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Wilson Pictures Corporation (formerly known as Wilson/Greyonne Productions and Jade Wilson Pictures) is an American film and television company founded in 1989 by directing and producing duo Jade Wilson and Stephen de Greyonne. The Company's location is the Wilson Pictures Mansion in Los Angeles, California, The company distributes superhero, comedy, action, adventure, disaster, mystery, crime, thriller, classic remakes and sports movies. In 2019, 20th Century Fox was now acquired Jade's company. In 2020, Wilson Pictures has many Divisions like Wilson Television (the television division), Watterson/Loud/Brown Productions, Great Pumpkin Pictures, Mayhem Sports Films, The Objects Studio (with Object Home Video), LunaMedia International Corporation, BMFC Records, Samantha Van Hof Productions, The Samantha Van Hof Company, Film Lakewood, Leaf Girl Productions, EasternScreen, Wonder Mandarin Productions and more.

Wilson/Greyonne Productions
1st Logo (1989-1991)
Jade Wilson Pictures
2nd Logo (1992-1995)
Wilson Pictures
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1st Logo (1995-1998, 2022)
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2nd Logo (1998-2017, 2022)
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3rd Logo (2017-2022)
4th Logo (30 Years: 2021-2022, Official: 2021, 2022-present)

Wilson/Greyonne Productions[]



Nicknames: "The First Logo"

Logo: Over a black background, the text WILSON flies from the right of the screen, with GREYONNE doing the same thing from the left. They both criss-cross and land on opposite sides, and a white slash draws itself between them. "PRODUCTIONS, INC." appears below.


Technique: The flying text. Created on a NewTek Video Toaster.

Music/Sounds: Four synthesized dramatic-yet-simple ascending tones, and then a dramatic 7-note synth tune that begins with 4 descending notes, and 3 more ascending notes follow. or the opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Can be seen on Eleven (the first movie to use this logo), I Am Despicable, Downswing, Pump Action Interaction, Naminos: The Namechain Game, and Marquan! The Musical (the last movie to use this logo). It also appears on the teaser and a few trailers of 2078, despite the fact that the Jade Wilson Pictures logo appears on the film itself.

Editor's Note: TBA

Jade Wilson Pictures[]



Logo: TBA

Technique: CGI animation by Pacific Data Images.

Music/Sounds: A slow synth theme with a metal-swiping sound and ending in a bang and a string note.

Availability: First seen on 2078, Hotel California, Sgt. Obvious, The Caboozers: New Beginnings, Arabian Knight, 9-1-1, and last seen on Somebody's Daughter.

Editor's Note: TBA

Wilson Pictures[]

1st Logo

Logo: Just the text reading "Wilson Pictures Presents" or "A Wilson Pictures Production" on the black background

Variant: in Geniuses from Kindergarten: the text reads "A Wilson Pictures Production" but in the different text.

FX/SFX: Fading in and out

Trivia: in The Caboozers: New Beginnings, the text reads "LunaMedia International Corporation and Wilson Pictures Present" appears.

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

Availability: Seened in the end of every Wilson Pictures movies.

2nd Logo (1995-1998, 2022)[]

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Logo: We see some time-lapsed clouds in the sky on a window, a kid watches the door and the shadow, and the kid walks in the door and it zooms out, then the red stacked letters "WILSON PICTURES" in the same font as the previous logo, zoom-in upward from the bottom of the screen and complete the words. The logo "shines".

Technique: Watercolor animation mixed with computer effects, Done by Richard Williams Animation Studio.

Music/Sounds: Some ethereal synth music that culminates into a three light synth chords, then a loud orchestral hit just like Strand VCI Entertainment logo.

Availability: First seen on Last One Out of Beach City and later appeared on Recipe for Disaster, Is There a Ghost?, To Wong Newman, Thanks for Everything, Three Exclamation Points (!!!), and Netizens, It doesn't appear on Geniuses from Kindergarten despite showing the print logo on the cover and it appears in the trailer. It makes a surprise reappearances on Vanellope and Hall and Order.

3rd Logo (1998-2017, 2022)[]

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20th Century Fox-Wilson Pictures (2003-2009)

Logo: We see the starfield with a comet flying across. Suddenly all stars fold into a glowing yellow bundle, which then moves and spreads them out. The stars form the big yellow script letter W writes and zooms in. The text "WILSON PICTURES" fades in below along with the yellow dot flies over the text and stops above the big W letter and coloring it yellow.

Technique: Nice CGI animation by DWA Glendale and Pacific Data Images.

Music/Sounds: A dreamy calm synthesized woodwind and bell theme (similar to the 1st logo) composed by Luna Loud and Sam Sharp or the opening theme of the movie.

