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The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Movie (2012): The 1994 logo plays as usual, but we see Bart tying Seymour's cut head into a searchlight.

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Livingstone Park: The Motion Picture (1989): The 1977 logo from High Anxiety plays, but the searchlights are blue and animated differently and the music is the 1982 extended fanfare.

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Frank and Frankie (1991): The 1981 extended logo plays with the 1977 re-recording of the 1954 fanfare.

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Bunnicula: The Movie (1984): The sky and the searchlights are brighter than usual, and the structure is noticeably yellower. Also, the logo fades out to white at the end. Warner Bros. edited out this variation after they took over the rights to this film following their 1986 acquisition of Bilsonessy Productions and plastered by either the 1984 or 1999 Warner Bros. Pictures logos or the 1993 or 1999 Warner Bros. Family Entertainment logos, but it is intact on the original CBS-Fox Video VHS release.

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Kirby's BIG Adventure (2016): Exactly the same as the What A Way To Go!variant, but afterwards before the logo fades, Kirby appears from the "0", and waves.



Super Smash Bros. - Super Smashniverse (2023): The 2013 version of the 2009 logo plays, but the animation and design of the logo is more video game polygon-ish complete with phosphors and blurriness to give it the the feel of a Nintendo 64 game being displayed on a CRT television (similar to the comic book design in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse). The logo then starts to glitch (like the Columbia logo from the aforementioned film), revealing sections of the 1935, 1953, 1981, and 1994 logos, the old print logos and artistic and 8-bit versions of the tower. The tower, Ferrari and the cop car from The Cannonball Run variant as well as Schroeder from The Peanuts Movie variant, Ralph Wiggum from The Simpsons Movie variant and Alvin, Simon, and Theodore from Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel teaser trailer variant can be seen as the logo glitches.

Mariofan88'right|link= Sanic X The Movie (2008): The 20th Century Fox structure is the same. However, in a few seconds, Sanic is in the 0 and paints the News Corporation byline red and then a robot chases Sanic in the end.

On the 1st trailer for this film, the logo is framed on a billboard.


On the 2nd trailer, the 20th Century Fox and Paramount logos are printed onto postage stamps.


On TV spots of the film, the logo is shown on an old TV.

Deluge (2010): The 2010 75th Anniversary logo plays, but we later zoom down, where a tsunami engulfs and destroys the structure.






 Only on the trailers and TV spots.


Volcano 2 (2010): The 2010 75th Anniversary logo plays, but when it forms, we zoom back down to the structure, but a volcano is behind it. Soon, the volcano erupts, causing the structure to get run down by lava. Don de Patche (2011): The 1994 logo from True Lies plays, but it looks more live-action. Also, the word "CENTURY" appears to be in the Century Gothic font and is a little stretched.

The Hard Travel (2004): The 1994 logo is tinted in green.

Goodnight Moon (2009): The 1994 logo is in the same style as the book. Also, various objects, such as a pyramid-like object, a deformed printer, a sailboat toy, a block, a toaster, a battery, and a green book cover parts of the structure and the News Corporation byline is on a blue sign and the registered trademark symbol is excluded.

The Master Bait (1978): The 1953 logo is light blue and when the fanfare is almost over, five fishes fall into the logo. A Day at the Carnival (August 2, 2002): A recreation of the 1935 logo is used. Also, the News Corporation byline and the Registered trademark symbol "®" are seen, three parts of the logo are colored black, and the cut-short version of the 1997 fanfare plays.

Holiday Movie (2010): The 2010 75th Anniversary logo is in style of a retro video game.


On the 1st theatrical trailer, the logo is the same as in the 3D version of Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, but with Christmas lights decorated on the tower and the trees surrounding it. The trees also have stars on them.

On the 2nd theatrical trailer, the 1994 20th Century Fox logo and 1993 Regency logos are printed on red and green Christmas bulbs hung on a Christmas tree. Also seen on the 1st TV spot.

On the 2nd TV spot, the 1994 20th Century Fox logo has "Seasons Greetings from" written above it in a red Laser font.

A Night at the Opera Palace (2004): Basically a combination of the Moulin Rouge and Down with Love variants.

