|Disney In The House: Easter Egg Hunt|
|Directed by||Karey Kirkpatrick|
|Produced by||Stephen Swofford|
|Screenplay by||John Whittington|
J. David Stern
David N. Weiss
|Story by||Karey Kirkpatrick|
J. David Stern
David N. Weiss
|Music by||John Debney|
|Edited by||Mark Everson|
|Walt Disney Pictures|
Walt Disney Wonder
|Distributed by||Walt Disney Studios|
|Release date||April 16, 2021|
|Running time||95 minutes|
|Box office||$339 million|
Disney In The House: Easter Egg Hunt is a 2021 American live-action/animated family film produced by Walt Disney Wonder Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It serves as the sequel to 2020's Disney In The House: World Animals and the tenth installment in the Disney In The House Cinematic Universe. Directed by Karey Kirkpatrick, it stars Sarah Silverman, Owen Laramore, Dakota Fanning (via archive recordings of her child voice), Ginnifer Goodwin, and Ed O'Neill reprising their roles from the previous films, with newcomers including Hugo Weaving, Justin Timberlake, Frances McDormand, Charlyne Yi, and Constance Wu. In the film, Vanellope von Schweetz and the gang go on the search for Easter Eggs hidden and scattered all over a village inhabited by purple rabbits, only for their chief to strictly declare "Spring Cleaning Day" instead of Easter.
Disney In The House: Easter Egg Hunt was released on April 16, 2021, simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ through Premiere Access, due to the negative impact on movie theaters caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The film received mixed reviews from critics, but, despite the pandemic, was a modest box office success, grossing $339 million worldwide against a $125 million budget. A sequel, Disney In The House: Oceans, was released on August 19, 2022.
- Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz, a resident of Disneyville.
- Hugo Weaving as Garlic, Rabbit Village's chief and Cotton's father who despises Easter and strictly declares Spring Cleaning Day instead.
- Justin Timberlake as Cotton, a teenaged purple rabbit who is Garlic's son and dreams of becoming the Easter Bunny.
- Frances McDormand as Ax, a noble but pompous duck who is the Easter Bunny.
- Owen Laramore as Lawrence Broderick Pierce, the mayor of Disneyville, Beth's brother, and one of Vanellope's friends.
- Dakota Fanning (via archival recordings of her child voice) as Bethany Hayden Pierce, Lawrence's sister and one of Vanellope's friends.
- Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps, a bunny who wears a police uniform and is one of Vanellope's friends.
- Ed O'Neill as Hank, an East Pacific red octopus who is a stuntman and one of Vanellope's friends.
- Charlyne Yi as Carrotcake, Rabbit Village's ribbon dancer and Cotton's love interest.
- Constance Wu as Wendy L. Wu, the owner of the Easter store who wears an Easter egg costume.
- E. G. Daily as Cal, Cotton's younger brother.
- Flula Borg as Flip, Ax's sidekick.
- Lilly Singh as Lal, Flip's partner and Ax's other sidekick.
- Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Big Duck, Ax's lawyer and bodyguard.
- Miriam Margolyes as Grape, Cotton's grandmother and Cotton's mother.
- Gabriel Iglesias as Fluff Hug Love, a rabbit in Rabbit Village who is fun-loving and likes warm hugs.
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Pic, Rabbit Village's chief of police.
In the United States and Canada, Disney In The House: Easter Egg Hunt was released alongside In the Earth, and was projected to gross $30 million in its opening weekend. The film grossed $158 million in North America and $181 million internationally, for a worldwide total of $339 million, against a $125 million production budget. It became the first family film of the pandemic to cross $100 million at the North American box office and the first family film since 2020's Sonic the Hedgehog to reach the $300 million mark.
Disney In The House: Easter Egg Hunt received mixed reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 41% approval rating based on reviews from 158 critics. The site's consensus reads, "Disney In The House: Easter Egg Hunt is a fantastic Easter celebration, but its narrative is indistinguishable and clichéd". On Metacritic, the film has a score of 51 out of 100 based on 34 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film a grade of "A-" on an A+ to F scale.