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Disney In The House 4
Directed by Mike White
Produced by Owen Laramore
Lori Forte
Screenplay by J. David Stern
David N. Weiss
Story by Owen Laramore
Starring Sarah Silverman
Ginnifer Goodwin
Rodger Bumpass
Jessica Biel
Emily VanCamp
Scarlett Johansson
Keegan-Michael Key
Eva Longoria
Maya Rudolph
Jim Hanks
Music by Mark Mothersbaugh
Cinematography Cory Rocco Florimonte
John Toll
Edited by Ford Riley
Walt Disney Pictures
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios
Motion Pictures
Release date May 24, 2030
Running time 95 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $125--135 million
Box office $1.913 billion

Disney In The House 4 is a 2030 American computer-animated musical comedy film produced by Olaramore04 and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The eighteenth film produced by the studio, it is the sequel to 2027's Disney In The House 3 and the overall seventh installment in the animated Disney In The House franchise following 2025's Disney Detectives, 2026's Aliens, and 2029's Disney Detectives: World Tour. Directed by Mike White from a screenplay by him, Alex Ross Perry, J. David Stern, and David N. Weiss, it features Sarah Silverman, Ginnifer Goodwin, Jim Hanks, Gina Rodriguez, and Jillian Bell reprise their roles from previous films. Ed O'Neill died on August 1, 2029, nine months before the release of the film, so the role of Hank was given to Rodger Bumpass. The returning cast is joined by Jessica Biel, Emily VanCamp, Scarlett Johansson, Eva Longoria, Maya Rudolph, Megan Fox, and Keegan-Michael Key, who voice the new characters introduced.

Disney In The House 4 was released theatrically on May 24, 2030 in the United States. The film has grossed $1.9 billion worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing film of 2030, the highest-grossing Olaramore04 film, the highest-grossing G-rated film, the highest-grossing Disney In The House film, the highest-grossing animated film, the highest-grossing Walt Disney Pictures film, and the sixth highest grossing film of all time. Like its predecessors, Disney In The House 4 received universal acclaim, with critics praising its story, writing, humor, songs, characters, animation, performances. It won several awards, including the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Art, Art, Art", in addition to also winning Best Animated Feature.

A sequel, Disney In The House 5 was released on May 13, 2033.


A year after Disneyville and the Solar Kingdom were united in peace in the third film, Vanellope von Schweetz is starting school. Confidently preparing for this, Vanellope, upon arriving at school makes new friends and successfully makes it through the school day. At the last class, choice time, school is inexplicably set on fire. Everyone manages to escape with Judy's help just before the school is blown to smithereens. Suddenly, Woody alerts the group that Hank's wife Cyrus has fallen ill. She tells Vanellope to find a new queen before dying.

Feeling dismayed about her wrecked school, Vanellope talks with Judy in the Aliens' cave. Remembering Cyrus' request, Vanellope resolves to find a new queen, bringing Judy, Hank, and three Aliens, Kenny, Bog, and Steven. On the way, they encounter a lost lamb named Lane who is looking for her parents. They gradually recruit Lane to the cost and eventually reach the house of the Powell Sisters: Miranda, Amy, and Kristen. They try convincing Miranda to be the new queen, but she refuses, saying she is a painter and tour guide of the Disneyville Museum of Art. Their father, J Jared, is the only one suspicious, thinking they may be capable of destroying art.

Vanellope attempts to show the Powell Sisters her professional talent in art, but is sabotaged by J Jared, inadvertently splatting red paint on the wall. J Jared gives Vanellope a chance to clean up the mess on the condition that she must leave if she makes it worse. Vanellope paints the inside and the outside until the now rainbow-colored house is completely finished. Astonished to see the house all colored, J Jared yells at Vanellope for worsening the mess and attacks her, Judy, Hank, Lane, Kenny, Steven, and Bog. The ruckus results in Miranda's art studio being destroyed. J Jared reneges on the deal and banishes the group. Fed up with J Jared's irrational ways, Miranda leaves with her sisters and declares she wishes J Jared wasn't their father. They find Vanellope, Judy, Hank, Kenny, Bog, Steven, and Lane and accompany them on their quest. J Jared finds them, and a car chase occurs until they lose J Jared and crash, causing Miranda's car to be destroyed.

Bog discovers a mall, where J Jared reveals to the group that he set the school on fire. He battles Vanellope again and chases the group across the mall. He goes inside the museum to tell Miranda's boss Allison Willis about the unintentional confusion Vanellope is up to. Vanellope calls Red Mayhem, and they pursue J Jared and Allison. However, the police intercept them and are about to arrest them, but Woody and more Aliens arrive at the scene. Miranda is scolded for disobedience, but Vanellope comes to the group's defense by revealing J Jared's villainy to the public, and J Jared is arrested instead. Lane reunites with her family and returns to her herd. Vanellope's school and Miranda's art studio are rebuilt, and Vanellope becomes the new queen.

In a post-credits scene, Vanellope quickly passes her science lesson at school, much to the teacher's surprise.


  • Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz
  • Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps
  • Jessica Biel as Miranda Powell
  • Emily VanCamp as Amy Powell
  • Scarlett Johansson as Kristen Powell
  • Eva Longoria as Lane the lamb
  • Maya Rudolph as Allison Willis
  • Keegan-Michael Key as J Jared
  • Jim Hanks as Woody
  • Rodger Bumpass as Hank (replacing Ed O'Neill)
  • Gina Rodriguez as Red Mayhem
  • Megan Fox as Ms. Wanda
  • Ella Allan (archive recordings of child voice) as Meeka
  • Daniel Radcliffe as Mason the friendly vampire
  • Joaquin Phoenix as Strawberry
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Tennifer the Rose
  • Jillian Bell as Queen Cyrus
  • K'Sun Ray as Music Box
  • Eva Green as Cupcake
  • Owen Laramore as the Aliens


Box office

Disney In The House 4 opened in select theaters in the United States on April 24, 2030, and grossed $500 million in its opening weekend, holding the record of the highest opening for an Olaramore04 film. It grossed $943 in North America and $970 million internationally, for a worldwide total of $1.913 billion. Audiences were captivated by the film. It is the highest-grossing film of 2030, the highest-grossing Olaramore04 film, the highest-grossing Walt Disney Pictures film, the highest-grossing G-rated film, the highest-grossing Disney In The House film, the highest-grossing animated film, and the sixth highest-grossing film of all time. Produced on a $200 million budget, the film was a massive commercial success at the box-office.

Critical response

Disney In The House 4 was also critically acclaimed upon release. On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a rare 100% approval rating based on 300 reviews. The site's consensus reads, "Full of breathtaking writing, lovable characters, and catchy songs by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez and led by an all-star cast, Disney In The House 4 marks Disney and Olaramore04's biggest hit". On Metacritic, the film has a score of 100 out of 100 based on 34 critics, indicating "universal acclaim". CinemaScore reported that adult and children moviegoers gave the film an "A+" on an A+ to F scale.