Honeymoon in Hawaii (1992): A recreation of the 1953 "slanted zero" logo is used with Hawaiian mountains in the background. Also, some parts of the logo are black.

On the trailer, the 1953 "slanted zero" logo is on an orange background.

Lion Chase (1999): The 1994 logo is red.

Attack of the Purple Blobs (2003): Basically a combination of the Down with Love and Alien³ variants. A Series of Unfortunate Richard Scarry Events: Bad Luck (2011): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays normally, but when the byline appears, it turns gold.

On one trailer for this film, the 2010 logo is tinted tawny and is in stone and the word "FOX" is replaced with "ROB" and it is nighttime instead of daytime.

On another trailer, the logo is tinted orchid and static shocked and the searchlights are crimson. Also put on a spaaaaaace background.

Tidal Waves (1978): The 1953 logo is dark blue. The Revenge of Tidal Waves (June 7, 1996): After the 1994 fanfare finishes, the logo stays on-screen for an extra ten seconds. Cooler Straws (1992): The 1981 logo is zoomed out too further than usual.

Airport Madness (1991): The 1981 logo is tinted in indigo. The Barrel (2000): The 1994 logo is brown.

On the trailer for this film, a barrel replaces the "0" in "20th".

The Barrel 2 (2010): The 2010 75th Anniversary logo plays normally, but on the second half, the logo turns brown. On the trailer for this film, it is the same as The Barrel trailer variant, but only the difference is the 2010 75th Anniversary logo. Ralphie & the Chipmunks (2011): This variant is a combination of The Simpsons Movie and Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel teaser trailer variants.

Kang & Kodos (2008): The 1994 logo plays as normal, but when it finishes, Kang and Kodos invade the tower.

Come On, Richard! (2003): 

Backdraft (2012): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays, but when it forms, it turns into stone. Also, the logo breaks by wind.

Pop Music (1980): The 1953 logo plays with the two girls from the music video for Pop Muzik by M sitting on the stage. Instead of the regular fanfare, the beginning part of M's single Pop Muzik plays.

Elvis! (1987): A recreation of the High Anxiety variation of the 1953 logo plays, but with the 1980s extended fanfare. Dragon Quest Monsters: The First Movie (2009): The 1994 logo plays, but when it gets done, a dracky flies from the "0" and sucks the life out of the tower.

The Thiefs (2010): The 2010 75th Anniversary logo plays in reverse. On the trailers, the word "Fox" is replaced with "Thief". On TV spots, is exactly the same as the Marmaduke variant. Boyz R Us (2008): Basically a combination of the Down with Love and High Anxiety variations. Also, the background is black, the structure is red and orange, and the searchlights are cyan.


The Land of Chocolate (1992): The 1981 logo takes place in the Land of Chocolate from The Simpsons.

Flying Lessons (2004): Normal logo plays but "CENTURY" has been replaced by "FLYING".

Moe's Cranny (2010): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays, but it turns green at the end.

On one trailer, the word "FOX" is replaced with "MOE".

How to Reach the Top (1978): The 1953 "slanted zero" logo plays, but four birds fly around the structure at the end.

Wow Wow Wubbzy: The Movie (2013): The 2010 logo is on a TV screen. Seen on all trailers and TV spots.

Bird Catch (2015): The 2010 logo is same as the Underwater variant, but a  bird comes up and the fanfare abruptly crashes as the bird knocks down the logo.

Fanning the Flames (September 29, 2000): A recreation of the 1981 logo is used, but the News Corporation byline, the registered trademark symbol, and the 1980 fanfare from The Empire Strikes Back are included and a woodpecker pecks on the "h" in "th".

A Grand Affair (1988): The 1981 logo is seen, but it is in the style of a 1980s NES video game and we hear an 8-bit version of the extended fanfare (this theme actually appears on the first track of the film's soundtrack which is titled "20th Century Fox Theme").

The Haunted House (2007): Basically a combination of the Down with Love, High Anxiety, and The Day After Tomorrow variants Also, there are bats hanging upside-down on the structure.

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The Breakaway-Ness (1978): When the fanfare finishes, the logo explodes to the opening scene.

