The Even Stevens Movie

Last Updated on: June 26th, 2024

The Even Stevens Movie (Disney Channel Original Movie)

“The Even Stevens Movie” is a Disney Channel Original Movie based on the popular Disney Channel sitcom “Even Stevens.” The film was released in 2003 and serves as the series finale for the show. It was directed by Sean McNamara and written by Dennis Rinsler and Marc Warren.

The movie continues the misadventures of the wacky Stevens family, led by Louis Stevens (played by Shia LaBeouf) and his sister Ren Stevens (played by Christy Carlson Romano). The family wins an all-expenses-paid trip to a tropical island in the Pacific as part of a reality game show called “Family Fakeout.” Excited for a luxurious vacation, they set off on the adventure of a lifetime.

However, their dream vacation quickly turns into a nightmare when they realize that the game show is rigged and the island is not as paradise-like as they thought. The Stevens family must now work together to survive the treacherous challenges set up by the show’s eccentric host, Miles McDermott (played by Tim Meadows), and the enigmatic island owner, Hibachi (played by Ernie Grunwald).

As the challenges become increasingly dangerous and the family members are pitted against each other, Louis must step up as the leader and find a way to reunite the family and win the game to escape the island. Along the way, they learn valuable lessons about teamwork, family bonds, and the importance of honesty and communication.

“The Even Stevens Movie” provides a perfect blend of comedy, adventure, and heartwarming moments, showcasing the unique dynamics of the Stevens family. The film is a fitting conclusion to the beloved TV series, providing closure to the storylines of the characters while still delivering the signature humor and quirky charm that made “Even Stevens” a favorite among Disney Channel viewers.

The movie also served as a launching pad for the career of Shia LaBeouf, who gained widespread recognition for his role as Louis Stevens. With its engaging plot and entertaining performances, “The Even Stevens Movie” remains a beloved Disney Channel classic, beloved by fans of all ages. It continues to be celebrated as one of the most memorable and iconic Disney Channel Original Movies of its time.

Additional Details


  • Shia LaBeouf: Louis Stevens
  • Christy Carlson Romano: Ren Stevens
  • Donna Pescow: Eileen Stevens
  • Tom Virtue: Steve Stevens
  • Nick Spano: Donnie Stevens
  • Steven Anthony Lawrence: Bernard “Beans” Aranguren
  • Tim Meadows: Miles McDermott
  • A.J. Trauth: Alan Twitty
  • Margo Harshman: Tawny Dean
  • Fred Meyers: Tom Gribalski
  • Dave Coulier: Lance LeBow
  • Keone Young: “Chief Tuka”
  • Lauren Frost: Ruby Mendel
  • Kenya Williams: Monique Taylor
  • Jim Wise: Coach Tugnut
  • Eric “Ty” Hodges: Larry Beale
  • Walker Howard: “Laylo” / Patrick Green
  • Josh Keaton: “Mootai” / Jason Holdstead
  • Kyle Gibson: Gil
  • George Anthony Bell: Principal Conrad Wexler
  • Toni Dugan: Keith
  • Matthew Yang King: Scott
  • Daniele O’Loughlin: Brooke
  • Jody Howard: Cynthia Mills


  • Director: Sean McNamara
  • Producer: Stacey Kosier Box and David Grace

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