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Disney In The House is an American media franchise created by Gary Marsh and Gary Krisel. It consists of ten theatrical films, ten short films, and seven television specials produced by Walt Disney Wonder Studios. The series stars an ensemble cast, led by Sarah Silverman as the voice of the series' lead protagonist, Vanellope von Schweetz. The film franchise also has music scores composed and conducted by film composers Hans Zimmer, John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams, Christophe Beck, and David Newman.

Disney In The House
Directed by Chris A. Bailey (1)
Rob Renzetti (1)
Vixi Anderson (1)
Bob Iger (2)
Phil Lord (3)
Christopher Miller (3)
Steve Pink (4)
Andrew Adamson (5)
Alan F. Horn (6)
Karey Kirkpatrick (7)
Wes Anderson (8)
Bradley Raymond (9)
Kelly Asbury (9)
Sarah Jane Cunningham (10)
Suzie V. Freeman (10)
Produced by Gary Marsh (1-10)
Gary Krisel (1-10)
Jenni-Magee-Cook (2)
Written by Gary Marsh (1-10)
Gary Krisel (1-10)
Scott Alexander (1)
Larry Karasweski (1)
Chris A. Bailey (1)
Rob Renzetti (1)
Jonathan Aibel (2)
Glenn Berger (2)
Joe Ansolabehere (3)
Jill E. Blotevogel (3)
Kevin Hopps (3)
Phil Lord (3)
Christopher Miller (3)
Bob Tzudiker (4)
Noni White (4)
Andrew Adamson (5)
Sarah Jane Cunningham (5 & 10)
Suzie V. Freeman (5 & 10)
Tom Rogers (5)
Roger S.H. Schulman (6, 8, & 10)
Christopher Markus (7)
Stephen McFeely (7)
Ashley Edward Miller (7)
Wes Anderson (8)
David Gordon Green (8)
Ethan Reiff (9)
Cyrus Voris (9)
Starring Sarah Silverman
Music by Hans Zimmer (1, 2, 8, & 9)
John Powell (1-2)
Harry Gregson-Williams (3, 5, and 6)
Christophe Beck (4 & 10)
David Newman (7)
Cinematography Newton Thomas Sigel (1)
Caleb Deschanel (2 & 6)
Matthias Koenigswieser (3)
Naveet Verma (3)
Emmanuel Lubezki (4)
Bradford Young (4)
Javier Aguirresarobe (5)
Phedon Papamichael (7)
Isidore Mankofsky (7)
Thomas E. Ackerman (8)
Jase Ricci (8)
Shelly Johnson (9)
Tim Jones (9)
Owen Roizman (10)
Edited by Jhoanne Reyes (1)
Jennifer Lame (1)
H. Lee Peterson (2 & 8)
Robert Fisher Jr. (3)
Joel Cox (4)
James Ryan (5)
Jim May (5)
Ivan Bilancio (6)
Craig McKay (7)
Andy Netley (9)
William J. Caparella (10)
Production company Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Wonder Studios
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release date 2016--2020
Country United States
Lanuage English
Budget $1.490 billion
Box office $7.134 billion


The first film, Disney In The House: Introduction, was released in October 18, 2016. The sequels were released on July 4, 2017, December 26, 2017, May 11, 2018, December 25, 2018, March 3, 2019, June 13, 2019, September 13, 2019, December 23, 2019, and February 25, 2020. Introduction, 4th Of July, Musical Melody, Off To Adventure Camp, Time Travel, and Return To Adventure Camp, received positive reviews from critics, but Christmas, Wild Wild West, World Animals and Oceans drew mixed reviews from critics. The films have grossed $7.1 billion worldwide against a combined budget of $1.4 billion.

Disney In The House: Introduction

Disney In The House: Introduction was released in theaters on October 18, 2016. The film was acclaimed by critics and grossed $675 million at the box office.

Disney In The House: 4th Of July

Disney In The House: 4th Of July was released in theaters on July 4, 2017. It received generally favorable reviews and was a huge hit, grossing $1.131 billion worldwide.

Disney In The House: Christmas

Disney In The House: Christmas was released in theaters on December 26, 2017. It received mixed reviews from critics and underperformed at the box office, losing Disney an estimated $50 million.

Disney In The House: Wild Wild West

Disney In The House: Wild Wild West was released in theaters on May 11, 2018. It received mixed-to-positive reviews, and grossed $881 million worldwide.

Disney In The House: Musical Melody

Disney In The House: Musical Melody was released in theaters on December 25, 2018. It received mainly positive reviews from critics and grossed over $375 million worldwide.

Disney In The House: Off To Adventure Camp

Disney In The House: Off To Adventure Camp was released in theaters on March 3, 2019. Critics praised it as a return-to-form for the series, and it grossed $817 million worldwide.

Disney In The House: Time Travel

Disney In The House: Time Travel was released in theaters on June 13, 2019. It received widespread universal praise from critics and audiences captivated by its emotional ending. The film was also wildly successful, having to have grossed $1.375 billion worldwide.

Disney In The House: Return To Adventure Camp

Disney In The House: Return To Adventure Camp was released in theaters on September 13, 2019. The film received generally positive reviews and grossed $1.022 billion worldwide.

Disney In The House: World Animals

Disney In The House: World Animals was released in theaters on December 23, 2019. Having garnered mixed-to-positive reviews, the film grossed $566 worldwide.

Disney In The House: Oceans

Disney In The House: Oceans was released in theaters on February 25, 2020. It received mixed reviews from critics and was a box office disaster as a result of the film industry being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused Walt Disney Wonder Studios to become bankrupt and the film series to end.

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