Closing Logo Group

Background: TSG Entertainment Finance, L.L.C. (Mainly known as TSG Entertainment, or standing for "The Seelig Group Entertainment") is a film production and financing entity that funds films. It was established in 2012 to replace Dune Entertainment as a result of a long term co-financing arrangement with 20th Century Fox and it operates out of Las Vegas, NV. Its first production was A Good Day to Die Hard, but no logo was used until later in 2013.

TSG Entertainment[]

(December 25, 2013-)[]

Nicknames: "The Bronze Man", "Odysseus from Homer's Odyssey"

Logo: We see a Bronze man (Odysseus) picking up a bow and arrow and shooting it through a row of tomahawks with the words " TSG ENTERTAINMENT" with entertainment above and in a smaller font and in a rectangle. 

Trivia: The logo makes reference to the challenge proposed by Penelope: she went to the suitors and told them that whoever could string Odysseus's bow and shoot an arrow through 12 axe-handles would marry her. The man uses its bow and shoots the arrow through the axes, so he could marry her.


  • On The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, an earlier version is used.
  • On The Greatest Showman, the later version is grayscaled in order to accommodate the opening titles. After the couple seconds of shining, it cuts out.
  • On Battle of the Sexes, TBA.
  • At the end of Alita: Battle Angel and at the beginning of Jojo Rabbit, it is already-formed.


Music/Sounds: The early version had the short fanfare with a swell. The later version had a majestic sounding fanfare with sounds.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • Sometimes, the opening theme/opening song starts/plays over it.
  • On X-Men: Days of Future Past, the whoosh turns into the opening sounds of the movie.
  • On Battle of the Sexes, a piano theme is heard.

Availability: Current. First appeared on The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and can also be seen on such films as Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and The Greatest Showman.

TSG Entertainment II[]

(July 15, 2022-)[]

Logo: TBA


Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: Current. This appears on TSG II films, mostly financed for Sony Pictures, beginning with Where the Crawdads Sing.