The Robe (1953): The opening credits is superimposed in front of the red curtain. The normal logo fades in and out at their usual points.
Young Frankenstein (1974): A grayscaled version is used, in accordance with the film's colors.
Johnny Dangerously (1984): It plays as normal, but when the music is ending, instead of fading to black, it freezes and fades into colorful shapes that represents the logo. The first part of the opening credits took place, before it fades to the rest of them.
Edward Scissorhands (1990): The spotlight animation goes as normal while the logo is tinted in steel blue, and the snow is falling over it with the structure is covered.
X-Men (2000), X2: X-Men United (2003), and X-Men: The Last Stand (2006): It plays as normal, but when fading to black the "X" in "FOX" flashes & dims out.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010): The 75 Years version plays as normal. After the music ended, the black outlines trace the "Celebrating 75 Years" portion as the background transitions into paper and animated spotlights draws in. The outlines is wiggling throughout. The camera pans down to the almost-drawn 20th Century Fox structure & byline which the lines draw in to complete them. The camera then zooms out to reveal that the variation is on a tearred up piece of loose-leaf paper at the front of the red "DIARY" on the wooden floor. The cover opens up to reveal the first page as the underlined "September" writes in the center. As it writes, Rodrick whispers "Greg." and the latter groans. The page flips to the first shot of the prologue.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (2011): It plays as normal, but as the byline fades in the black outlines trace the entire animated logo. As the music ends, it serves into the opening theme. Then, the camera pans down to reveal the bottom part of the structure and nighttime stars as the skating dome draws in and transforms into the first shot of the prologue.
The Maze Runner (2014): As the last note of the music hits, the bylineless version cuts to black.
Fant4stic (2015): The bylineless version plays as normal, but when it fades to black the light gives the "F" in "FOX" a bit more before dimming out.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017): The bylineness version plays as normal, but during the music's hanging note paper cutouts move in to make it animated. After the music ended, the opening theme starts as the camera pans down as paper cutouts creates the exterior of Corny's Family Resturant and transforms into the first shot of the prologue.
The Greatest Showman (2017): The classic 20th Century Fox Cinemascope-era logo animates as usual, accompanied by the abridged version of the 1998 version of the 1997 music. Just like The Maze Runner variant, it cuts to black as the last note hits. But, the music then serges into the movie's opening song "The Greatest Show", as the grayscaled version of the variant of the Bridge of Spies international release is shown, but slightly faster and cuts out at the end.
Condorito: The Movie (2018): A red feather flies through the logo. At the end of the logo, a shadow of Condorito appears, who picks the feather and puts it in his tail. He walks away as the logo fades out.