Fox Atomic

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Descriptions by
Logoboy95 and EnormousRat

Captures by
Logoboy95 and EnormousRat

Editions by
V of Doom, Nathan B., Optimus Prime 2000, and Mario9000seven


Fox Atomic was a theatrical movie studio, a sub-division of 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios) and subsidiary of News Corporation (now The Walt Disney Company), that was established in 2006 to produce genre films, comics, and digital content targeting young adults, in an attempt to compete with Screen Gems and Dimension Films. Due to the poor performance of its films, in 2009, it was shut down with films in the pipeline transferred to other Fox labels.

(December 1, 2006-2008)

Nicknames: "FA", "Gold FA"

Logo: On a black background, we see a gold metal "F" casting a shadowy gold "A" under it. Below is the text:


in white. A few seconds later, searchlights fade into the "X" in "FOX". The logo is shown with old film effects.

Technique: The old film effects.

Music/Sounds: Music from any given soundtrack.

Availability: It was seen on 28 Weeks Later and The Hills Have Eyes 2, plus there are custom variants seen here. On some Fox Atomic releases, the current 20th Century Fox logo is shown playing as normal, followed by this logo. On their final releases in 2009, however, only the 20th Century Fox logo is shown.

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