Note starts again (albeit less louder than before) and the logo shimmers in silver from left to right. While the Deep Note is playing, Luna comes out and plays bagpipes over the last few seconds. Lincoln yells "Luna!" at her, and as Luna mutters "Okay, okay! Chill, Lincoln..." the two walk off-screen. The screen fades to black as the words "illuminate your senses" fades in on the top and shines, a smaller THX logo in the middle, and copyright info on the bottom.

Trivia: The "LUCASFILM LTD" text (from the Broadway trailer, including the Buena Vista variants from 1997-2003) above the THX logo is visible for a split second when Lincoln lifts it up, due to an editing mistake.

FX/SFX: The trailer itself, the THX logo (as seen on the "Tex" trailer) in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, and the animation involving Lincoln and Luna. Animated with 2D hand-drawn animation in Toon Boom Harmony by Jam Filled Entertainment, Canada/Nickelodeon Animation Studios, of course.

Music/Sounds: The -1.5/low-pitched Deep Note from the Broadway (DVD variant) and Tex trailers (the descending part at first with it falling over), the instruments, and the dialogue. (Tex Hammond and Nika Futterman reprise their respective roles as Lincoln and Luna from the film.

Availability: This trailer eventually debuted online in 2021 to promote The Loud House Movie with the trailer also appearing on the film itself on the bonus features on the Blu-Ray and DVD releases.

Editor's Note: Another humorous effort from THX.

39th Trailer

(2017)

Nicknames: "The Loud House: The First Movie" “Lincoln Loud fixing the THX logo”

A metallic version of the THX logo appears on screen with the -1.5 (C#) Deep Note from the THX Broadway DVD (Digitally Mastered) trailer. At the climax of the Deep Note, the logo begins to short-circuit, and spontaneously breaks before falling down and losing its metallic shine. A blue light in the surrounding room turns on, and then Lincoln Loud (voiced by Collin Dean) comes into view, observing and wondering what happened to the logo. Lincoln jumps on the logo, and opens the door on the X, and grabs a hammer. He dashes off, and Lincoln begins to run around the logo, saying "Let's do this!" (which is said from each episode of The Loud House). He holds a hammer from his hand, and then runs northwest, going off-screen. Hammering sounds can be heard in the distance, followed by the sound of a drill. Lincoln's shadow then appears briefly as Lincoln flies west, once again going off-screen, and more drilling sounds can be heard. Lincoln then walks into view as he lands on the logo, and pushes the H to the side. He then opens up a compartment in the T, revealing a lever inside. Lincoln pulls the lever, which causes the Deep Note to abruptly return, and the logo to go back in place as Lincoln closes the compartment and the room to darken until it becomes pitch black again. Lincoln goes to the side as the THX logo shines from left to right, also shining the X's door in the process. Lincoln, seeing this, kicks the bottom of the logo, which causes the door to close. A black screen falls, reading "The Audience is Listening".

FX/SFX: The trailer is in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, while Lincoln Loud from The Loud House is animated with 2D hand-drawn animation in Toon Boom Harmony by Jam Filled Entertainment, Canada/Nickelodeon Animation Studios.

Music/Sounds: The Deep Note in -1.5 lower pitch (from the Broadway DVD variant), Lincoln's dialogue, and sounds corresponding to the animation. Sound design was done by Gary Rydstrom at Skywalker Sound, Jeff Shiffman at Boom Box Post and Robert Duran at Advantage Audio.

Variants:

  • On the DVD release of The Loud House: The Complete First Season, it features a slightly extended version in which after Lincoln drills something, he starts to saw and then hits something and yells "Ow!" (implying that he hurt himself), muttering afterward. The rest of the trailer plays like normal. The Loud House: The Complete Second Season DVD includes a mixture of the LaserDisc variant, such as the "Mastered and duplicated for optimal video and audio performance" message (as seen in the Toy Story Deluxe CAV LaserDisc, as well with the 2000/2001 DVDs, the Pixar employees DVD "Made in Port Richmand", DVD Demystified, and A Bug's Life 2003 DVD), and the remastered version of this trailer (as seen in the 2005 DVD of Toy Story 2 Special Edition, the 2006 DVD of Cars, and the 2007 DVD of Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix).
  • On the 2018 DVD release of The Loud House: The First Movie, "DIGITALLY MASTERED" from the Broadway DVD trailer shines above and below the THX logo after getting fixed. The "Digitally mastered for optimal video and audio performance" message appears prior to the THX logo appearing.

Availability: This can be found on the the 2017 DVD releases of The Loud House: The Complete First Season and The Loud House: The Complete Second Season and 2018 DVD release of The Loud House: The First Movie.

