Hollywood Pictures was founded on February 1, 1989. It was established after the success of Disney's first mature audience film division, Touchstone Pictures.
The logo premiered with Arachnophobia on July 18, 1990, only back then, it was an early version. The "Home Video" variant was first seen in 1991, which later became "Home Entertainment" in 2002 on DVD releases of Hollywood Pictures' films. After 2001, the company became dormant, and was re-activated 5 years later, in 2006. However, only three movies were shown in theaters during this one-year revival.
Some notable films that use this logo are Super Mario Bros. (1993) and G.I. Jane (1997).