Thanks to the incredible tutorials by Andrew Kramer of Video Co-Pilot, I was able to make the concrete crumble effect that comprises the first half of this logo animation. Produced in Adobe After Effects CS6, this animation is pretty cool and also has a tongue-in-cheek humor regarding the explosions and special FX so often present in movies. The background time lapse scene at the end is from Stock Footage for Free and the audio effects are from freesound.org. Becuase it is hard to preview audio in After Effects, even when you scrub your timeline holding down the CTRL key, an easier way to compose your audio is to render-out you AE animation, then drop that file into a video editing program (I use Premiere CS6) and assemble the audio there. Then export the audio as a WAV file (or whatever format you choose) and drop it back into your AE project as a single file on one layer.