Disney Channel Original Movies


Disney Channel, has produced many movies throughout the years, many of which have been very successful. Here are some little known facts about a few of these films.

Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century was a book first.

Jump In! was originally supposed to be called Double Dutch and Raven Symoné was supposed to play Keke Palmer’s part.

Hilary Duff was made an “honorary Cadet Sergeant” at the military school where Cadet Kelly was filmed.

Tia and Tamera Mowry ended up switching their roles in Twitches.

Double Teamed is based on two real-life sisters, who both made it to the WNBA.

The scene in Camp Rock 2 where Mitchie and Shane are on the lake is pretty familiar to Alyson Stoner. It’s the same lake at which she shot scenes for Cheaper By the Dozen!

Did you know that the song “Two Worlds Collide,” which plays during the end credits of Princess Protection Program was actually written by Demi Lovato for Selena Gomez? 
In the past, Demi has said, “I wrote a song about a movie we did together. It’s called Princess Protection Program. I wrote it about our friendship and our characters.”

What could High School Musical, Minutemen, and Read It and Weep have in common? All three DCOMs were partially filmed at Murray High School, located in Utah.

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