Closing Logo Group

The Making of Jimmy Neutron (2001, TV Special): At the end of the special, to promote Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, the already-formed logo is shown next to Goddard (From the movie) at the bottom-right. He poses down and stares at the audience. John Debney's original score (Used as the closing credits music) plays over it and the following Paramount Television logo.

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001): A longer version of the previous variant. The Nickelodeon ball drops and bounces a bit before settling. A tiny orange ball bounces in from the left and places at the bottom-right of the Nickelodeon ball while Goddard (From the movie) jumps in from the left and stares at the logo. He barks and opens up a blaster. The blasters shoots at the top-right of the tiny orange ball revealing the "movies" ball with three electrons around it which is disappears shortly after the blasting. Goddard looks at the audience while he puts away the blaster and jumps, and does the same as the previous variant.

Clockstoppers (2002): The already-formed logo swings left and right like a pendulum from a grandfather clock. When the opening credits starts on the background, it swings away backwards to the top-left corner.

The Last Airbender (2010): It animates like the title sequence from the film's teaser trailer. It starts with the already-formed logo made of stone, which is covered with flaming fire (to represent the Earth and Fire nations), zooming and positioning itself on an orange background. Then, an air bending skill strikes the logo, putting out the fire as the background turns navy blue, with flaming embers in ivory.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016): The Nickelodeon text is dark and metallic and already formed on a dark background. The word "MOVIES" wipes in from left to right in bright green.

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015): As part of the opening shot, the logo rises up from the water. The "nickelodeon" is dirty & covered with seaweed, moss and starfish, and the "™" symbol is also dirty. The "MOVIES" is in orange. It zooms slightly forward in 3D and drops back down to the water.

Blue's Big City Adventure (2022, Paramount+): The logo plays normally, but after it finishes, a set of dark blue curtains close on it, leading into the opening credits.

A Really Loud House Halloween (2023): The logo starts off normally, but thunder strikes through it during the final note of the fanfare, causing the logo to turn black and white.