A Wimp will rise

In DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: THE LONG HAUL, a Heffley family road trip to attend Meemaw's 90th birthday party goes hilariously off course thanks to Greg's newest scheme to get to a video gaming convention. Based on one of the best-selling book series of all time, this family cross-country adventure turns into an experience the Heffleys will never forget.

  • 1 hr 31 minPGHDSD
  • May 19, 2017
  • Comedy

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Cast & Crew

  • Tom Everett ScottFrank Heffley

    Tom Everett Scott was born and raised in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, the third of four children of Cynthia (Pierce), an insurance saleswoman, and William Joseph Scott, who was a civil engineer. Tom spent his childhood in a "nice house in the woods", with a pond nearby, canoeing and camping. He acted in high school plays, but Tom planned to quit acting, and take a more serious look at the world. So, he enrolled in communications at Syracuse University in 1988. During his sophomore year he says "I went down to the theater and saw everything going on-people jumping around being idiots-and I thought, 'This is my home. This is where I should be.'" So, Tom switched his major to drama, and upon graduating, he moved to New York City. There, he waited tables, and eventually founded a theater company with 3 college buddies that they named "aTheaterco".
  • Alicia SilverstoneSusan Heffley

    Alicia Silverstone was born on October 4, 1976 in San Francisco, California, the youngest of three children. She is the daughter of Didi (Radford), a former flight attendant, and Monty Silverstone, a real estate investor. Her English-born father is from a Jewish family, while her Scottish-born mother converted to Judaism. Alicia's career began at the tender age of six, when her father took some photos of his young daughter, which eventually led to her getting several television commercials. After a guest spot on The Wonder Years (1988) as a literal "dream girl", she moved on to movies. She landed a role in The Crush (1993), a sort of Fatal Attraction (1987) for teenagers in which she portrayed a disturbed young girl obsessed with an older man. The nasty little role did not impress the critical establishment but it wowed its target audience: teenagers. In fact, the role won her the 1994 MTV Movie Award for "Best Villain" and "Breakthrough Performance". It is interesting to note that during the filming of the movie, Alicia became an emancipated minor in order to get around child labor laws which would have interfered with her working hours. She was a dedicated actress from early on. The film also caught the attention of Aerosmith, who hired her to appear in a string of their music videos. The first of them, "Cryin'", was voted the #1 video of all time on MTV. Silverstone was definitely a hit with the MTV crowd, but larger commercial success still eluded her. That all changed when she landed the role of Cher in Amy Heckerling's Clueless (1995). Cher was the antithesis of Alicia's role in The Crush; this time around, she was a rich, naive yet endearing girl from Beverly Hills in search of love in the 1990s. The film was a huge box-office hit and wowed both audiences and critics alike and demonstrated Alicia's strength and bankability. She was hailed as the woman of the hour, and branded the spokeswoman for an emerging young generation. She signed a deal with Columbia TriStar worth $10 million and got the coveted role of Batgirl in the Batman franchise. Also, as part of the package, she received a three-year first-look deal for her own production company, First Kiss Productions. The first film released by First Kiss was Excess Baggage (1997).
  • Jason DruckerGreg Heffley

    Jason Ian Drucker was born on September 20, 2005 in Hollywood, Florida, to Shari and Dr. Richard Drucker. He has an older brother, Ryan Ari, and a younger brother, Michael Ziggy. Jason began acting in commercials at the age of 6 in the summer of 2012. Soon after Jason turned 7years old he booked his first TV role as Tommy Miller in the Nickelodeon TV series Every Witch Way (2014). During the fall of 2013 Jason landed his first feature film as Parker Larson in,Barely Lethal (2015), directed by Kyle Newman. Jason has continued to enjoy commercial work while completing 4 full seasons of "Every Witch Way." Jason is set to play Greg Heffley in the upcoming movie Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017), released on May 19, 2017. In addition to Jason's acting, he has teamed up with Free2Luv (as a Celebrity Ambassador) to help empower individuals and teach "Luv is Stronger than Hate and Braver" than bullying. He appeared in the Transformers spin-off Bumblebee (2018).
  • Owen AsztalosRowley

    Owen Asztalos was born on July 15, 2005. His ancestry includes mostly Hungarian, German and Irish. By the age of two, Owen was dancing and singing like Elvis Presley and was a die hard Elvis fan/follower/impersonator. From the time he was born, he was always involved in some kind of story time, Kinder Music, theater classes, acting camps etc. In 2014, one of Owens theater teachers asked Owen to perform as a young Beethoven in "Beethoven Revealed" for a local theater company. After his spectacular performance in "Beethoven Revealed", the family was tipped off about a new local management company that promptly took Owen on as a client, followed by Owen getting signed with a New York agency a month later. The rest is history.
  • Charlie WrightRodrick Heffley

    Charlie Wright is an actor and executive, known for Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017), Ingrid Goes West (2017) and Better Things (2016).
  • David BowersDirector

  • Brad SimpsonProducer

  • Nina JacobsonProducer

  • Jeff KinneyWriter

  • David BowersWriter