Tales Of A One (1983): The logo has a maroon tint.

Carolina (1986): The logo is superimposed onto a blue flannel.

On trailers, The logo is in the shade of blue.

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Feels (1988): The logo was zoomed in, and it cuts to black instead of fading at the end.

The Year Before Rift (1991): The logo was seen on outer space background. Mars can be seen at the background.

His Name is Bruce (1993): The 1937 logo is used.

Dr Dre: The Chronic Movie (1997): The 1981 logo is used, but a bit darker and the fanfare uses the same as White Men Can't Jump variant.

On trailers, the logo was placed onto a vinyl record.

On TV spots, the logo is darker.

The Rift-Raft (2003): The logo was tinted dark blue.

Rift (2013): The logo is in black and white.

2028 (2014): The logo takes place in future 2028, including more LA buildings built. Plus, the Hollywood sign lights up neon.

On trailers, the structure lights up neon.

On TV spots, it's the same as the last trailer, but it's in the shade of hot-pink.

The World That Never Sleeps (2015): The 1994 logo is used, except the byline was removed.

Finest Dreams (2017): The logo is tinted in dreamy purple.

Grand Trial (2017): In the middle of animation, the sun from the background goes down to night time, lighting up the buildings.

Rift II (2018): TBA

The 1975: Online Relationships (2019): "TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME" by The 1975 was heard instead of the fanfare, which segues to the opening scene.

On trailers: It takes place in London, England instead of Los Angeles, California.

On TV spots: The logo is colored in The 1975's album "A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships" dots.

Living in Germany (2020): The 1981 logo is used, except "FOX" is replaced with "STUDIOS".

Workspace (2021): The 1953 logo is used, except "FOX" is replaced by "STUDIOS".

Rising Hell (2021): The logo is tinted in hellish red, the fanfare is played on an ominous horn, and the logo cuts to the opening sequence when the fanfare finishes.

Futurama: The Movie (2021): The structure was changed to read "30th Century Studios", and it took place in the 31st century, with more buildings and cars in the background.

Tyler The Creator: Call Me If You Get Lost (2021): Similar to Aloha variant, except the "FOX" is replaced with "STUDIOS".

lukesams Storm War (2014): Basically a combination of the Down with LoveHigh AnxietyThe Day After Tomorrow, and Live Free or Die Hard variants. The logo is moved to the left and also encounters a (HUGE!) glitch, just like a computer would do. Also, the registered trademark symbol is included, the logo has an old film look, the scene is warped, and battleships and warplanes are fighting around the structure. There are even some human fights on the structure, and some bombs set fire to it.

Quartz (2003): A recreation of the 1994 logo is seen, but it is in a fashionable look with the shining.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Ugly Truth (2014): The current logo turns into a pop-up book at the end and the page flips, segueing into a pop-up version of the Walden Media logo. Follow that Train (June 1988): The 1935 logo is seen, but it has been colorized. This colorization was done by Colorization, Inc.

Earthquakes in Detroit (April 28, 2000): The 1981 logo plays, but the News Corporation byline is seen, the clouds are replaced with a black background, and after four seconds, a color noise effect turns the logo black and white.

Underwater (2013)Big in Japan (2011)The Golden Lake (2011) and The PC (2010): The 2010 logo resembles a model made in Blender 3D. Also, the registered trademark symbol R appears to be in an Arial font and it's next to the structure, but the byline appears to be in a .

Down with Love (2003, 10th Anniversary re-release from 2013): The 1994 logo is used, but it has an old film look and closely resembles a project made in Blender 3D. Also, the logo animates like the 1953 logo, the registered trademark symbol appears to be small, the News Corporation byline is not centered right, and the searchlights are brighter than usual.

Windy Days (1993): The logo is a combination of the Down with Love and High Anxiety variants, but a wind tears the structure apart and as it does so, the fanfare abruptly crashes.

Jail Break (January 21, 1994): The logo is exactly like in High Anxiety, but the logo is in black and white, the structure is grey, and the clouds are stormy.

29th Street (1991, 20th Anniversary re-release from 2011): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays, but the searchlights are green.

