Well, it finally happened. . After a long and drawn out acquisition of (which included ), has finally rebranded the entire property.
rebrands to 20th Century Television
The iconic logo with the brand’s name on aset and presumably the well-known Alfred Newman fanfare will still remain. The only change will be to the title, which will now reflect the new brand name.
Titles that released before the merger will keep the old names and logos.
removes all ties to
It makes sense that , as the Fox Corporation still maintains a strong brand identity through its remaining intellectual properties.would want to distance itself from
Keeping the ’20th’ brand allows customers to subconsciously recall theand all of the and productions that it’s synonymous with, while still maintaining an affiliation with the brand.
For me, it’s sad to see such an iconic films hasn’t been the same since ‘s acquisition of and while it brings some benefits, it’s sad to see fold for good., which made such strides in the entertainment industry, lose it’s brand identity. Personally, watching
The‘s famous introduction with its bombastic music and a flashy made and I’ll always remember the as it was.
In recognition of this essential bit of lost ‘s fanfare just one more time., let’s watch the iconic
Still, at least we get the X-Men in the Cinematic Universe now.
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