Closing Logo Group



During these years, there are no variations for Disney's logo.

1990-2006 (Original 6-flag Version)[]

A Goofy Movie (1995): The logo fades out, but the blue background stays intact. Then, the opening titles play over the background. The camera pans down as part of the opening.

That Darn Cat! (1997): Cats meow to the melody of the logo's fanfare.

Meet the Deedles (1998): It moves into an underwater scene.

I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998): Christmas lights appear and flash constantly all over the curved line as soon as it gets drawn.

Tarzan (1999): As the flash of light forms the "Walt Disney" text, the background turns into a CGI jungle.

Inspector Gadget (1999) and Inspector Gadget 2 (2003, DTV): It is mechanized and the white curved line is replaced by a gear. Then, the castle dismantles itself. On the first movie, it segues into the opening credits. On the second movie, the 1985 fanfare is used, along with different sound effects when the castle is dismantled, plus it zooms out.

My Favorite Martian (1999): It slowly fades into Mars. Also, it freezes for several seconds before the curved line gets drawn.

Fantasia 2000 (2000):
  • Opening: Same as the Tarzan variant, but the background turns into space.
  • Closing: The arc fades into the background. It was also seen at the end of The Emperor's New Groove, albeit a short version is used with the closing theme.

Recess: School's Out (2001): The flash that forms the "Walt Disney" signature expands where Gus, Mikey, Gretchen, Spinelli, Vince, and TJ appear on the castle after the flash and play the tune on kazoos while it plays.

The Country Bears (2002): The logo plays as is usually does, but once it's finished, it appears on a wood background. A fire spark goes all the way to the bottom right.

Snow Dogs (2002): After the curved line draws, it turns icy and starts to snow.

Lilo & Stitch (2002):

  • The logo is on a black background, and the flash that draws the curve line is now green with a "Pulsing" sound effect. It is then stolen by a UFO beam.
  • On "Stitch's Trial", the original opening from the film's home media release, the logo is grayscaled, and the alien language text fades in and keeps switching between them before it switches to English. After the rest animates as usual, it fades into the opening shot.

George of the Jungle 2 (2003, DTV): After it is formed, George swings around the screen and hits the castle, causing it to fall over.

The Haunted Mansion (2003): The castle turns into a mansion while dark clouds cover the text.

Lorenzo (2004): It is made up of colorful neon signs. Also, it is animated the way neon signs are. The arc is syncly animated with the male conductor. One of the segments of the arc flickers with the conductor counts.

Home on the Range (2004):

  • Opening: The almost-formed logo is branded onto a piece of leather. Then the arc fires in and then burns up to opening shot.
  • Closing: It fades in on the brown background used for the credits, and there are background sounds of the saloon piano accompanied with someone leaving the saloon.

Chicken Little (2005): A woodcraft style Cinderella Castle floats in a clear blue sky. The text drifts in beneath it, and a shooting star inscribes an arc above the castle.

The Shaggy Dog (2006): After the Original 6-flag Version castle forms, it turns into a doghouse (and the shape turn into the 7-flag Version), with the top segments as the roof and the bottom segments as the doorway. Then, the white flash reveals the 3D text with "PICTURES" in ITC Lubalin Graph Bold typeface, which stays intact.

2000-2006 (7-flag Version)[]

Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001):
  • Opening: The lights from the water ripples reflect on a rusted-steel wall, revealing the already-formed logo. The spark of light arcs within the curved line. The camera zooms slightly forward.
  • Closing: Nearly the same as the opening variant, but it is already formed and the background is well-lit (signifying Atlantis' restoration to former glory), yet the camera still zooms slightly forward.

Cinderella II: Dreams Come True (2002, DTV): We start with the background. Then, at the bottom, a four-pointed dust rises up, splits and explodes like fireworks revealing a part of the 7-flag Disney castle. The last first rises up and explodes revealing the whole castle. Then, the "Walt Disney" signature then writes itself, while the rest of the logo plays normally. The text & arc then fades out, and the castle dissolves into Cinderella's castle for the opening shot.

Return to Never Land (2002): The entire logo is part of the prologue. As the curved line animates, pixie dust falls from it. A yellow glowing ball (representing Tinker Bell) is drawing the curved line and then flies around and into the gate revealing the cloudy texture in the background. Then, it zooms out to the left and is revealed to be on a cloud. The camera then pans around as the logo suddenly disappears as the movie begins.

The Jungle Book 2 (2003): It is superimposed in front of a piece of cloth behind a blue light as the logo fully animates and weaves the bit until it fades and the color changes.