Music/Sounds Variant:

  • in The Top Artist of the Board: TBA
  • in College Friends: a perfect combination of the original logo and a relaxing calm synthesized hum and synth twinkles

Availability: First appeared on Miracle in Times Square and later appeared on The Baldi's Basics Movie, Here's CJ, Sisterhood, Chief Officer of Candy Co., Two in Love Can Make It, Flu Murders, Money Heist, We Could Be Cops!, The Top Artist of the Board , Have You Scene It, and Bunsen the Recalled Blue Monster. it reappeared on the 2022 film College Friends as a variant.

4th Logo (2017-2022)[]

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Wilson Pictures (2019-present)

Logo: On a black background, we see lines wiping in from the bottom. Then it reveals to be a image of what appears to be in a living house, such as coffee and some kind of refrigerator. Then the words "PICTURES" wipes in next to the lines. Finally it turns into a multiple set of squares, and we then see the words "WILSON" appear next to the squares. During this, the logo is in blue tint while wiping, before turning metallic.


  • On The Gravity Falls Movie and The Trial For Wendy, the logo glitches out into the Pines Family Productions logo.
  • On Bee Positive, the logo is still.

Technique: CGI animation from Devastudios.

Music/Sounds: Same as the Fox Lorber Films logo from 2000. Alternatively, none or the opening theme of the movie.

Availability: First seen on The Gravity Falls Movie, Bee Positive, The Trial For Wendy, In Living Color: the Movie, The Objects, Fraternal Conjoined Twins, The Loud House: Uninvited, SwaySway A Duck and His Dream, OK KO: Let's Watch A Movie, Amethyst: The Gem Behind the Slaughter, Fionna & Marshall Lee, The Loud House Presents: Schooled!, and Locked Out (released in Europe as Pandemic Season), Plazalympics, Friends in The Dry Place, and last seen on Xavier Riddle.

5th Logo (30 Years: 2021-2022, Official: 2021, 2022-2023)[]

Nicknames: "CGI Logo", "Logo and the Lady in the Sky IV", "Water Tower Over Sunset", "The Reflection of the Mansion", "The Reflection of the the Water Tower", "From Los Angeles with the Brighter Side"

Logo: The camera pans across a beautiful, photorealistic CGI rendering of the Real Jade's Mansion with a soundstage at sunset, with the iconic water tower (displaying the W from the 2nd logo and "OFFICIAL HOME OF WILSON PICTURES" in five rows on it, in the new corporate font, WilSans) taking centre-stage. After a few seconds, the Wilson Pictures logo turns upright as it zooms out, revealing a realistic cloud background. Jade Wilson in a yellow-ish green blouse with a black shirt underneath it, blue jeans with a golden belt, purple boots and gold earrings and an orange bracelet on her left wrist appears to the left, does a Vanna White-like pose, and she crosses her arms and the 20th Century Studios byline fade in as the logo shines and Jade winks at them.


  • 30th Anniversary Variant: After the 20th Century Studios logo and before the previous Wilson Pictures logo, A montage of Wilson Pictures office/mansion throughout the years while two lines and rectangles showing footage from other Wilson Pictures films playing placed side by side while they did the same logo and "30" and "YEARS" appear from behind the logo and move away to surround it. "Entertaining The World" fades in underneath, followed by the 20th Century Studios byline in white. This can be seen on Plazalympics, Friends in The Dry Place, Mamba: The Kobe Bryant Story, The Fifth Element, Harriet The Spy, and Xavier Riddle.
  • in P-A-T-R-I-O-T-S!: she wears a Patriots uniform.
  • in On The Air: Same as the logo but the sunny background was replaced into a starry star background and she wears pajamas.
  • in Hackers, A "behind-the-scenes" like version of this logo showcasing the different production stages of the mansion, water tower, clouds, and the logo with the visual effects and lens flare in the 30th anniversary logo are left intact.
  • in The Great Hawk: The 30th Anniversary variant is still used while the logo is tinted in midnight blue, Launching fireballs fly in from behind the logo, as the camera starts to follow the fireball to where the prologue begins.
  • in Clemmie, Tango and Bud's Adventures from The Vending Machines: using the same logo before panning down into TBA for the opening credits. Also, the logo has slightly more cream-colored, morning sky-style clouds which doesn't fade to black. The music is "Can I Kick It?" by A Tribe Called Quest.
  • in Objects Most Wanted: Lightbulb from Inanimate Insanity walks out, does a Vanna pose... and takes a huge bite out of the multiple set of squares. Jade is not amused.
  • On the trailer of Bumblebee: Maverick, the logo is black and white.

