Look Who's Talking Too (1990)
Normal logo, but the Pegasus is voiced by Bruce Willis imitating Mr. Ed. When the horse first appears, there is a neigh, then "Whoa, Wilbur, here I go! (Laughs) I'm running pretty good now, and I'm going to take a jump," and when the Pegasus grows its wings and flies over the "T", "and oh, I got wings and I'm flying, oh Wilbur!" and when the logo forms, "Tri-Star Pictures: Where anything can happen."
Another You (1991)
The 1984 logo plays, but, when the Pegasus starts growing his wings, Richard Pryor says "Easy boy, steady! Wait!" and when the stars form into the T, Richard Pryor then goes "Whoa, ******* wings! Whats going on?!" and when the Pegasus jumps over the word Tri, there's a crashing sound, then Richard says "******* white horse!". On Bounce TV and ThisTV Airings, Richard says "Wait!" instead of "******* wings!" and at the end, he says "Damn white horse!" instead of "******* white horse! On DTV Airings It Says "Freaking White Horse!". On Movies!, it mutes out the 2 instances of swearing.
The logo's byline is outlined in purple. Also, the clouds and the bright light that forms the Pegasus are a bit slim.
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (2001)
When the light appears, it turns grayscaled.
Lords of Dogtown (2005)
The text "LOCALS ONLY" sprays-paints in when the Pegasus appears.
Cadillac Records (2008)
The theme's timing is off and logo is seen in an extra tint of blue.
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2019)
The Sony "ding" is replaced with xylophone chimes. The 1993 logo is used to blend with the setting of November 1998, as the 1998 version of the theme is arranged with xylophone chimes, using the style and tone of the original show's music.
Money Monster (2016)
The logo is darker than usual.