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Disney In The House: Wild Wild West

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Walt Becker
Produced by Audrey Wells
Stephen Swofford
Jeannine Roussel
Screenplay by Bob Tzudiker
Noni White
Story by Walt Becker
Bob Tzudiker
Noni White
Starring Sarah Silverman
Tom Hanks
Joan Cusack
Ginnifer Goodwin
Ed O'Neill
Kelsey Grammer
Kyle MacLachlan
Amy Adams
Alyvia Alyn Lind
Anthony LaPaglia
Music by Christophe Beck
Cinematography Emmanuel Lubezki
Edited by David Brenner
Mark W. Rosenbaum
Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Wonder
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios
Motion Pictures
Release date February 23, 2018
Running time 106 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $175 million
Box office $674 million

Disney In The House: Wild Wild West is a 2018 American computer-animated Western comedy film produced by Walt Disney Wonder Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. Directed by Walt Becker from a screenplay by Bob Tzudiker and Noni White, it is the sequel to Disney In The House: Christmas and the fourth installment in the Disney In The House Cinematic Universe. Sarah Silverman, Tom Hanks, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Ed O'Neill reprise their roles from the first three films, with Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Kyle MacLachlan, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Amy Adams, and Anthony LaPaglia joining the cast. It is set on the New Years Eve after the events of the previous film, in which Vanellope von Schweetz, Judy Hopps, Hank, and Woody join their new friends Jessie and Bullseye for a day inside a magical book about the Wild Wild West, where spread some fun throughout a Western town.

Disney In The House: Wild Wild West was released across the United States on February 23, 2018. This was the first film from Walt Disney Wonder Studios and the Disney In The House franchise to be rated PG by the MPAA. It was not as well-received as the first three films, receiving mixed reviews from critics, but was still a box office success, grossing over $674 million worldwide against a $175 million budget and becoming the highest-grossing film directed by Walt Becker and the highest-grossing Western comedy film of all time. A sequel, Disney In The House: Musical Melody, was released on May 11, 2018.


On the New Year's Eve after the events of the third filmVanellope von Schweetz, Judy Hopps, Hank, Sheriff Woody, and the gang head to the Disneyville Library. Woody tries to read a book but is ridiculed by the kids, because he has not met a cowgirl, saddening him. Later, Vanellope, Woody, Judy, and Hank meet a cowgirl named Jessie, and her horse, Bullseye. Jessie and Bullseye decide to take them to the Wild Wild West. Woody is stoked to have found a cowgirl, but since the Wild Wild West happened a long time ago, he refuses at first, but with urging from Vanellope, Judy, and Hank, he reluctantly accepts.

Jessie and Bullseye lead Woody, Vanellope, Judy, and Hank to a magic wooden box, where they receive a book about the Wild Wild West. Reluctantly, Woody wishes they could go there for just one day of fun and adventure, causing the book to transport the box containing Judy, Hank, Vanellope, Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye there. The group travels to the town of Western Oates meet the sherrif, Bulb Shandling, his daughter Kennedi Shandling, wife Janet Shandling, and the mayor, Stinky Pete the prospector, who give them a tour, although Stinky Pete rumors that Jessie spreads insanity, and suspects the "new guests" might be worse enough to endanger Western Oates.

A trail of fun across Western Oates spreads, with activities such as making chocolate chip cookies, attempting to rope a fence post to no avail, and holding a first-class cowpoke sing-along. During this time, Woody and Jessie grow closer. The group goes to the railroad museum, where a bandit named Krei Overkill breaks into the museum and kidnaps the Shandlings. Upset that the fun has practically led Krei to them, Stinky Pete accuses Vanellope, Judy, Hank, Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye of "spreading insanity" and exiles them from Western Oates. Jessie vows to save the Shandlings and prove herself as a hero, but after an argument with Woody that ends with him insulting her child-like nature, she parts ways with the gang, and she and Bullseye set out on their quest by themselves.