Alternate Descriptive Video Descriptions: The sun peaks over a watertower that stands tall on the mansion, the letters Wilson Pictures appear with the line and the multiple set of squares appear set against the cloudy sky.

Trivia: The films that are seen here include 2078, Hotel California, Sgt. Obvious, The Caboozers: New Beginnings, 9-1-1, Last One Out of Beach City, Geniuses from Kindergarten, Recipe for Disaster, Is There a Ghost?, Two in Love Can Make It, Three Exclamation Points (!!!), Netizens, The Baldi's Basics Movie, Chief Officer of Candy Co., Flu Murders, Money Heist, We Could Be Cops!, Crash Commando, Have You Scene It?, Beast Boy, Bee Positive, Good Girls, The Gravity Falls Movie, The Objects, Fraternal Conjoined Twins, Aki: The Ninja Girl Who Become A Ninja Warrior, The Loud House: Uninvited, SwaySway: A Duck and His Dream, OK K.O. Let's Watch A Movie!, The Trial For Wendy, Amethyst: The Gem Behind the Slaughter, Fionna & Marshall Lee, Locked Out, Partners in Crime, The Loud House Presents: Schooled!, Mamba: The Kobe Bryant Story, Plazalympics, The Play That Goes Wrong, Friends in The Dry Place, Hackers, Harriet The Spy, and Xavier Riddle.

Technique: Mindblowing CGI!

Music/Sounds: A re-orchestrated version of the theme that was based on the theme from The Top Artist of The Board, "As Time Goes By", originally used in the broadway musical, Everybody's Welcome, now played in a different key (this time in E♭ major), accompanied by strings, trumpets, woodwinds, percussion, an accordion, a harmonica, and a choir. It has a more powerful build-up and the opening notes are now played on a piano solo, acoustic guitar, ukulele, flute and chimes, This was composed by Ludwig Göransson. In the montage intro for the 30th anniversary of Wilson Pictures uses an extended version of the "As Time Goes By" theme with the same orchestra from the logo, accompanied by a voiceover (Bill Ratner, the voiceover of many promos from Movies, TV, and video releases from Hanna-Barbera Home Video and Object Home Video) thanks audiences around the world for celebrating 30 years, he said ""As Time Goes By", Wilson Pictures, keeps Entertaining The World. We would like to thank audiences everywhere, as we proudly celebrating 30 years, of making the moments and the memories, that may dreams come true, The World Over".

Music/Sounds Variants

  • in Friends in The Dry Place: a nice orchestral theme just like the music from the 1995 movie "Geniuses of Kindergarten"
  • in The Fifth Element: a wind-blowing chime theme and a crystallized hum.
  • in Harriet The Spy: the logo music was rearranged by Mark Mothersbaugh and Anna Waronker as part of the main title.
  • in Mamba: The Kobe Bryant Story: crowd cheering throughout the logos
  • in Pandemic Season: crowd chattering and cheering through the logos for the movie
  • in P-A-T-R-I-O-T-S!:
  • in Clemmie, Tango and Bud's Adventures from The Vending Machines: throughout the Logos the music is "Can I Kick It?" by A Tribe Called Quest is playing
  • in Partners in Crime:
  • in Objects Most Wanted: Starts with the wind chime effect, then segues into a Boombastic fanfare (with strings, horns, drums, and chorus) and when Lightbulb appears a whimsical music plays and after she swallows it it ends with a 4 note piece, the Logos features sound effects and voices.
  • in Hypernadocane A Hugest Disaster:
  • Sometimes, the logo is silent, or the opening theme of the movie is used instead.

Availability: Brand new. It debuted on Plazalympics, Friends in The Dry Place, Mamba: The Kobe Bryant Story, The Fifth Element, Hackers, Harriet The Spy, and Xavier Riddle as a 30th anniversary variant, and later appeared on Mamba: The Kobe Bryant Story, Hackers, Harriet The Spy, P-A-T-R-I-O-T-S!, On The Air, New Beginnings: Afterlife, Bumblebee: Maverick, Clemmie, Tango and Bud's Adventures from The Vending Machines, Get Hard, Objects Most Wanted, Partners in Crime, Lynn Loud: #1 Winner of the Astonishing Quest, Gravity Falls & Steven Universe: He is Risen, Journey to The Savage Planet, PentaWorld, TownStars, Destruction All-Stars, The Strongest Team on Earth, Growing Up, Come From Away, The Play That Goes Wrong TownStars, All The Rage, Hall and Order, Atlantis, the trailer of College Friends and Brotherly Bond, and others.

Editor's Note: A much more fulfilling effort from Wilson Pictures this time round, with more realistic effects, and it's a completely worthy successor to its predecessor.

6th Logo (2023-present)[]