The Robe (1953): The animated logo is superimposed onto a red curtain, where the following opening credits takes place.

Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1957): Tony Randall appears onscreen during the logo and, using a trumpet, a snare, and a bass, plays along to the fanfare.

What a Way to Go! (1964): The logo is tinted in raspberry pink, corresponding to Gene Kelly's character in the film. Also, the "0" is slightly tilted.

Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (1965): The opening shows a vaudeville-era curtain with a piano playing. As the drums start, the curtain lifts to show the black & white 1935 logo. The fanfare is played by the piano and an off-kilter trumpet.

Young Frankenstein (1974): A grayscaled version is used, in accordance with the film's colors.

At Long Last Love (1975): Again, the 1935 logo is used, but it seems to be vaguely flashing through different colors.

Silent Movie (1976): The logo is a painted onto a billboard, which is seen after a very short cold opening scene, but the letter "O" seems to be coming out at the audience, and from it comes a red screen and the opening credits begin.

All This and World War II (1976): Following a series of old 1940s Fox press video clips of various stars and executives supporting the studio and film, the 1935 logo tinted in blue appears for only a second, then fades out to show the word "PRESENTS" in white on a black background. Also, the opening drum roll of the fanfare segues into the opening music of the film.

The Cannonball Run (1981): The logo begins as usual, but then a searchlight is taken out, causing the music to wind down to a stop. Police sirens and car engines are then heard. Another searchlight is taken out, and an animated Ferrari colored red appears. It makes itself into the "0" while the cop takes out the last three searchlights. Unexpectedly, the police car crashes into the searchlight on the right. The Ferrari comes out of the "0", honks, and laughs in a Burt Reynolds fashion. Sadly, this logo is usually edited out of television airings. The 1953 logo also looks a little different than its original design (most likely because this variation was designed by Hal Needham, the director of the movie, and not Rocky Longo).

Johnny Dangerously (1984): When the fanfare finishes, the logo freezes and turns into a picture of colorful shapes that form the 1981 logo.

Edward Scissorhands (1990): Snow is falling on the 1981 logo. The structure is also covered with snow. Also, it's tinted in a steel blue color.

White Men Can't Jump (1992): The 1981 logo has the jazzy, hip-hop like rendition of the fanfare.

Volcano (1997): The Fox logo moves up until the screen is black and the credits start.

Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997): The logo gets swept away by water and the fanfare segues into the main title music (it is re-orchestrated for that purpose).

X-Men (2000), X2 (2003), and X-Men: The Last Stand (2006): On every X-Men film, the "X" in the Fox logo remains visible to the end although the rest of the logo has already faded out.

Moulin Rouge (2001): Footage of the Fox logo plays on screen in a concert hall behind draped red curtains. There is a conductor on stage directing a symphony playing the fanfare, which can be seen below the stage.

Planet of the Apes (2001): The background in the logo changes to outer space and the Fox structure slowly fades into the opening sequence. Also, the logo is shifted to the left.

Minority Report (2002): The 20th Century Fox logo takes place in underwater scenery.

Phone Booth (2003):The logo fades into a mist of clouds.

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003): The logo does its normal animation, but at the end it turns dark and the structure turns into some obscure buildings.

The Day After Tomorrow (2004): The logo turns lapis lazuli blue and a thunderstorm starts to appear in the background.

Elektra (2005): It is normal on US/Canada/Worldwide releases, but on a German release by Universum Film, the logo turns black and white as the sun flare appears.

Kingdom of Heaven (2005): The logo is tinted in dark yellow-ochre.

Fantastic Four (2005): When the logo finishes, The logo turns into red and it segues and fading to the 2002 Marvel logo while it turns to the Flipbook page (Almost the similar as The Punisher).

Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties (2006): The logo fades out from a red flag.

Live Free or Die Hard (aka Die Hard 4.0) (2007): After the logo is formed, the logo goes into static and the searchlights go out due to a power outage.

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007): Exactly like the first film, but the fanfare plays at the end while the logo turns into blue when the Flipbook Page appears.

The Simpsons Movie (2007): Ralph Wiggum sings along on the second half of the TCF fanfare. The logo then turns black & white as the camera pans up to the moon.

