The movie firm will offer purchasers of its Blu-ray discs, a free digital version of the film, which will run on Android-based devices. It can be downloaded onto a PC from Fox's website and then transferred to the phone using a USB cable.
Twentieth Century Fox said the first Blu-ray disc to come with an Android-compatible download will be X-Men: First Class. It will be made available in the K, US, France and Germany.
"Given its strong growth as a mobile operating system, the support for Android is an important move for us because it further enhances Blu-ray discs as the best way to get your movies to all your screens," said Vincent Marcais, senior vice-president for marketing at Twentieth Century Fox International Home Entertainment.
The news comes just weeks after Google revealed it is launching a movie downloads service for Android in the US.