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Zenon: Z3 (2004)

The heroine sets out to win an important competition - but her dreams of success are jeopardized.


Steve Rash


Marilyn Sadler (character from the book "Zenon: Girl of the Twenty First Century"), Roger Bollen (character from the book "Zenon: Girl of the Twenty First Century") | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Kirsten Storms ... Zenon Kar
Lauren Maltby Lauren Maltby ... Margie Hammond
Alyson Morgan Alyson Morgan ... Dasha
Stuart Pankin ... Commander Edward Plank
Holly Fulger ... Aunt Judy Kling-Plank
Glenn McMillan ... Bronley Hale
Ben Easter ... Sage Borealis
Nathan Anderson ... Proto Zoa
Damon Berry Damon Berry ... Pat Numbar
Phumi Mthembu Phumi Mthembu ... Casseopaya 'Cassi' Wade
Raven-Symoné ... Nebula Wade
Joanna Evans Joanna Evans ... Young Selena
Carol Reynolds Carol Reynolds ... Selena
Tove De Chazal Tove De Chazal ... Jamie Perez
Nikki Joshua Nikki Joshua ... Cosmic Blush


In the third installment of the hit Zenon trilogy, it's 2054 and Zenon Kar is 17 and competing to win the Galactic Teen Supreme contest and celebrate at the Moonstock Festival. Zenon wants to beat handsome competitor Bronley Hale. She also reunites with Moon preservation activist Sage Borealis. Sage is desperate to keep the Moon from being colonized and exploited and wants Zenon's help. Meanwhile Commander Edward Plank and Aunt Judy Cling's new foster daughter, Dasha, is star struck by Zenon and finds it difficult to stay out of trouble. During the last competition for the Galactic Teen Supreme contest, the moon goddess Selene appears and threatens to destroy the Earth. It's up to Zenon to save everyone from this angry deity. In the end, Zenon, Sage, Dasha and her friends Margie, Cassie, and Bronley team up to save the day. They evacuate everyone in Protozoa's tour bus and try to remove the Moon Dome, with each taking a hover pod. Unfortunately, the dome is too heavy, until Commander ... Written by Anonymous

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Saving the universe is as easy as 1... 2... Z!


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Did You Know?


When this movie premiered on Disney Channel, there was a contest when viewers had to count all the Z's hidden throughout the film. See more »


When the balloons fall from the ceiling they are obviously filled with air. But in the next shot, they are filled with helium because they float. See more »


Zenon Kar: That's ridiculous. You're not old until you hit 30!
Proto Zoa: I'm 31.
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Follows Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (1999) See more »


Out Of This World
Written by Matthew Gerrard and Lisa Benenate
Performed by Proto Zoa and Cosmic Blush
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User Reviews

A fun film
13 July 2004 | by lawandordergirl73See all my reviews

I have loved the Zenon movies since the beginning. As a big fan of Kirsten Storms I've made sure not to miss them, but also to carefully scrutinize them. While this movie spent a lot of time trying to send a positive message, it still kept the same feel of adventure as in the other Zenon movies. The storyline definitely had some flaws, but all things considered it was one of Disney Channel's better films. I was nervous about how the movie would turn out as it has been a good amount of time since the last Zenon installment, but I did not feel that the age increase proved to be a problem. I enjoyed the movie and I do hope that a fourth installment will come in the future; however, viewers should not look for an Oscar nominated performance.

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Release Date:

11 June 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Zenon: Z3 See more »

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De Passe Entertainment See more »
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16:9 HD
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