Cat Chase (1997): Basically a combination of the Down with LoveHigh Anxiety, and Cannonball Run variants, but the News Corporation byline and the first half of the 1994 fanfare are included.

Underground (1991): The extended version of the 1981 logo is used, but the sky is replaced with a black background. One Butterfly Flew Over the Mosquito's Nest (1990): The logo is exactly like in High Anxiety, but a cartoon mosquito flies out of the "0" in "20th" and onto the stage at the end. The Iron Robot (1993): The 1981 logo is more High-Tech than usual.

Avenge (2012): The 1994 logo is used, but it is gradually formed by graphics like those found in the Grid (as seen in Tron). Holiday Movie 2 (2012): The Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs variant is used, but there are red and green christmas lights on the structure and trees. The Tower of Dr. Peacock (2013): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays, but it is made out of stone material. The Uncommon Cold (December 17, 1999): The 1994 logo is seen, but the 1980s extended fanfare is used. Confessions (2004): The 1994 logo animates as usual, but the searchlights are red and the structure has checkerboard patterns. No Exit (January 2013): The 1981 logo is used, but the structure is blue, the searchlights and background are sky blue, the News Corporation byline is engraved on the structure, the entire logo is glowing, and the structure is zoomed in so that the top of the "0" in "20th" isn't seen (this is possibly an error in using the logo in the wrong aspect ratio). Also, the 1997 fanfare is used.

Keep It Like a Secret (2006): The 1981 logo is used, but the structure is green and the sky is grey. Also, the News Corporation byline is engraved on the structure and the 1997 fanfare is used. Garvey's Ghost (1983): The logo is exactly like in Turbo Diesel, but when the fanfare finishes, the background turns red, and after two seconds, the entire structure fades away.

Julia (1977, 20th Anniversary Re-Release from 1997): A recreation of the 1994 logo plays, but the structure is light blue, the sky is blue, and the clouds are white.

Lost in Los Angeles (1989): Exactly like in Turbo Diesel, but the Los Angeles skyline is behind the logo. Jungle Fever (1981): Exactly like in High Anxiety, but the logo takes place in a tropical island. A Circle of Deception (2001): A recreation of the 1994 logo is used, but the structure is grey, the searchlights are yellow, and the logo takes place in the afternoon.

Another Grand Affair (1992): The 1981 logo is seen as usual, but it is stretched horizontally. Also, the logo is in black and white and it is in the style of a Game Boy video game.

Sabine the Teenage B**** (1998): The 1994 logo is seen, but the searchlights are orange, the News Corporation byline, and the registered trademark symbol are white.

Mad Monsters: The Movie (1998): The 1994 logo is used, but the structure is green, the News Corporation byline, and the registered trademark symbol are purple.

Mirror Mirror (2003): The 1994 logo is used, but the News Corporation byline and registered trademark symbol are light blue. Also, the background is very stormy.

The Brotherhood (2009): The 1994 logo is used, but it takes place in the morning. Kiko (1997): The 1994 logo is in black and white. Images and Words (1993): The 1981 logo is used, but the background is red and the structure is brown. Bummer Vacation (2011): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays, but the logo takes place underwater. Also, the 1994 fanfare is used. On the 1st trailer for the film, the logo is in front of Columbus, Ohio. On the 2nd trailer for the film, the logo is tinted blue. On the 3rd trailer for the film, the 1981 logo is used, but with the News Corporation byline. TV spots have "FUN" in place of "FOX". Sympathy for the Dragon (2002): The 1994 logo is used, but when the fanfare finishes, a purple dragon appears and burns up the logo. On the trailer for the film, the 1994 logo is made out of bricks. TV spots have "DRAGON" in place of "FOX". Unplugged (2003): The 1994 logo is used, but when the fanfare finishes, the logo starts to shake. Then, the structure collapses. Storm War 2 (2015): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays, but it is cerulean, a thunderstorm is happening, and the scene is flooding. You can also see the boat fights, plane fights, and human fights from the first movie, the boats and planes surrounding the structure and accidentally set fire to the structure with bombs and the human fights on the structure. Also, the 1994 fanfare is used and abruptly crashes at the end, as an unseen crash takes out one of the searchlights. A rally racer comes round the stage and parks inside the 'zero'. A police cat races round, crashing into two more spotlights. The rally racer 'beeps' and laughs in the same laugh as it did in the Cannonball Run variant.