The Seeker: The Dark is Rising (2007): The logo plays normally until the end, when the logo turns selective yellow and a pair of swirls, representing the first sign, appear in the sky.

Krabat (2008): When the animation finishes, the logo turns stormy and several crows pass over. The 1994 fanfare is also used.

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009; 3-D version releases): The logo appears carved out of stone, with snow topping above it among a prehistoric backdrop, which is surrounded by snow-covered pine trees. A volcano pit replaces the "stage", and the front-most searchlight, front-least searchlight and rear searchlights are replaced with an assortment of smoke spewing geysers. The byline appears in a Times New Roman font in ivory.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010): The 75th Anniversary variant of the 2009 logo plays as usual, but when the logo finishes, it transforms into a paper sheet drawing. The word "CENTURY" appears to be shaded.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2011): The 2009 logo plays as normal, but then at the end turns into a paper sheet drawing, then pans down.

Prometheus (2012): The logo has a blue tint.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (2012): Exactly like on the trailer, but the full logo plays, and it pans down slower.

X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) and X-Men: Apocalypse (2016): Just like in X-Men, X2 and X-Men: The Last Stand, a part of the X-Men theme is heard at the end of the fanfare and just like the previous X-Men movies (with the exception of X-Men Origins: Wolverine and X-Men: First Class), only the X is visible at the end.

The Fault in Our Stars (2014): The logo is seen at nighttime and when the animation is complete, the camera pans up towards the starry night sky to start the movie.

Alien: Isolation (2014, Video Game): The 1981 logo is used and the shortened fanfare of the 1953 logo is heard. When the logo is finished, it flickers out like the TV.

Fantastic Four (2015): Just like in the studios' X-Men franchise, the "F" in "FOX" remains visible to the end, although the rest of the logo has already faded out.

Aloha (2015, International release): The 1953 logo is used.

Bridge of Spies (2015):*Domestic: It is speed up without the fanfare in sight.*International: It is sped up on the second half of the animation.

Joy (2015): The Fox Fanfare abruptly cuts into the background music.

The Peanuts Movie (2015): The 2009 logo is zoomed out further than usual, and the fanfare is accompanied by Schroeder on his piano, who is revealed to be placed in front of the structure as the logo finishes turning into its position.

A Cure for Wellness (2016): Same as in Gone Girl, just slightly darker.

Logan (2017): Exactly the same as Down with Love, but the logo is now in black and white. Appears only on the Noir edition.

Alien: Covenant (2017): Similar to Prometheus variant, The logo is in a shade of dark blue-gray.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017): As the fanfare ends, a paper drawing of the logo pops up from the bottom of the screen while a bunch of paper covering the sky falls from the top.
Then, as in the previous two films, it pans down.

War for the Planet of the Apes (2017): The fanfare is played in an ominous tribal manner.

The Greatest Showman (2017): Two versions of the logo are used. First, we see the 1953 logo with the shortened 1997 fanfare. Then, we see the 2009 logo in black and white and at double speed. The film's opening song is heard.

Alita: Battle Angel (2019): The logo plays as normal until the end, when two searchlights swoop across the screen, turning the structure into a dilapidated version in the future reading "26th CENTURY FOX".

Dark Phoenix (2019): Similar to the previous X-Men variants, except once the logo reaches its final position, the "X" in "FOX" turns a molten red. The "X" fades out after the rest of the logo does.

Terminator: Dark Fate (2019):*Domestic: The 2013 version of the 2009 logo has VHS buzz over it and it briefly flashes to the 1981 logo. It is also incorporated in the opening dialogue from Terminator 2: Judgement Day. This variant is also used on the Paramount Pictures logo for the international release.
  • International: The 2013 version of the 2009 logo plays as usual, but is slightly speed-up and filtered in VHS quality. It glitches to the 1981 logo that is in cyan for a moment before reverting back to its usual colors. Then it glitches more to the interview footage from Terminator 2: Judgement Day. This also applies to the following 3 logos (Skydance, Paramount Pictures and Tencent Pictures). It is also used on the Paramount Pictures logo for the domestic release.

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