Welcome to the next grade

In this sequel to 2010's surprise hit, Greg Heffley, the kid who made 'wimpy' cool is back in an all-new family comedy based on the best-selling follow-up novel by Jeff Kinney. (Kinney's Wimpy Kid' series has thus far sold 42 million books.) As he begins seventh grade, Greg and his older brother and chief tormentor Rodrick must deal with their parents' misguided attempts to have them bond.

  • 1 hr 40 minPGHDSD
  • Mar 25, 2011
  • Family

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Cast & Crew

  • Steve ZahnFrank Heffley

    Steve Zahn was born in Marshall, Minnesota, to Zelda, who worked at a YMCA, and Carleton Edward Zahn, a Lutheran pastor at Peace Lutheran Church, Robbinsdale, Minnesota. His career kicked off in his native Minnesota when he crashed the audition of a local stage production of "Biloxi Blues" and won the lead role. He next trained at American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA; then moved to New York City, where he won a role touring for 13 months in national company of Tommy Tune-directed version of "Bye Bye Birdie". Back in New York, he played opposite Ethan Hawke in "Sophistry" at Playwright's Horizon, where Ben Stiller noticed him and cast him and Hawke in Reality Bites (1994).
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  • ZACHARY GORDONGreg Heffley

    Zachary Gordon was born on February 15, 1998 in Oak Park, California, USA as Zachary Adam Gordon. He is an actor and director, known for Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010), Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (2012) and Georgia Rule (2007).
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  • Rachael HarrisSusan Heffley

    Rachael Harris was born in Worthington, Ohio, where she spend most of her early life. In 1986, she graduated from Worthington High School. She then attended Otterbein College, a liberal arts college located in Westerville, Ohio. She graduated in 1989, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Harris joined the Groundlings, an improvisational and sketch comedy troupe. The troupe maintains its own school in Los Angeles, where experienced members train young performers. Harris has served as a teacher in the school. In the 1990s, Harris made a number of appearances in American television shows, starting with single-episode roles in the science fiction series "seaQuest DSV" and "Star Trek: Voyager". Her "Star Trek" role had her playing Martis, mother of Kes (a regular character of the series). Harris had a recurring role in the sitcom "Sister, Sister" as Simone. Her character was a senior college student, attending the University of Michigan where the last few seasons of the series were set. Harris continued making guest appearances on television shows throughout the 2000s, and also appeared in a number of documentaries and advertisement campaigns. She appeared as a correspondent of the news satire "The Daily Show" for a single season (2002-2003). Harris was cast as Kevyn Shecket, a member of the supporting cast in the comedy series "Fat Actress" (2005). She appeared in all 7 episodes of the 1st season of the show, but the series was then canceled. Harris has played parts in various theatrical films, though often in minor roles. In the comedy film "The Hangover" (2009), Harris played Melissa, the bossy and cheating girlfriend of Dr. Stuart "Stu" Price. Her boyfriend was played by actor Ed Helms. Harris had a recurring film role in the film series "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" (2010-2012), where she played Susan Heffley (the protagonist's mother). In the 2010s, Harris continues to appear in various film and television roles. She was cast as main cast member in the short-lived sitcom "Surviving Jack" (2014). In the sitcom Harris was cast as Joanne Dunlevy, a married mother to two teenagers, who decides to resume her college studies. The main plot of the sitcom had Joanne's husband adjusting to life as a full-time parent. Harris gained a main cast role in the fantasy series "Lucifer" (2016-). She is playing Dr. Linda Martin, a professional psychotherapist who maintains a sexual relationship with her patient Lucifer Morningstar. Part of the series' plot is that Lucifer is a fallen angel and former ruler of Hell, who is trying to adjust to life among humans and to deal with his emotional issues. Linda initially helps him under the misconception that he is a mortal human being, but eventually learns part of his secrets.
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  • DEVON BOSTICKRodrick Heffley

    Devon Bostick was born on November 13, 1991 in Canada. He is an actor and producer, known for Okja (2017), Being Charlie (2015) and The 100 (2014).
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  • ROBERT CAPRONRowley Jefferson

    Robert began his acting career when he was eight years old by enrolling in an after school drama program sponsored by Trinity Repertory Company. Later that year he landed a role as Turkey Boy in Trinity's production of A Christmas Carol. Since that time Robert has performed a variety of roles on stage. Recently, Robert has turned his efforts to film. Robert's first principal role was in Bride Wars where he played Robert. Shortly thereafter he earned a role as Young Dave's Pal in the movie Sorcerer's Apprentice. Robert's role as Rowley in Fox's three-movie franchise Diary of A Wimpy Kid (2010,2011) is perhaps his most recognized role to date. The third installment, Dog Days, was released in August 2012. Robert landed his first voiceover role as Bob in the Tim Burton directed movie Frankenweenie which was released in October 2012. In April 2012, Robert played Young Curly in the movie The Three Stooges. In 2013, Robert played Kyle in the Faxon/ Nash directed movie The Way, Way Back. Also during 2013, Robert had his first experience in motion-capture 3D CGI as he played Derek in the motion-capture version of Tarzan. In 2015, Robert played Jake alongside Bailey Madison in the Indie feature Annabelle Hooper and The Ghosts of Nantucket. In 2016, Robert landed the role of Jack Black's son Dave in the feature film The Polka King. The film also also stars Jenny Slate, Jackie Weaver and Jason Schwartzman. In addition to theater, and film, Robert currently is a returning guest star on CBS's Elementary, where he plays the role of one of Sherlock's "irregulars" known as Mason. He has s also appeared on television as a guest star on ABC's The Middle, and as the lead on two episodes of The Hub Network's The Haunting Hour. Robert is passionate about reading, acting, history, watching movies, and reading and writing his own screenplays. He also loves swimming, tennis, and playing video games. Robert is a freshman at Brown University majoring in theater, film studies and screenwriting.
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  • David BowersDirector