Swagger (January 20, 2012) and Swagger 2 (2015): The 1994 logo is used, but it is metallic gold and takes place in New York City instead of Los Angeles.

Blur (2013): The 2010 logo used in Avatar plays, but the stage is purple and the News Corporation byline is removed.

Lovebeat (August 2013): The 1953 logo is used, but the News Corporation byline is engraved on the structure. Also, the logo is zoomed in and is stretched horizontally.

Bill's Epic Adventure (2014): The 1994 logo is used, but it is darker and the logo takes place in the night time.

More Noise and Other Disturbances (2008): The 1994 logo plays as usual, but there are fourteen searchlights in the logo.

The End of the World (1979, 20th Anniversary re-release from 1999): The 1994 logo animates as usual, but the sky is dark red and when the fanfare finishes, the logo gets covered with darkness. Then, the logo collapses one-by-one.

Poetic Justice (July 18, 1997): The 1981 logo is used with the News Corporation byline below, but the word "20th" is red, the word "CENTURY" is white", and the word "FOX" is blue.

C.A.P.I.C.O.L.L.A. (August 15, 2001): The 1935 logo is used, but the sky is blue-red-yellow gradient, the structure is brown and yellow, and the searchlights are light blue. Also, the News Corporation byline and the registered trademark symbol are added into the logo.

High Anxiety 2 (September 29, 2010): The logo is a combination of The Worst Movie Ever and Turbo Diesel variants. Egg Beats (2005): The 1994 logo plays, but when it finishes, an egg falls on the "t" in "th". On the trailer, the 1981 logo is used, but an egg replaces the "0" in "20". What's That Sound? (November 24, 1999): The 1994 logo animates as usual, but it is in black and white. Also, it is raining and the 1997 fanfare is replaced with raining and lightning sounds. This film is one of the few 20th Century Fox films that don't use the trademark fanfare at all. We Are Men (1987): Exactly like in High Anxiety, but there a CGI men standing on the stage. Brawl in the Blooms (1990): The 1981 logo plays, but Noel Bloom Jr. (from Just for Kids VHS tapes) walks in from the left and describes the logo throughout. Roborally (2013): The 2009 logo is metallic and takes place inside a warehouse. Also, the structure resembles a factory with robots surrounding it. Ickis vs. Vicky (1996): The 1994 logo plays, but Ickis rushes to the logo. Suddenly, Vicky walks in and Ickis uses a flashlight to make Vicky scream and run away. A Taste of the Orient (October 1994): The 1994 logo plays, but the sky is white and the structure is red. Also, the 1954 CinemaScope fanfare is used. Cat Catastrophies (June 7, 1991): Exactly like in Cannonball Run, but the sky is red. Also, the 1935 fanfare from the 1935 logo is used and is interrupted by winding down instead. The P-Head Takes Over Entertainment (July 28, 2000): A recreation of the 1981 logo is used, but the searchlights move like the 1953 logo and the word "FOX" reads "PBS". Also seen on all trailers and TV spots.

Baby Cakes (Summer 1987): The 1981 logo plays, but the structure is pink, the searchlights are light blue, and the sky is purple. Rocky the Rabbit in The Quest for the Three Magic Stones (1999): The 1994 logo is cerulean blue. Also, like in the TV spots and trailers for X-Men, the logo is made out of metal as if water flowed along a window. Also, the opening theme of the movie is heard instead of the fanfare and when the logo forms, drops of water come swirling in from the top of the logo and wet the structure.

The Ball from Outer Spaaaaaace (October 2007): Exactly like in Rocky the Rabbit in The Quest for the Three Magic Stones, but when water wets the structure, a yellow ball flies in and knocks down the word "20th" and as it does so, a thunderstorm and a downpour strike the logo, like in The Day After Tomorrow.

