Background: In 2014, the best known WikiFoundry, formerly Wetpaint, sneaked into a company named WikiFoundry Movies to distribute films for TV and theatres. Their first release was Kirby: The Movie, which was the first film to be based on the Kirby series by HAL Labs and NIntendo.
Logo: On a blue background, we see some water below. Suddenly, some fishes jump out of the water and begin to dance as the background changes into a black screen with colourful spots moving around. We then zoom into their eyes, as we fade into a sunny sky background, with a house. A dog suddenly peeks out of nowhere and travels around the house, as we cut to the inside of the house. We then travel upstairs, as a small TV comes in and zooms further away, until it is no longer to be seen. Everything then folds into a apple. The inside opens and a chocolate bar that looks like a Butterfinger appears in the apple. We then zoom into the bar, as the inside of the bar has some ants traveling in a path. The ants then stop and screech as we zoom out of the bar, to reveal it is on a colourful background. A trolley then comes in and rides on the bar, as the bar is being broke with plenty of jam and milk coming out of it. We then cut into a scene where a man's feet is tapping on something, which is actually a bag of crisps. The crisps from the bag come out and turn into a sun. The man and bag then fold into a boat sailing on a road. Various cars come out and crash into the boat as water comes out of it. Then, we see a yellow background with a huge amount of people, such as a pony that looks like Derpy Hooves from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, walking on a hill with little trees. They then see a family which is a mom, dad, boy, baby, little girl and cat smiling. All of these stuff get filled by the word ''WikiFoundry'' on a black background. ''PRESENTS'' then fades in below and then the film begins.
FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: Everything. Great CGI for 2014, but this is the most longest logo ever made, with Canada's The ABM Group, Australia's PBV Distribution and Hendring Limited.
Availability: Brand new. So far, it was seen on Kirby: The Movie and Johnny Test Returns, the only films to be distributed by this company.
Scare Factor: None.