Stitch! The Movie (2003, DTV): When the arc forms, the background fades to space, causing the castle & text to TV static out.

Piglet's Big Movie (2003): It animates as normal (with the introduction of the opening song playing over it), but the arc is pink (Due to the color of (Hence the title) Piglet) instead of white.

101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure (2003, DTV): Dogs bark to the melody of the logo's fanfare.

Teacher's Pet (2004): It is animated in the same style of the movie. After it's formed, it zooms it to the end of the arc, which fades to a wishing star. This animation was designed by Gary Baseman.

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (2004, DTV): It is white with a hint of red over a red Christmas ornament on a Christmas tree in the same style of the movie.

Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch has a Glitch (2005, DTV): It encounters a glitch, just like a computer would do. Also, the castle segments go backwards at the beginning, starting from the bottom segment of the castle appearing and more segments appear one-by-one until the top segment appears and then, the top segment flashes like a neuralyzer.

Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005): It animates as normal. Then, the castle dissolves into cloud formation, and the background & the words fades to the cloudy sky atmosphere. The camera pans down to start the feature.

Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005): The logo animates as normal, then has a circular iris transition effect into the opening credits.

Tarzan II (2005, DTV): Exactly like on Tarzan, but the logo uses 2000's 7-flag version instead, and the jungle is more detailed and different.

Brother Bear II (2006, DTV): The 7-flag logo plays, but after the arc is drawn, we see birds fly out from the end of the arc, then we fade to the film's opening shot.

Bambi II (2006, DTV): It is white and superimposed in the mist. Then after it forms, the mist covers it up.

Leroy & Stitch (2006, DTV): When the arc forms, the background fades to space, just like in Stitch! The Movie. After that, the logo goes into hyperdrive.

2000-2006 (Flashlight Version)[]

Freaky Friday (2003): It animates as normal, then fades into an aged parchment page, transitioning into the film's opening titles sequence.

The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003):
  • Opening: The castle zooms in rapidly by segments, followed by letters coming (one after one) from the left. Then the logo begins to flash blue and red, like police lights. The curved line drawing is blue, and after the logo is done, it disappears, and the logo itself moves to the right.
  • Closing: Same as the opening variant, but it is already formed with the flashing blue and red lights removed, and after the curved line is formed, it fades out.

Ice Princess (2005): The "flashlight" logo is tinted blue with ice particles coming out of the curved line.

Sky High (2005): The "flashlight" logo fades into a silhouette of the Disney castle as seen in the skyline.

The Wild (2006): In the darkness, the particle makes its usual way above the castle while in voice-over Samson the lion is about to tell his son Ryan a story. Suddenly, as Ryan tells Samson he already heard his story a billion times it stops and rushes back. Then as the conversation repeats, it tries again, makes 2/3 of the distance, and rushes back again. Next time, the conversation occurs again and the particle is being drawn back by a hand. For the fourth time, the particle (and thus, Samson) finally succeeds, and the logo turns into the sun. The text is in 3-D, made of stone, and has some acacia trees surrounding the castle.



The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006): When it fully forms, the camera zooms out to reveal a snow globe surrounding it that Santa holds. He then shakes the snow globe, which causes snow to surround the castle, transitioning to the start of the movie. Also, when the snow globe appears, the music has been slightly slowed down.

Enchanted (2007): The sparkles that surround the text disappear as the last note of the music hits. Then, as the opening music starts, the camera zooms forward past the text to the castle into a room in the top middle of it.

Presto (2008) and Pixar Animation Studios Short Films (First Version): We see the castle on a red textured background as an homage to the old Disney cartoons. It reads "Walt Disney Pictures Presents" underneath, with the "Walt Disney" text taken from the Walt Disney Animation Studios logo.

Bedtime Stories (2008): When the music ends, the entire animation stops and the sparkles disappear, then it turns into a pop-up book.

Beverly Hills Chihuahua (2008): When the music ends, the logo turns into a diamond shape and moves into the opening title.

High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008): When the last five notes are playing, a light appears at the way of the glowing pinpoint, then it morphs into a lightbulb surging into the opening title sequence.

G-Force (2009): The train in the background makes a whistling sound which isn't present in other Disney movies.

Race to Witch Mountain (2009): The logo gets darkened when the text fades in and the castle turns into the mountain from the Witch Mountain films.

Tron: Legacy (2010): The logo is gradually formed by graphics like those found in the Grid.

