Bumper: On a black background, many triangular shapes of different sizes rotate and slide in. The camera pans over them as they settle into a backwards, segmented "N", with the negative space being occupied by corresponding shapes. The camera then pans up to reveal the logo again, but in gold and facing forwards. Below it is "NATIONAL AMUSEMENTS" stacked while "FEATURE PRESENTATION" fades in below.
FX/SFX: The shapes sliding in, the camera panning.
Music/Sounds: A proud synth fanfare.
Availability: Extinct in theaters.
Scare Factor: Minimal
Bumper: On a black background, we see a light flashing into the center, which takes place at the blue/orange space warp background with two white dots, the dots start appearing by one. Then it goes really faster like a crescendo, and it rotates to the right, with the blur lines, it forms the big N, The word "NATIONAL AMUSEMENTS" appears, and then the word "FEATURE PRESENTATION" fades in below. The logo shines with blur lines, and it fades out.
FX/SFX: Very nice CGI and animation.
Music/Sounds: The train-like noise, as the light flashes, The projector sfx, the piano plays loudly as the dots appearing, the adventure theme plays, when the logo appears.
Availability: Common, The ident first surfaced on a bootleg copy of Step Up 2: The Streets online, recorded from a camcorder in presumably an NA-owned theater.
Scare Factor: Low to medium.