Evil Robots Strike Back! (2004): The 1994 logo plays, but when the fanfare finishes, a searchlight grows arms and legs and jumps to the stage. It then uses a lightsaber to slice the word "20th" in half. Then, the searchlight jumps three times to the front of the logo and uses a lightsaber again to slice the logo in half, seguing into the start of the movie. Mallomartians (August 10, 2001): The 1953 logo is used with the News Corporation byline and the 1980s extended fanfare, but when the fanfare finishes, a marshmallow-shaped UFO flies in and abducts the entire logo. Skunkist (April 2, 2004): The 1981 logo is used with the News Corporation byline, but the words "20th CENTURY FOX", the byline, a few parts of the structure, and the searchlights flash different colors.

A Series of Uneventful Misfortunes (February 2012): The 1981 logo is used, but the searchlights are white and the logo is on an off-center morning sky background. Also, the logo is zoomed out further than usual and the logo doesn't extend to the bottom of the screen, making it look like the structure is floating.

The Evil Robotic Dishes from Outer Spaaaaaace (June 1982):The color version of the 1935 logo is used, but it is extended and the 1980s extended fanfare plays over the 1935 logo. After the end credits, the color version of the 1935 logo is seen again, but with no music.

4Kids TV: The Movie (December 31, 2008): Exactly like in Down with Love, but the logo is rainbow-colored and it is on a dark yellow background. Also, the 1954 CinemaScope fanfare is used.


JordanBlake Spy vs. Spy (2009): The logo is a cartoon just like the Spy vs. Spy comic strips.







Fanboy and Chum Chum Adventure (Astonishing Fanboy and Chum Chum) (2010, International version): Basically a combination of the 1981-1994 logo and the 2010 75th Anniversary logo. The  logo follows afterward.


In trailers and TV spots, the searchlights are light violet.

Nathan B. Warriors 4 (2010): The 2010 75th Anniversary logo plays, but you can see cats fighting on the structure. One falls off, causing the searchlight that's right infront of the "20th Century Fox" and "News Corporation" text to have blood all over it due to the cat bleeding, causing the main part of the structure look blood red and splatters blood all over the logo. The "75" is made out of blood that came from the cats that were injured and killed while fighting on the structure. A lightning bolt hits the structure below when the logo is finished, causing blood to spew everywhere, including the camera. Three seconds later, the blood slides off the camera, segueing us into the opening credits.

On the teaser trailer for the film, a kittypet is relaxing on top of a computer with the TCF logo as the computer's desktop BG.


Angry Birds: The Movie (2014): The 75 Years logo plays as normal, but pigs are scattered all over the tower. A couple seconds after it starts, the farthest left search light turns into a slingshot, and a sardine treat is thrown from the slingshot at the tower. Then, the Mighty Eagle crashes into the tower, leaving the Rovio logo. When we pan up, instead of "Celebrating 75 Years", it says "Celebrating 5 Years of Angry Birds".

In the teaser trailer, "2", "CENTURY", and "FOX" are replaced by the Rovio logo, "ANGRY", and "BIRDS", respectively.

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The Chronicles of Meap (2011): 1994 logo plays, but then, Mitch, from the episode freezes the logo.

Angry Birds (2011):The 1994 logo plays, but there are 8 pigs scattered around the structure. A red bird appears from the left and attempts to destroy the structure,. Instead, it breaks of part of the 2 in 20th! During that, a pig falls and gets 5000 points. The other pigs laugh like in the level failed sequence. In the 1st trailer, "PIG" replaces "FOX". In the second trailer, the black bird replaces the 0 and and we go up into the king pig's balloons, like in the chapter "Danger Above".

Angry Birds 2: Into Spaaaaaace (2012):2009 logo is in spaaaaaace.

Weegee: The Movie (2008):Weegee slides down to the logo, then pixelates away, and turns the logo into a Weegee. GoAnimate watermarks are there for unknown reasons. This is seen on the trailer with the Cinar logo after the variant.

Angry Birds Rio (March 22, 2011):The 1994 logo has the 1953 music, then the red bird flies out of the logo and the Rovio logo can be seen. NOTE: I added this from the game trailer by Rovio, and yes this is real.

offcampusstudent1993 Beyond the Valley of the Dolls: The 40th Anniversary Edition (1970/2010 Release): The shortened 1994 logo plays, but plays with the 1935 music.