Mars Needs Moms (2011): It animates as normal, but the sky turns red when the arc is drawn.

Prom (2011): It starts normally, but when the glowing pinpoint reaches the end, it suddenly turns into a photo tinted in yellow, then a pencil-drawn castle on a separate sheet of paper covers the original castle and the paper cut from the 1985-2006 logo with "Walt Disney" covered onto it. The music also turns into a rock version when it transforms.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011): The dark blue fog comes in from the left to fill the screen as the animation (which is tinted in dark blue) fades in at the camera panning down (you still see the glimpse of the stars as it fades in.) On the castle, the Jolly Roger flag is at the highest spire. The fireworks are in a white tint while sounds of firing cannons are heard. On the front river, two mermaids flip their tails before the text fades in as it zooms to position.


John Carter (2012): The entire logo (except for "DiSNEy") is tinted red (in accordance with the fact that the movie is set on Mars). Also seen at the end of the movie.

Frankenweenie (2012): The logo starts as usual, with a re-orchestrated version of the music by Danny Elfman. When the logo nears the end, lightning strikes, organ music occurs, and the logo turns into black and white. The moon is shown, there is some fog around the river in front of the castle, and a rainstorm occurs.

Paperman (2012 short, Closing): It is grayscaled just like the short, "Disney" is written in chalk, the castle is stylized like the short, and the curved line is drawn by a paper airplane.

Wreck-It Ralph (2012, Closing): It starts as usual, but it then glitches as errors appear with "RALPH" misspelled as "RALF". Then, it turns into a parody of the Pac-Man kill screen. The 1985-2006 logo is briefly seen, but with the "Disney" text. It ends with a arcade screen turn-off effect.

Oz the Great and Powerful (2013): It is grayscaled, in an art-deco style, in a 4:3 aspect ratio (Like the first minutes), and it is part of the opening credits. The logo starts with top of the sky (different to original logo) with animated stars, then it pans down to the cardboard castle light by the same side from the camera. Other elements (like the river and sky) are drawn on the ground and wall and "Disney" are connected with two sticks (which "Dis" connected under a left stick and "ney" connected under a right stick). While the glowing pinpoint appeared without passing the front of castle, the camera starts panning into the entrance of castle, and the "Disney" text opens like a gate.

Planes (2013): The "Disney" wordmark is in glass, colored in white, and zooms in (just like the 3D version). When it finishes, the sparkles around "Disney" disappears. Then, the aviation warning light appears on the highest spire of the castle. After one full rotation of light, the tallest spire has added a blinking red light and two planes fly past the logo towards the screen, cutting into the opening shot.

Get a Horse! (2013, Closing): It is grayscaled and filmed in 70mm, with "Disney" written in an older-looking signature font with an underline. Clarabelle Cow is seen leaping over the castle and leaves behind the trail of pixie dust.

Maleficent (2014): It starts as normal with the usual kingdom, while the camera angles up a bit at the very beginning before it pans down to the kingdom, but the castle is replaced with King Stefan's castle (with the textures from the 2006 castle and the usual crest on the flag), and the front side is entirely different. Also, the fireworks becomes bigger and with different sparkles. "Disney" is three-dimensional and in silver with sparkles around it. It then changes into daytime, as the narrator starts the story while the camera starts zooming past the word and through the castle to reveal the kingdom which in the movie and the horizontal line of the original logo becomes the Kingdom of the Moors.

Feast (2014 short, Closing): It is decorated on a plate, and the man (from the preceding short) squirts ketchup onto the plate, creating the arc over the castle.

Into the Woods (2014): Sounds accompany this variation. It fades from black (similar to the On Stranger's Tides variant, but without the fog). It is darkened and the fireworks are absent. The glowing pinpoint fades in, moving as usual, arcs over the castle becoming the moon and the sparkles disappeared early. The camera backs up to some leafless trees, hence the title of the film as "Disney" without the sparkles fades in. At the end of the movie, the logo is darkened again.

Frozen Fever (2015 short, Closing): One of the tiny snowmen (from the preceding short) is standing on the right, and leaps over the castle from right to left, leaving a trail in the shape of the usual arc.

Cinderella (2015): In the last few seconds as "Disney" is zooming in, the entire logo transitions to daytime, with the castle's colors changing to ones that are very similar to those of the castle found at Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida, USA (Before its redesign in mid-2020). Then, the camera pans up to follow two blue birds to the opening.

Tomorrowland (2015): The castle is replaced with Tomorrowland's buildings and structures and the glowing pinpoint is replaced by an out of control flying machine. The "Disney" text is blue and three-dimensional and the river surrounding the castle's futuristic replacement is much bigger.