40th Trailer

(2010-2015)

Nicknames: "T.U.F.F. Puppy" “Dudley Puppy fixing the THX logo”

A metallic version of the THX logo appears on screen with the -1.5 (C#) Deep Note from the THX Broadway DVD (Digitally Mastered) trailer. At the climax of the Deep Note, the logo begins to short-circuit, and spontaneously breaks before falling down and losing its metallic shine. A blue light in the surrounding room turns on, and then the super secret T.U.F.F. agent Dudley Puppy (voiced by iCarly's Jerry Trainor) comes into view, observing and wondering what happened to the logo. Dudley jumps on the logo, and opens the door on the X, and grabs a jetpack, and flies off screen, pulling out a mallet just before he goes off screen, Dudley says "Hi-gee-gee!". He holds a hammer from his hand, and then flies northwest, going off-screen. Hammering sounds can be heard in the distance, followed by the sound of a drill. Dudley's shadow then appears briefly as Agent Puppy flies west, once again going off-screen, and more drilling sounds can be heard. Dudley then flies into view as he lands on the logo, and pushes the H to the side. He then opens up a compartment in the T, revealing a lever inside. Dudley pulls the lever, which causes the Deep Note to abruptly return, and the logo to go back in place as Dudley closes the compartment and the room to darken until it becomes pitch black again. Dudley goes to the side as the THX logo shines from left to right, also shining the X's door in the process. Dudley, seeing this, kicks the bottom of the logo, which causes the door to close. A black screen falls, reading "The Audience is Listening".

FX/SFX: The trailer is in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, while Dudley Puppy from T.U.F.F. Puppy is animated with 2D traditional hand-drawn animation in Toon Boom Harmony by Yeson Entertainment, South Korea/Nickelodeon Animation Studios.

Variants:

  • A rare extended version exists on the DVD release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: Season One, in which after Dudley drills something, he starts to saw and then hits something and yells "Ow!" (implying that he hurt himself), muttering afterward. The rest of the trailer plays like normal, but the "Digitally mastered for optimal video and audio performance" text appears at the beginning of the trailer, and lacks the "LUCASFILM LTD" and "SOUND SYSTEM" text on the THX logo at the end.
  • On the 2018 Blu-Ray release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: The Movie, this trailer was remastered (as seen in the 2005 DVD of Toy Story 2 Special Edition, the 2006 DVD of Cars, and the 2007 North American DVD of Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix), except here, the screen that reads "THE AUDIENCE IS LISTENING" is intact.
  • A "Digitally Mastered" version exists on the 2018 DVD release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: The Movie, the "Digitally mastered for optimal video and audio performance" text at the beginning of the trailer, it's mostly the same from the 2000 DVD of Toy Story, except the initials "LUCASFILM LTD" and "SOUND SYSTEM" are replaced with "DIGITALLY MASTERED" appearing above and below the THX logo at the end.

Music/Sounds: The Deep Note in -1.5 lower pitch (C#) (from the Broadway DVD variant), Dudley Puppy's dialogue, and sounds corresponding to the animation. Sound design was done by Gary Rydstrom at Skywalker Sound, and Robert Duran and Robert Poole II at Advantage Audio.

Availability:

  • It can be found as an easter egg on the DVD release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: Season One.
  • The "Digitally Mastered" variant makes an exclusive appearance on the Blu-Ray and DVD releases T.U.F.F. Puppy: The Movie.

41st Trailer

(2010-2015)

Nicknames: "T.U.F.F. Puppy" “Dudley Puppy plugs the Moo Can on the THX logo”

We see a gray, lifeless THX logo. A super secret T.U.F.F. agent Dudley Puppy (voiced by iCarly's Jerry Trainor) drops down from the top of the screen, landing towards the front of the camera. He has a can in his hand which has a picture of a cow on a field and says "moo" (which is in a bubble cloud, as if the cow were saying it) and he holds it closer to show us. Dudley flips it over, realizing the can is empty and says "Really should've read the manual." He flies to the THX logo in the background, opens a hatch in the X, and then pulls out a cable from it. He then returns with the "moo can" and holds the cable up with his opposite hand, revealing it to have a plug, and attaches it to the can. Dudley looks around for a few seconds as we hear the sound of cows mooing. Then, the THX logo turns silver as "Lucasfilm Ltd." fades in above it and starts to rise up from the middle of the screen to its usual position nearly at the top and shines. Dudley smiles and nods seemingly in accomplishment when suddenly the THX logo begins to rumble and shake. Dudley sees this, jumps back in surprise and panicked and he flies away with the can and the plug. The THX logo jolts to its left side for a moment before going back to its normal position. The cable is pulled back into the logo, the hatch closes and like the last trailer, the black screen with the text "The Audience is Listening" falls to the screen.

FX/SFX: The trailer is in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, while Dudley Puppy from T.U.F.F. Puppy is animated with 2D traditional hand-drawn animation in Toon Boom Harmony by Yeson Entertainment, South Korea/Nickelodeon Animation Studios.

