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Disney In The House 3
Directed by Daron Nefcy
Dominic Bisignano
Produced by Owen Laramore
Lori Forte
Screenplay by Mark Burton
Billy Frolick
Story by Owen Laramore
Daron Nefcy
Dominic Bisignano
Mark Burton
Billy Frollick
Starring Sarah Silverman
Ginnifer Goodwin
Ed O'Neill
Jillian Bell
Chloë Grace Moretz
Stephanie Beatriz
Justin Theroux
Joaquin Phoenix
Daniel Radcliffe
Music by Mark Mothersbaugh
Cinematography Andrew Jimenez
Edited by Kent Beyda
John Veznon
Julie Rogers
Production
companies
Walt Disney Pictures
Olaramore04
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios
Motion Pictures
Release date February 25, 2028
Running time 97 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $145 million
Box office $1.919 billion

Disney In The House 3 is a 2028 American computer-animated adventure musical comedy film produced by Olaramore04 for Walt Disney Pictures. The fifteenth film produced by the studio, it is the sequel to 2025's Disney In The House 2 and the overall fourth installment in the franchise following 2026's Aliens. It was directed by Daron Nefcy and Dominic Bisignano in their feature directorial debuts, and produced by Owen Laramore and Lori Forte from a screenplay by Mark Burton and Billy Frolick. Sarah Silverman, Ginnifer Goodwin, Ed O'Neill, Stephanie Beatriz, and Justin Theroux reprise their roles from the previous films, with Jillian Bell, Chloë Grace Moretz, Joaquin Phoenix, and Daniel Radcliffe voicing new characters. In the film, Vanellope von Schweetz attempts to rescue her friends from the Solar Kingdom, with help from a rugged adventurer who turns out to be a future version of herself.

Disney In The House 3 was released theatrically in the United States on February 25, 2028, as the first film in the series to be presented in the 2.40:1 aspect ratio. The film has grossed $1.9 billion worldwide, becoming the third Olaramore04 film to pass $1 billion and breaking several box office records including becoming the highest-grossing film of 2027, the highest-grossing Olaramore04 film, the highest-grossing Disney In The House film, the highest-grossing Walt Disney Pictures film, the highest-grossing G-rated film, the highest-grossing animated film, and the sixth highest-grossing film of all time. Like its predecessors, Disney In The House 3 received critical acclaim upon release, with praise for the performances, story, musical score, character development, humor, and animation. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

A sequel, Disney In The House 4, was released on May 24, 2030.

Plot

One month after the events of the second film, Vanellope von Schweetz and her friends Judy Hopps and Hank are living a good life in New York City. Judy worries because Vanellope is still working too hard as usual and needs to be more mature. They discover a discover a strange light, which is revealed to be coming from the spaceship of galactic avenger Red Mayhem, who kidnaps Judy, Hank, Molly Knight, and Zaku Gad, and takes them to the shape-shifting empress of the "Solar Kingdom", Queen Cyrus XI and her majordomo Strawberry, who intend to hold a wedding ceremony between Cyrus and Hank and make peace with Earth. Thinking Cyrus is evil and the wedding is a trap, Judy declines and insults Cyrus. Offended, Cyrus has Mayhem take Judy to a spa run by Cyrus' friend Mason the friendly vampire.

Meanwhile, Vanellope attempts to convince Woody and the Aliens to help her rescue her friends, but they refuse, believing Vanellope is not tough enough to do this, and disown her as their master. Vanellope builds a jet and pursues Mayhem solo, surviving the portal to the Solar Kingdom. Vanellope's jet is about to collide with an asteroid belt, but Vanellope is saved in time by Leslie Darkmatter, a rugged adventurer. Leslie agrees to help Vanellope, who starts adapting to Leslie's mannerisms in hopes of impressing Judy, who reunites with them after escape a catchy song she was subjected to to be made ready for the ceremony. Hank wins Cyrus' affections and agrees to marry her. Judy informs Vanellope and Leslie of Cyrus' plan. Vanellope devises a plan: while Judy will turn off the music seemingly brainwashing everyone, Vanellope will destroy the Wedding Temple and save their friends. Meanwhile, Woody and the Aliens realize who tough Vanellope has been while helping them and decide to help her.

Mayhem stops Judy by revealing the wedding was actually intended to unite Earth and the Solar Kingdom in peace. Realizing the errors of her hostile nature toward Cyrus, Judy tries to stop Vanellope, to no avail. Manipulated into believing Judy is brainwashed, Vanellope wrecks the temple, destroying the Solar Kingdom and inadvertently sending everyone else into the Eternal Crevice. Vanellope realizes her mistake but is abducted by Leslie, who reveals that in the past she had crashed into the asteroids and ended up on a rock in the middle of a lake, forgotten by her own friends. This led to her developing hostility towards her friends, so to ensure her future existence, she changed her appearance and name and created a time-travel machine to pick up a Velociraptor crew and return to help Vanellope and instead ensure the Baby Nightmare happens. Realizing that Leslie is a future version of herself, Vanellope declares she will ever be like her. Outraged, Leslie throws Vanellope onto the same rock.

Determined to avoid the same fate as Leslie, Vanellope jumps over the lake and frees everyone from the Eternal Crevice. The plan works, and when Leslie appears, Vanellope and Judy smash her time machine, making her unable to escape to the past. Vanellope's self-realization causes Leslie and her dinosaur henchmen to fade out of existence, correcting a time paradox. Judy apologizes to Cyrus, and Woody and the Aliens reconcile with Vanellope. Sometime later, Vanellope invites the Solar Kingdom residents to live in New York. As Vanellope and Judy go out into the neighborhood together, Hank and Cyrus finally wed, and Judy reveals she built a treehouse and left out an original album of Hopps Records.

Cast

  • Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz and Leslie Darkmatter
  • Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps
  • Ed O'Neill as Hank
  • Jillian Bell as Queen Cyrus
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Red Mayhem
  • Stephanie Beatriz as Molly Knight
  • Justin Theroux as Zaku Gad
  • Joaquin Phoenix as Strawberry
  • Daniel Radcliffe as Mason the friendly vampire
  • Eva Green as Tennifer the rose
  • Genevieve O'Reilly as Wedding guardian
  • Jim Hanks as Woody
  • Owen Laramore as the Aliens

Reception

Box office

Disney In The House 3 opened in theaters everywhere on February 25, 2028. It made $327 million in its first day, including 19 million from Thursday night previews (the highest-grossing Thursday night previews for an animated film), and grossed $505 million its opening weekend, ranking the highest opening for an animated film. The film has grossed $944 million in North America and $975 internationally, up to a worldwide total of $1.919 million. It became the highest-grossing film of 2027, the highest-grossing G-rated film, the highest-grossing Olaramore04 film, the highest-grossing Disney In The House film, the highest-grossing Walt Disney Pictures film, the highest-grossing animated film, and the sixth highest-grossing film of all time. Produced on a $145 million production budget, the film was a commercial success.

Critical response

Disney In The House 3 received universal acclaim from critics and audiences. The film has a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 243 reviews. The consensus reads, "Filled with musical numbers and an all-star cast, Disney In The House 3 is an extremely lovable second sequel that really works". On Metacritic, the film has a score of 100 out of 100 based on 45 critics, indicating "universal acclaim", the highest rating of any animated Disney film, the highest of any Olaramore04 film, and the highest of any computer-animated film, alongside the previous films. Adult and child moviegoers polled by CinemaScore gave the film a grade of "A+" on an A+ to F scale.

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