The Jungle Book (2016): The entire logo is recreated in traditional animation (the castle resembles the one found at Disneyland, Anaheim, California) and the music is rearranged by John Debney. "Disney" is in yellow and the drawing of the curved line over the castle is absent. When the word "Presents" (in the same style as the opening credits of the 1967 film) fades in under "Disney", the music segues into the movie's opening theme as it zooms out into a realistic jungle for the opening title as it darkens out.

At the end of the film, the normal closing logo plays, but the "Disney" text is not properly aligned with the castle.

Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016): After a few seconds when "Disney" fades in, the camera pans up away from the logo to the night sky.

Inner Workings (2016 short, Closing): The camera pans right from the end of the closing credits to the sunsetted beach rendition of the logo with the castle made out of sand. "Disney" in white fades in at the bottom as the last part of the short's song "California Loco" plays.

Beauty and the Beast (2017): The music begins a second before the logo begins. Like the Into the Woods variant, it fades in as the camera pans down. It is set in France, complete with the town of Villeneuve and The Prince's Castle (With the lights on meaning that the masquerade party begins on the following prologue), although the river has the usual shape. The sky is an extremely dark nighttime sky, and the fireworks explodes in a yellow tint. The glowing pinpoint is different and arcs as usual with a different trail. "Disney" fades in the same time as the front sparkles around it. When the music ends, the text & sparkles fades out and the camera pans back a little bit more to the bush of the red enchanted roses. The Enchantress' hand picks the middle rose up and she moves to one of the pedals of the rose transitioning into the prologue.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017): It is tinted dark blue, with storm clouds and real thunder added to the sky and the fireworks, glowing pinpoint and the front sparkles are all absent. The flag on the castle's top spire is replaced by the Jolly Roger flag, just like the logo's variant from the previous Pirates of the Caribbean movie. "Disney" in its Maleficent variant style fades in.

The Last Warrior (2017; Russia): The logo animates as usual but the front side and flag are different, with an entirely different entrance & the water is still. As the glowing pinpoint moves, the two-legged house leaps from the right side, jumps over the river and lands on the other side while making chicken noises. The house looks at us briefly before leaving out. The sparkles that surround "Disney" are absent.

A Wrinkle in Time (2018): The logo plays as usual. After the music ends, the logo suddernly reverse the color with a wormhole effect. Later, the background is the galaxy of stars which moves like a kaleidoscope with the top part of the castle in which the castle itself (which glows in blue) starts deforming. The front return to normal, but "Disney" is in copper orange and becomes same size of 16:9 logo, which fades in. After a couple seconds. the logo wormholes again then suddenly cuts to the film's opening shot.

Incredibles 2 (2018): The entire logo is reanimated in 2D and is in the style of the 60's, in a red/yellow scheme. The main star twinkles in, while the rest of the stars and the background fades in. The camera pans down to Metroville, the fictional city in the world of The Incredibles. The castle has the blinking light at its tallest spire and blink 14 times (referenced there are 14 years gap between first and second movies), while the fireworks are omitted. From the right side of the castle, the glowing pinpoint moves from behind and arcs over the castle. The yellow "Disney" text simply fades in without the sparkles. When it fades out, the castle's entrance shows the "2 Is" symbol (the film's official symbol), which also fades out shortly.

Christopher Robin (2018): The logo starts as usual, but when the camera goes around the castle, the kingdom fades to the aged paper background to blend with the prologue, as the castle & fireworks dissolves into traditional animation (styled after the book series illustrations of E.H. Shepard). The glowing pinpoint makes a different sound. The sparkles around "Disney" (in black) is absent, as the sparkles from above the castle transform into the twinkling stars, which disappears after a couple seconds. The logo fades out and was replaced with the in-credit as the camera zooms slightly forward. The book pages turn to cover up and the camera pans right to start the prologue sequence of the opening credits.

The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018): The logo's music rearranged by composer James Newton Howard and conducted by Gustavo Dudamel with pianist Lang Lang on the piano. The logo itself is darker, resembling the color scheme of the 2006-2011 logo. Also, the glowing pinpoint that draws the curved line is noticeably less visible and the "Disney" text is slightly brighter. When the music is finished, Drosselmeyer's owl comes in by swooping down from the sky above the left side of the castle. The "Disney" text with sparkles fades out, and the camera turns left to follow the owl into the snowy sunsetted setting of the Victorian-era London for the movie, establishing the opening shot.

Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018, Closing): The closing logo animates as usual, with the song "Never Gonna Give You Up" fading out and Ralph talking about over it. At the last second, it very abruptly cuts to the previous installment's closing logo variation as the screen turns off, albeit slightly different.

Mary Poppins Returns (2018): When the camera pans around the castle, various London landmarks can be seen. As the music ends, the camera backs up onto a road with lampposts, and several trees are on the grass.

Aladdin (2019): The 3D version of the 2011 logo plays as usual. When the last note plays, the light from the star at the left side of the castle brightens up to cover the entire logo and "Disney" becomes the shadow. When the light fades out, the castle becomes a big ship which has almost the same shape as the castle, and the "Disney" text shadow fades out.

The Lion King (2019): It is very similar to the 2016's The Jungle Book variant, but with a couple of changes. The music is complete without a transitional swerve, this time by Hans Zimmer, the camera stops near the end, and "Presents" is absent. In addition, a yellow-orange streak flies out of the castle's gate as the camera stops, and arcs over it when "Disney" fades in. (Note: This logo variant would be reused in all of Jon Favreau's Disney movies.)

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019): The 3D version of the 2011 logo is used. Once the logo is complete, the camera pans up to the right-top corner, transitioning into the opening scene.

Lady and the Tramp (2019, Disney+): The logo's music is rearranged in the movie's 1950's jazz music style, and the logo starts a few seconds after the music starts. When the glowing pinpoint almost ends, the entire logo becomes sepia-toned.

Noelle (2019, Disney+): The 3D version of the logo starts normally, but is slightly darkened. When the “Disney” text zooms in, it starts snowing. Also, the "Disney" text is slightly transparent. After the music ends, the “Disney” text and sparkles fade out, then the camera begins a reverse movement of the original logo, and Santa Claus' sleigh flies past the camera. After the camera moves across the flag on the highest spire, the entire kingdom changes to the North Pole, starting the movie.

The One and Only Ivan (2020, Disney+): The 2011 rendition of the 2006 logo plays normally, but after the music ends, it fades into a foggy glass window, with the castle as the texture on the window. After the onscreen text "Inspired by a true story" disappears, the window (with the castle's texture still on it) has been cleaned, segueing to the beginning of the film.

Mulan (2020): The logo starts normally, albeit with the smaller clouds in a blue-grey color instead of pink. Furthermore, after it pans down, the sky turns into dark blue with orange sunset glow, and drastically different background scenery that look like the farmlands seen in China. The castle has been changed to Enchanted Storybook Castle seen at Shanghai Disneyland and the wall on both sides has changed to The Great Wall of China. The flag on top of the castle is the same as the normal one, except it has a blue-white tint and is compressed more vertically than usual, but it stretches out while the camera pans down from the castle. The 'Disney' text is also in a bright copper orange color. The bird as seen in the film flies around and even draws the arc before fading out.

Once Upon a Snowman (2020 short, Closing, Disney+): The entire kingdom is covered by snow to mention that the story is taking the same timeline in Frozen (and all flags on the castle are omitted), and the "Disney" text is made of ice (using the primary version instead of the 2006 version from the standard logo). Olaf is skating across the snow, and says "skill!" (same quote from the short) before landing to the other side.

Flora & Ulysses (2021, Disney+): The logo starts normally, but when the glowing pinpoint almost reaches the end, the entire logo transforms into a style of a comic book (in which the castle has a glitch animation (a bit like the variants from Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch has a Glitch, Wreck-it Ralph and A Wrinkle in Time) before it transforms to comic style). Later, similar to the Alice Through the Looking Glass variant, the camera pans up away from the logo to the beginning of the film after a few seconds when "Disney" fades in with the sparkles appearing behind it. It is also worth noting that the logo's color palette (pre-variant) is nearly the same as the 2006-2011 logo.

Us Again (2021 short, closing): The logo is a neon sign which is turned off. Then, the castle, in blue, turns up; followed by the "Disney" text in fuchsia, and finally the arc, also in fuchsia, which is divided in three parts that turn on and off, giving the illusion that the arc is moving from right to left over the castle as usual. Additionally, the castle is similar to the one from the 1985 logo.

Cruella (2021): It is gray-scaled, and storm clouds cover the entire sky (similar to the PotC: Dead Men Tell No Tales variant, except all the stars cannot be seen too). After the camera pans down, a backdrop of 1960's London is seen behind the original kingdom (sans the ship on the river). The fireworks now use only one color instead of multiple colors, similar to the On Stranger Tides variant. Real thunder is added to the sky when the entire castle is almost seen. The 'Disney' text appears, tinted in ruby red.

