|Directed by||Owen Laramore|
|Produced by||Owen Laramore|
|Screenplay by||Andrew J. Cohen|
|Story by||Owen Laramore|
Angela C. Santomero
Andrew J. Cohen
|Music by||Mark Mothersbaugh|
|Edited by||Claire Knight|
|Walt Disney Pictures|
|Distributed by||Walt Disney Studios|
|Release date||November 21, 2026|
|Running time||91 minutes|
|Box office||$1.521 billion|
Aliens is a 2026 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Olaramore04 Productions for Walt Disney Pictures. The thirteenth film produced by the studio, it serves as the overall third installment of the animated Disney In The House franchise and a prequel to 2021's Disney In The House, making this Olaramore04's second prequel. Directed by Owen Laramore and Ford Riley and produced by Laramore and Lori Forte from a screenplay by Andrew J. Cohen, the film features the voices of Laramore (in a multitude of voice roles), Cameron Richardson, Bradley Cooper, Angelina Jolie, James Marsden, Jim Hanks and Magda Szubanski.
Aliens was released theatrically in the United States on November 21, 2026. The film received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised the animation, comedic character aspects, and the performances of Richardson and Cooper, although some felt the title characters weren't able to carry the film on their own. The film grossed $1.5 billion worldwide, becoming Olaramore04's second film to earn $1 billion and breaking several box office records including becoming the highest-grossing film of 2026, the highest-grossing prequel, the second highest-grossing Olaramore04 film, and the fourth highest-grossing animated film of all time.
Aliens are green creatures who have existed since the dawn of time, evolving from green single-celled organisms into beings which only exist to serve history's most heroic masters. After several failures to find their master, the Aliens are driven into isolation and start a new life in a massive cave. After many years, the Aliens become depressed and unmotivated without a master to serve. To regain their dignity and sense of purpose, an Alien named Kenny decides to set out to find a new master and recruits two other Aliens named Steven and Bog.
In 1970, Kenny, Steven, and Bog journey to New York City, where they end up in a department store for the night, and accidentally discover a hidden commercial broadcast for heroes advertising Superhero-Con, a convention for all superheroes in Orlando, Florida. The three eventually hitchhike a ride with a family called the Gleesons and impress them with their heroic desires after the Gleesons, with help from the police, stop a group of criminals led by Li Lusinsky. At the convention, they see Savannah Overpower, a con artist who claims to be the greatest superhero of all time and unexpectedly hires the Aliens and takes them to her home in London.
Savannah explains her plans to join forces with Queen Elizabeth II and move into the kingdom and promises to reward the Aliens if they bring him Li, but kill them if they do not. Her husband, Hal, supplies them with inventions to aid in the search, but they are nearly caught when they break into Li's hideout, which leads to a chase that ends with Bog accidentally crashing into the Sword in the Stone and pulling it free to defend himself, becoming King Bog, but inadvertently removing Elizabeth from the throne. Since Savannah hated superheroes and was actually plotting to take over the world, Savannah harshly confronts the Aliens, so Bog abdicates the throne in her favor. Savannah later reveals her evil plot to Kenny, Steven, and Bog and imprisons them to be tortured by Hal, but they escape, intending to stop Savannah.
After making their way to Westminster Abbey, Kenny, Steven, and Bog interrupt the coronation by inadvertently dropping a chandelier on Savannah, who orders their execution having survived. Li and his crew chase the three during a thunderstorm. Steven and Bog are caught, but Kenny escapes. After a few hours of unsuccessfully searching for Bog and Steven, he finds his way into a pub where Elizabeth hangs out. He sees Savannah on a television, in which she tells him that she will kill Steven and Bog if Kenny does not show up by dawn. Realizing the danger his friends are in, Kenny rushes to rescue them. With Li and his crew still searching for him, Kenny sneaks into Savannah's castle and accidentally triggers a machine Hal was building, causing him to grow into a gigantic Alien. Kenny tramples through London, rescue his friends, and battles Savannah just as the other Aliens turn up in London. Outraged, Savannah tries to destroy them by firing a massive missile, and Kenny swallows it. Savannah and Hal attempt to escape with her rocket dress only for Kenny to hold on to it and get pulled into the sky. The missile finally explodes, apparently killing Kenny, Savannah, and Hal. As the Aliens mourn the loss of their leader, Kenny is suddenly revealed to have survived and shrunk back to his normal size.
The citizens of London and the Aliens praise Kenny for his bravery. Elizabeth gets her throne and crown back and rewards Bog with a tiny crown for his teddy bear, Steven with an electric guitar, and Kenny with a knighthood. Savannah and Hal are revealed to have also survived the explosion and steal the crown to get revenge, only to be intercepted by Vanellope von Schweetz. Vanellope returns the crown to Elizabeth II, and the bad guys are arrested. Vanellope immediately accepts the Aliens as her henchmen, and they happily follow her, having decided she is the real master they were looking for.
- Owen Laramore as:
- Kenny, Steven, Bog, and the Aliens, green creatures who have existed since the dawn of time and are looking for a hero to serve.
- A boy who is the narrator of the film.
- Buck Gleeson, Badge and Max's eldest child and Did and Ren's brother.
- The TV commercial announcer for the Super Hero Con.
- Cameron Richardson as Savannah Overpower, a superhero and con-artist who secretly has a hatred of superheroes and plots to take over the world.
- Bradley Cooper as Hal Overpower, Savannah's husband and accomplice. Colin Firth was supposed to voice the character, but had to drop out.
- Angelina Jolie as Badge Gleeson, Max's tough-as-nails and ambitious wife and the leader of the Gleesons.
- James Marsden as Max Gleeson, Badge's trustworthy husband and the co-leader of the Gleesons.
- Jim Hanks as Li Lusinsky, the leader of a group of criminals.
- Magda Szubanski as Elizabeth II, the queen of London.
- Tara Strong as Ren Gleeson, Badge and Max's daughter, and Did and Buck's sister.
- Sarah Silverman as Vanellope Von Schweetz, who becomes the Aliens' new master at the end of the film. Silverman reprises her role from the previous two films in the series.
Aliens opened on November 21, 2026 and grossed $300 million in its opening weekend. It has grossed $726 million in North America and $795 million internationally, for a worldwide total of $1.521 billion worldwide. Produced on a $145 million budget, the film broke several box office records including being the highest-grossing film of 2026, the highest-grossing prequel, the second highest-grossing Olaramore04 film, and the sixth highest-grossing animated film of all time.
Aliens received positive reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, 78% of 216 critics gave the film a positive review. The site's consensus reads, "Aliens has a few solid gags, comedic aspects, impressive animation, and an all-star voice cast featuring Cameron Richardson and Bradley Cooper, though it seldom lacks the power to let its titular green protagonists carry their own adventure alone". Metacritic, signed the film to a score of 70 out of 100 based on 39 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film a grade of "A+" on an A+ to F scale.