Variants:

  • A scope version of the trailer (like the theatrical release of Alien Resurrection, as well with the DVDs of THX Picture and Sound Optimizer, the THX Theatrical Trailers: The Audience is Listening and the French-exclusive Les Années Laser THX Trailers DVDs, the French (2 disc) Ultimate Edition DVD release of The Transporter (Le Transporteur) and the THX Demo Disc II) exists. This can be found on the theatrical release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: The Movie.
  • When Monster Cable joined THX, the trailer became slightly updated. After Dudley returns with the cable, the camera zooms in to reveal a Monster HDMI cable, which shines. Dudley's chuckle was also heard. The camera then zooms back, and when Dudley plugs it in, the graphics on the moo can change it into a Monster Moo Can via an electricity transition. "MONSTER", in its corporative 3-D font, fades in and slides up to the top at the same time as the THX logo. When the THX logo rumbles, the Monster Cable logo rumbles at the same time as the THX logo, and the black screen instead shows the Monster THX logo, with the tagline reading "Bringing the Theater Home" below it. The disclaimer is also changed during this variant.
  • A fullscreen version of the flat trailer exists (the entire trailer is letterboxed (like the DVDs of Toy Story 2 Ultimate Toy Box, Pixar's Made in Port Richmond, and Monsters, Inc. except for the "Digitally mastered for optimal video and audio performance" message like in the VHS and DVD variant of the Broadway trailer, which is in fullscreen). This can be found on the DVD release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: Season Two. (as seen on Toy Story 2 Ultimate Toy Box, Monsters, Inc., Toy Story 10th Anniversary Edition, Finding Nemo, Speed 2: Cruise Control, The Day The Earth Stood Still, DVD Demystified)

Music/Sounds: Same as the previous trailer, except the Deep Note is replaced by cows mooing it (if you really listen carefully, a high pitched voice is heard towards the end of the mooing, which sounds like someone yelling "STOP!" before the sound of rumbling and cracking). The sound design is by Gary Rydstrom and Marco d'Ambrosio (who did the cow chord) according to The THX Ultimate Demo Disc, Dudley Puppy's dialogue was recorded at Nickelodeon Animation Studios, the sound design for the fairy wands was designed by Robert Duran and Robert Poole II at Advantage Audio.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • On the DVD release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: Season Two that feature this trailer (like the aforementioned Monsters, Inc. VHS, Toy Story 2 Ultimate Toy Box DVD and the version on the Made in Point Richmond DVD, as well as both versions on the discs from the second and third editions of DVD Demystified), the logo is slightly louder, more mooing sounds are added in, Dudley's "Huh?" when he sees the THX logo that begins to rumble and shake was removed and the moo noise heard at the end is heard later.

Availability: It can be found on THX-certified theaters, such as the theatrical release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: The Movie and the DVD release of T.U.F.F. Puppy: Season Two.

42nd Trailer

(2021)

Nicknames: "The Loud House Movie"

Trailer: On a black background is an odd speck talking in a familiar voice to Lincoln Loud (from The Loud House; voiced by Tex Hammond). It turns out to be Morag (voiced by Michelle Gomez), the Duchess of Loch Loud in Scotland, trying to hear him:

Lincoln: "Come in, Morag. Can you hear me?"

Morag: "Uh, not quite!"

Lincoln: "How about now? Is this better?"

Morag: "Ye-yeah... Yeah, sort of."

Lincoln: "Hello? Am I getting through?"

Morag: "Kinda losing you..."

Then, immediately after Morag says the last line, Lincoln quickly drops the THX logo, startling her. Lincoln then appears on the right side of the screen shouting "HOW ABOUT THIS?! IF I GET UP REAL CLOSE, CAN YOU READ ME?!" knocking Morag off-screen, then followed by the Deep Note from the THX Broadway DVD (Digitally Mastered) trailer. Lincoln turns to the audience laughing, winks, and then goes off-screen. The THX logo shines as usual. The screen transitions to a message reading "THE AUDIENCE IS LOUDING" (spoofing the usual "The Audience is Listening" tagline, with "LOUD" in the same font as show's logo). Finally, Morag peeks out of the left side of the screen.

FX/SFX: The characters moving, and the THX logo dropping. The THX logo (as seen in the "Tex" trailer) in CGI by Pixar Animation Studios, while Lincoln and Morag are animated with 2D traditional hand-drawn animation in Toon Boom Harmony by Jam Filled Entertainment, Canada/Nickelodeon Animation Studios

Music/Sounds: The characters talking, sound effects corresponding to the animation, and the -1.5/low-pitched Deep Note from Broadway (DVD variant) and Tex trailers.

Availability: It was only seen in THX-certified theaters to help promote The Loud House Movie, and also appeared in front of the film itself in said theaters. Also seen on the THX website.

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