Chinese releases of movies (2021-): Starting in 2021, in China, a special logo was created for Shanghai Disneyland's 5th anniversary. The Mulan variant was used, but with the normal background and scenery. The flag's coat of arms is replaced by the Shanghai Disney Resort's 5th anniversary logo, while the arc is drawing, text reading "Year of Magical Surprise" (Chinese: 奇妙连连 惊喜一整年) appears on top of the castle. This variant was first used in Luca and was even used as a variant on Jungle Cruise, which is described below.

Jungle Cruise (2021): The entire logo is enhanced. Notable changes include the lights of the castle being visible in the river's reflection, the clouds at the beginning shot removed, and the 'Disney' wordmark already there (just like the Oz the Great and Powerful variant). At the end, we pan down into the river, segueing into the movie's opening scene.

Cheaper By the Dozen (2022, Disney+): The logo fades into a hand-drawn version of the castle on a scrapbook.

Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers (2022; Disney+): The logo has a slight blue tint, the fireworks sounds are different, and the sparkling sound is added as the glowing pinpoint arcs over the castle. After the text fades in, the music abruptly cuts as a blue laser shoots at the left-back-half of the castle, transforming into Elsa's Ice Palace from the Frozen franchise. A pink laser shoots the right-front-half transforming into a part of the logo's Incredibles 2 variant. And, at the same time, a blue laser shoots the left-front-half of the castle and a pink laser shoots the right-back-half becoming parts of the palaces from Aladdin and The Little Mermaid, respectively, to depict the entire "bootlegging" plot of the movie. The wordmark shines in pink as it is being scanned.

Pinocchio (2022, Disney+): The logo cuts in from black as opposed to fading in from black, and is also slightly zoomed in. After the castle is fully shown, Jiminy Cricket floats down from the top of the screen and sings along with the rest of the logo's tune (which, coincidentally, originates from the original version of the film and is sung later on in this film). The glowing pinpoint that draws the curved line over the castle is less visible (much like the Nutcracker and the Four Realms variant) and the "Disney" text also fades in a little earlier. When the logo is complete, the camera pans down further as the logo crossfades into the village where the film is mainly set, segueing into the opening scene, all while Jiminy starts narrating.

Hocus Pocus 2 (2022, Disney+): The logo starts off normally, but the sky and castle are in a slightly different color. As the camera rotates around the castle, the entire logo and landscape change drastically as it gets darker. The moon also appears in the sky and the fireworks, arc and dust surrounding the text are all absent, similar to the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales variant. The music is also reorchestrated and segues into the opening theme after the first few bars, and the music is rearranged by John Debney. After the logo is complete, it pans down, seguing into the opening scene. If you look closely, a bell has been added to the highest spire of the castle.

Disenchanted (2022, Disney+): The logo starts off normally with the opening theme playing over it (although an excerpt of the logo's usual theme is played at one point). Near the end, two blue birds fly through the logo, similar to the variant from the 2015 remake of Cinderella, albeit this time from the left of the screen toward the castle instead of flying down from above. One of them then comes closer to the screen, transforming the entire castle into a CGI version of the Disney Renaissance art style. It takes place in daytime, and the castle is replaced by Andalasia's castle, although it shares a similar structure to the normal castle. The text is in purple, there are flowers in front of it, and the river is significantly larger. The music is also reorchestrated and rearranged by Alan Menken. Like the first film, the camera zooms in to the top-left corner, starting the film.


Rogue Not Like One (2023, Disney+): The logo is done in the art style of The Simpsons. After the camera zooms from the already-completed logo, the "Disney" and "100" texts are separate by the words "Self-Congratulatory", which stretches out and positions itself in-between the two text. After a few seconds, the text moves out of the way and a new castle structure, formed from various buildings from the series, quickly drops on top of the castle. The sky changes to the same as that of the series while also changing to broad daylight. A new text that reads "The Simpsons" (in the same style as the Disney text) also fades in as a chorus of characters from the show sings the show's title (which is very reminiscent to its theme song).

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023): The logo is shortened and the text is already formed.

Dashing Through the Snow (2023, Disney+): The logo plays normally, but once it is complete, it flickers and gains a movie projector-like effect before transitioning into the prologue.

Wish (2023): At the end of the movie, the logo is accompanied by a guitar version of the fanfare (part of the closing theme).