As Vanellope, Woody, Hank, and Judy prepare to return to Disneyville for the New Year's Eve party, Jessie and Bullseye approach Krei's hideout, where they find out that Stinky Pete was actually Krei's boss who posed as the mayor of Western Oates just to keep everything his way. They are discovered, and Jessie is captured and put with the Shandlings in a locomotive headed for a pit. Bullseye escapes and informs Woody. Regretting what he said during his and Jessie's argument, Woody, along with Vanellope, Judy, and Hank, sets out to save Jessie and the Shandlings, and they pursue the runaway locomotive. Stinky Pete steals the gold, destroys the bridge with dynamite, and gets away with Krei. While Woody frees Woody and the Shandlings, Vanellope applies the locomotive's brakes, and in seconds, the locomotive stops just in front of the destroyed bridge.

Vanellope, Woody, Jessie, Bullseye, Judy, Hank, and the Shandlings capture Stinky Pete and Krei and head back to Western Oates, where Jessie forces them to surrender, exposing Stinky Pete as the "insane" one. With the bad guys in jail, the Shandlings free, and the Wild Wild West saved, the townsfolk praise Vanellope, Judy, Hank, Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye for their heroism, with the Shandlings calling them "heroic and loyal heroes". Jessie and Bullseye decide to stay with Woody, Vanellope, Judy, and Hank, and they pull out the Wild Wild West book and wish to go back home, causing the magic box to bring them back to Disneyville. Back home, Vanellope, Judy, Hank, Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye return to the library in time for the New Year's Eve countdown. Vanellope, Judy, Woody, Hank, Jessie, and Bullseye share their Wild Wild West experiences with everyone as the new year begins.


  • Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz, a resident of Disneyville.
  • Tom Hanks as Woody, a resident of Disneyville and Vanellope's friend.
  • Joan Cusack as Jessie, a resident of Disneyville and a female cowpoke Woody falls in love with.
  • Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps, a resident of Disneyville and one of Vanellope's friends.
  • Ed O'Neill as Hank, a resident of Disneyville and one of Vanellope's friends.
  • Kelsey Grammer as Stinky Pete, a prospector and the mayor of the Wild Wild West who is later revealed to be Krei's boss.
  • Kyle MacLachlan as Bulb Shandling, a cowboy who is Kennedi's father, Janet's husband, Kropps' son, and the hero of the Wild Wild West.
  • Amy Adams as Janet Shandling, a cowgirl who is Bulb's wife, Kropps' daughter-in-law, and Kennedi's mother.
  • Alyvia Alyn Lind as Kennedi Shandling, Bulb and Janet's daughter.
  • Anthony LaPaglia as Krei Overkill, a bandit and Bulb's nemesis.
  • Michael J. Fox as Mr. Ziploc
  • Owen Laramore as Lawrence Broderick Pierce
  • Travis Oates as Piglet
  • Frank Welker as Iggy
  • Dominic Monaghan, Andy Dick, and Alan Cumming as the bandits who work for Krei.

Box office

In the United States, Disney In The House: Wild Wild West was released alongside Game Night and Annihilation, and was projected to gross $235--275 million in its opening weekend. Earning $294 million in its opening weekend, it grossed $337 million in the United States and Canada, and $337 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $658 million. It is the highest-grossing film of Walt Becker's career and the highest-grossing Western comedy film.

Critical response

Disney In The House: Wild Wild West received mixed reviews from critics. The film has a 44% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 233 reviews. The consensus reads, "Younger viewers will enjoy Disney In The House: Wild Wild West until the cows come home, but is story is overindulgent and its humor is tedious". Metacritic calculated a score of 51 out of 100 based on 50 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave it a grade of "A-" on an A+ to F scale. The cast's performances and Christophe Beck's musical score were praised, while criticism was aimed at the less-inspired plot, the characters' Wild Wild West designs, the unfunny humor, and the modern references.