All movies have credits rolling at the end of the film. But some, many really, tend to have two sets of them. By that, I mean the first set tends to be very animated, and at the mid point, switch into a plainer, static set. Often it's just white text on black background at that point.
My question is, which movie started this trend? What is the first instance of a movie not using just a plain "white-on-black" text scroll for the entire credits?
For example, Jupiter Ascending (2015):
First Closing credits starts with beautiful background showing main crew members worked for movie.
Then this black & white closing credits comes.
Edit: Since My question is closed, I am trying to open by adding more details to it.
The blockbuster 300 (2006) did the same. The First Set of closing credits of with more animation works & effects:
After completing set I, then Set II closing credits starts with a plain, normal background (I mean no effects when compared to Set I).