Lurkerbunny Meg Griffin: The Untold Story (2012): The 2010 movie logo is tinted pink in the trailers. The film itself starts with a redrawn, cartoony version of the 1980s logo, which Meg sneaks next to with a sledgehammer. She hits the word "FOX" and a layer of it crumbles away, turning it into her name, so it reads "20th CENTURY MEG". The whole logo starts to crack, so Meg screams and ducks out of the way before it falls apart completely. Sarcastic clapping is heard from offscreen, as well as taunts from Peter and Stewie. Peter: Oh, nice going, Meg. Stewie: Yeah, you didn't see me *beep*ing up the beginning of my movie like that.

TV spots have the 1994 logo used but "FOX" is replaced by "MEG".


JustinSchick1991 Once Upon A Forest (1993, special edition from 2001): The 1994 logo plays, but the searchlights are yellow and the logo takes place in a forest instead of Los Angeles.

Once Upon A Forest 2 (1996): The 1994 logo plays, but the logo takes place in a forest instead of Los Angeles. Once Upon A Forest 3 (2002): The 1994 logo is made of wood. Once Upon A Forest 4 (2011): The 2009 logo takes place in a forest instead of Los Angeles. Punch The Clown (2003): The 1994 logo plays, but a giant clown punches the structure after the fanfare is finished.

ShyGuysToyBox: An Adventure In The Film (2012): At the end, the film gets stuck in the projector, the film catches on fire and melts, it starts the opening credits.





Totaldramacale The Life of William: The Movie (2012): A saxophone rendition of the theme plays along with the drums. Then at the end of the logo, William and Daniel fly past it in a biplane, with William screaming "YEE-HAW!" As they pass the screen, the Summit Entertainment logo starts.

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Mutts (2016): The 2009 logo is used, but Earl and Mooch pop out of the 0 during the second part of the fanfare. Mooch yells "Yesh! Woohoo!" and Earl waves, turns to Mooch and says "Stop yelling Mooch, the movie's starting!". Mooch says "Foo." as the logo fades out. On the trailer, Mooch falls out of the 0 and lands with a thud. Bip and Bop appear in the 0 and Bip throws a nut at Mooch, then says "It's a logo y'know! It only happens once!".

A Boy Named Charlie Brown(1969) (proposed): The logo is like in High Anxiety, but Snoopy falls off the top of the 0 yelping as the trumpet part of the fanfare starts. Charlie Brown walks onto the screen and says "Good Grief!", and we fade into the film.


ShyGuysToyBox Stranger Danger with Harold The Dog (1984): The 1981 logo plays, but it takes place in the woods. The structure also slightly looks like a stuffed toy. Time Travel (2013): The logo is off-center and shown on vintage television sets.


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Astro Gone Crazy (2010) The 2010 Logo was used but near the beginning, Astro starts to push the 20 off. Seen on the opening and the trailers.


Attack of the Growing Blocks (1982) The 1981 logo starts of normally but in the middle, the Block is starting to grow.


On The Trailer, It skips on the bit where the Block was growing.


Random Movie (2000) The 1982 Logo was used but instead, it just says Movie but after a few seconds, the word Random fall down on top of the line above the word Movie. On the trailer, the normal Fox logo was used.



Aliens: Reunion (2007) The logo plays as normal but then, an green light appears and 20th gets sucked up by the green light. Also seen on trailers.



Mistakes Can Happen (2010) The logo plays as normal but when the 75 comes, it suddenly falls down. Also seen on Trailers


Ball of Death (1990)The 1953 logo was used but it was remade with CGI, it starts off normal but after around 5 seconds, the ball bashes the 20, causing it to fly off and serge into the opening credits.

Mist (2005)

The logo is surrounded by mist.

BrightTimes (2000)

The logo looks more realistic than usual and it's bylineless.

Destructo, Destroyer of Earth (2002)

The logo collapses until it goes into rubble, when the logo finishes, it pans out, serge into the opening credits.

On the trailers, while the logo collapses, it's goes to the panning animation.

Blobs (1996)

The blobs are moving over the logo and when the logo is finished forming, the blobs move away.

