Greg Heffley is a bright young boy who is desperately tired of not having control of his own life. He is not looking forward to being forced to spend four days in a car on a road trip with his family to visit his grandmother on her 90th birthday; instead, he wants to go to a top video game expo in Indianapolis. He and his older brother Rodrick hatch a plan to borrow the car for a day to attend the event, however they can't evade their parents forever and mom and dad are understandably furious when they find out what their sons have been up to. Nothing goes smoothly when its a Wimpy Kid adventure - but this time Greg has to have courage if he's going to get through it.
Jason Drucker is Greg Heffley in the upcoming movie based on the novel of the same name.
Pegged to be the final live action film in the 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' movie franchise, 'The Long Haul' has gone through a huge revamp when it comes to the cast involved, with 12-year-old actor Jason Drucker now stepping in to play the lead role of Greg Jeffley, taking over from Zachary Gordon who had played the character through three 'Wimpy Kid' films to-date.
Jason Drucker stars in the new movie
Joining Drucker in the cast is Alicia Silverstone, Tom Everett Scott and Charlie Wright as Susan, Frank and Rodrick respectively, all integral to telling the story of a Heffley family road trip gone wrong. One thing that is certainly going to remain the same however is the plot followed throughout, which will stick closely to the original novel.
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