In April 2017, RatPac Entertainment became a subsidiary of Access Industries with its purchase of James Packer's ownership share. In late 2017, after sexual assault allegations against Brett Ratner surfaced, Warner Bros. cut ties with RatPac. Ratner will remain as the CEO and co-owner of Access' RatPac subsidiary for the time being.
(February 13, 2018-March 18, 2021)
Logo: Two white streaks are seen descending consecutively, the first from the right and the second from the left. A black triangle is then shown opening to reveal white light, and the words:
E N T E R T A I N M E N T
are shown. After the door stops moving, it fades out.
Early Version: After the door stops moving, the light shines more for several seconds before the logo fades out. This has been spotted on the home media version of Justice League. This is most likely because the logo is typically shorter than the RatPac logo, which it was replacing.
Trivia: This logo was designed by Pearlfisher.
Technique: CGI animation.
Music/Sounds: Two "whoosh" sounds for two white streaks, then a deep synth theme. Otherwise, it has the opening theme of the movie.
Availability: The normal version has debuted on the home media/digital version of Justice League, replacing the RatPac logo in its theatrical release. Two first films to use the logo (albeit a variant) is The 15:17 To Paris and Game Night, while the normal version also appears on Ready Player One, and made its final appearance on Zack Snyder's Justice League.