â€œ2012 was a transformative year that reflected 13 years of patient and disciplined growth, and our new logo reflects the limitless opportunities we see in our future,â€ said Lionsgate Chief Executive Officer Jon Feltheimer, who introduced the new logo at CinemaCon.Â â€œThe breadth and excitement of the film slate that we previewed today reflects our continued momentum and is just one example of our emergence as a global content leader.â€
The logo was designed by the companyâ€™s chief marketing officer Tim Palen.
The studio grossed $1.24 billion domestically, which included the blockbuster hits from â€œThe Hunger Gamesâ€ and â€œTwilight.â€
For the rest of 2013, the company unveiled a strong lineup during its presentation including â€œThe Hunger Games: Catching Fire,â€ â€œEnderâ€™s Game,â€ â€œNow You See Me,â€ â€œRed 2,â€ â€œTyler Perryâ€™s A Madea Christmas,â€ â€œLet Me Explain,â€ and â€œYouâ€™re Next.â€
Last year, Lionsgate acquired Summit Entertainment and will be releasing a new TV show called â€œOrange is the New Blackâ€ for Netflix.
Check out the logo and logo video below: