HBO Latin America Originals

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1st Logo (2014-)

Logo: As the screen flashes, we zoom out of an environment of neurons, located in between a wall of RGB pixels. We then see a close-up shot of a screen where a script is being typed out. The letters then pop up in different rotations as they disappear from the script. We then see a rough storyboard sketch of an action sequence (featuring a car smashing into a man). The scene later transitions into a realistic environment where the scene takes place inside a parking garage. As the camera zooms out, we later see that the scene is being supervised by a filming crew, complete with a boom mic, director and a camera operators. The scene then zooms out, along with numerous other frames of other HBO originals, forming the HBO logo. A slight reflection appears, and "LATIN AMERICA ORIGINALS" glitches in below the logo.

Technique: Computer animation.

Music/Sounds: An dramatic orchestral piece, with a four-note leitmotif based on the 1982 HBO movie opening repeating throughout.

Availability: Used as an opening to HBO Latin America originals, such as Sr. Ávila.

2nd Logo (2014-2018?)

Logo: We see the HBO logo, with text below reading "LATIN AMERICA ORIGINALS".

Variant: A later version introduced in 2015 has the logo with a slight gradient.

Technique: Computer animation.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: The original version is extinct, but the later variant was seen on Magnifica 70 and El hipnotizador.

3rd Logo (2016-)

Logo: Same as the 3rd HBO Entertainment logo, but "LATIN AMERICA ORIGINALS" appears instead.

Technique: Same as above.

Music/Sounds: Same as above.

Availability: Seen on PSI, and possibly other Latin American HBO original series.

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