10 captivating uses of typography in movies

The TV and film industry is spend a lot of time marketing new releases, utilising beautiful 3D art in movie wallpapers and creating show-stopping trailers, for example. But it's the opening credits of a new show that really gives audiences an insight in to its theme and style.

We've all sat through bland title sequences that seem never-ending. To counter act these boring displays, designers have been engaging viewers with interesting animation and typography for years. And here are some top examples of both...

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