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Adventures in Babysitting
Adventures in Babysitting
Directed by John Schultz
Produced by Michelle Manning
Shawn Williamson
Written by Tiffany Paulsen
Cinematography Charles Minsky
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Language English
Adventures in Babysitting is a 2016 American comedy film directed by John Schultz and was released by Walt Disney Pictures. It stars Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson as two competing babysitters. It is a re-imagining and stand-alone sequel of the 1987 movie. The first teaser was released during the premiere of the Disney Channel Original Movie, Invisible Sister.


Jenny (Sabrina Carpenter) and Lola (Sofia Carson) are rival babysitters who team up after one of their kids sneaks out, leading them into an adventure throughout the city to find them.


  • Sabrina Carpenter as Jenny Parker
  • Sofia Carson as Lola Perez
  • Sofia Warren as Madison Lawrence
  • Madison Horcher as AJ Anderson
  • Jet Jurgensmeyer as Bobby Anderson
  • Max Gecowets as Trey Anderson
  • Mallory James Mahoney as Katy Cooper
  • Nikki Hahn as Emily Cooper
  • Kevin Quinn as Zac Chase
  • Max Lloyd-Jones as Officer James
  • Gillian Vigman as Helen Anderson


A remake was reportedly planned for release in 2012. Raven-Symoné was going to star in it but decided to withdraw due to other projects. Miley Cyrus was also rumored to be attached to the project, but later denied involvement. Tiffany Paulsen was writing the script. It was presumed that it was scrapped due to years of inactivity. However, on January 9, 2015, Disney announced that it would go forward, with Sabrina Carpenter and Sofia Carson starring as competing babysitters.


Filming began on March 2, 2015 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and wrapped on April 18, 2015.


  • This film was celebrated as the 100th DCOM (Disney Channel Original Movie).

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Preceded by
Invisible Sister
Disney Channel Original Movies Succeeded by
The Swap