The Spinners (2005)

Halfway throughout the logo, the "20" spins up until it disappears.

Speed Demons (1988) Like the "Ball of Death", the 1953 logo is computer generated, but the zero is not here until 8 seconds later, a man is driving

the zero, crashing into the two, causing the stickman to fall and forming the logo.

Powercut (2011)

The logo starts as normal but when the logo is nearly formed, everything went out, causing the 20th to fall down.

It Fell (1998)

The logo starts as normal but when it reaches halfway throughout the logo, the "20" falls down, hence, the title name it

fell.

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Red Bird Run (2013)

A recreation of the 1953 logo is used with the cut short 1994 fanfare and News Corporation byline, and the tower is a shade of maroon.

On all trailers and TV spots, Red Bird is launched right out of the 0 in 20th.


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Brody's World: The Movie (1994)

The logo appears in the night time. also the searchlights are brighter than usual.

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My Little Pony: The Movie (2017):

The 1981 logo is used. But the tower says "20% COOLER FOX" (A reference to the line "It needs to be 20% cooler" used by Rainbow Dash in an early episode of the show). There are also six searchlights instead of five and the lights are colored purple, orange, yellow, pink, light blue, and white. Which are the Mane 6's coat colors.



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AdaMario's Movie (2016)


"20th Century Fox" is replaced by "AdaMario Films". in the extras in the DVD, It shows how the logo said "AdaMario Films".

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Sleeping At Work (2005)

After the 1994 logo is done, the camera pans down to the city and then zooms in on a building.

Century is replaced with Brodie


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The Pivot Movie (2008): Normal on the actual film, but on all trailers and TV spots, the entire logo is recreated in the style of the movie, a print logo is used but has added bars, the searchlights are less realistic and the News Corporation byline is in Times New Roman

The Great Duke of Owls (2002): Exactly the same as The Day After Tomorrow variant

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Extra Large (2009): The logo plays normal, but when it reaches the middle, a foot steps behind the structure, and then most of the logo gets broken from a earthquake.

Super Guy (2015): The music is a rock verision of the fanfare, the background is blue, the city is New LOL, and when the logo ends we zoom up into the opening credits.

The Giant Project (2017): The logo is in the style of a glitchy VHS tape, and at the end it cuts to the opening scene.

Hammer Kid (2006): The logo plays normally, but at the end the kid from the Windows ME commercial comes up and breaks the logo with his hammer, plus the music when he is shown is

the same music from the part in the Windows ME commercial when he is shown.

Duo Cats (2015):The logo is in warp speed and tinted in red, while YellowHead is talking about the logos, mispronouncing "20th Century Fox" in the process.

Hammer Kid 2 (2015):Same as Hammer Kid, but the current logo is used and there is no byline.

Paint the Town Red (2003): The logo plays normally, but a few seconds into a logo a laser comes through and turns the text red, and the music becomes robotic.

Paint the Town Red 2: Second Blood (2007): Same as Paint the Town Red, but towards the end the logo encounters a glitch, just like a computer would do.

Paint the Town Red: The Threequel (2012): Same as Paint the Town Red 2, but it uses the 2010 logo.

The Kitten Brothers (2005): The logo plays as normal, but Mike jumps around the logo, exploring the structure and the searchlights, and when the byline appears, he jumps onto the part of the logo near the byline.

John Sawdoff: Monster Hunter (2019): The byline-less 2010 logo plays normally, but a thunderstorm is happening throughout the logo and the structure is grey, including the text and searchlights.

Whitman: A Life Well Lived (2006): The fanfare is pitched down by -2.

The OS-tans Movie (2004): The logo plays but the city is Tokyo, then all the lights turn off, then ME-tan comes into the logo and says "Uh... who turned the lights off?" then 2k-tan says "It was OSX-tan who turned all the lights off" then XP-tan says "Actually, she made a powercut" then all the Windows-tans screams and "Fox" is replaced by "Windows" in the logo"

Jacob Mick:

The Aquabats! Super Movie (JMA, 2014): The 1994 Logo is Used, and It Plays a Rock Cover of The Fanfare instead of the usual one.

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