“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” is new comedy and family 2012 movie. It is directed by David Bowers. It is produced by Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson. It is creenplayed by Wallace Wolodarsky, Maya Forbes.Watch online Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days movie in Full HD/DVD/ipod/divX All Qualities are Here
Music is given by Ed Shearmur and editing by Troy Takaki.
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During his summer vacation, “Wimpy Kid” Greg Heffley, the hero of the phenomenally successful book series, hatches a plan to pretend he has a job at a ritzy country club – which fails to keep him away from the season’s dog days, including embarrassing mishaps at a public pool and a camping trip that goes horribly wrong.
The Movie opens with the Heffley family arriving at the public pool. Greg, his father and Manny go to the bathroom. Greg tries to avoid the naked men having showers. Greg’s father walks off and tells Greg to look after Manny. Greg turns and sees that Manny is missing. Greg walks around the shower room trying to find Manny. Greg finds him and chases him to the toilets were Manny washes his hands in the uniral. Greg leaves the shower room with Manny and goes to find his family at the pool. Greg starts playing video games but his parents tell him to get into the pool and play with Manny. Greg gets into the pool and Manny starts laughing. Manny says he’s peeing and then splashes Greg in the face with water. Greg looks around and sees lots of other toddlers peeing in the pool. Then the title sequence starts.
In “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days,” which combines elements of both the third and fourth of the “Wimpy Kid” books, the good news is that school is out for the summer and Greg is looking forward to a vacation spent playing video games, hanging out with his best friend, Rowley, and working his way into the affections of the girl he has a crush on, Holly Hills. The bad news is that Greg Heffley being Greg Heffley, nothing is going to go as planned.
Greg goes to school for his last day and gets work. When work time is over everyone signs each other’s year book. Greg asks Holly to sign hers and she does. He also asks her to write her phone number. The class bell rings and everyone runs out of school happy it’s summer. Greg notices that Holly was in a rush and didn’t write the last two numbers. Greg runs into the hall to try get Holly to finish her number but gets crushed in a crowd. Greg makes it out of school and sees Holly. When Greg asks to finish the number she trys to but Heather arrives in her car and demands Holly to get in. Holly gets in and Rodrick flirts with Heather. Heather drives over Rodrick’s foot and drives away.
In school or out of school, Greg also has a tendency to get himself into painfully embarrassing situations; Zachary says that this time round his on-screen alter ego plumbs new depths of humiliation. In “Dog Days”, Greg goes one step further and loses his swimsuit in a crowded pool. Greg also has what Zachary delicately refers to as a “mishap” on a roller coaster, meaning, we’re pretty sure, that Greg throws up on his fellow passengers. For the record, Zachary admits he was a bit nervous himself when it came time to shoot the film’s roller coaster scene but after a couple of time around, he was hooked. “I went on six times in a row,” the young actor says, “It was awesome.”
The oh-so-wimpy Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) gets himself into more mischief when he spends the summer working at a country club in this third installation of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. David Bowers returns to direct from a script by Maya Forbes and Wally Wolodarsky.
Basically, Greg is a little wiener kid, and he complains about everything. When summer begins, he thinks he can go to the local country club, but he gets kicked out for whining. Then, when he thinks he’s going on a trip with his folks, it turns out they can’t because of money problems, so they go to the public pool, which has horribly hairy men in the showers and isn’t up to this little wiener’s standards.
In Dog Days, Greg expects to stay home all summer and do nothing but play video games. His mom urges him to try to get out of the house, but he doesn’t buy it because he’s learnt from experience.
When he and Rowley go to Rowley’s country club, they bring a girl, Trista, along, but then she starts talking to some lifeguard and ignores the people who took her there. One unlucky day, Rowley’s dad shows up at Greg’s house and expects Greg to pay for all the smoothies he’s ordered at the country club. Greg and Rowley start a lawn mowing business. A customer shows up and Greg gives her bad quality lawn mowing. Then his dad comes and finishes the job, but the lady stiffs Greg.
All these unfortunate events and more make him want to stay home for the rest of the summer. But as with all his plans, everything goes exactly the opposite.
In addition, “Wimpy Kid” author Jeff Kinney will throw out the first pitch for the Thunder’s July 27th game, and you can bring any copy of the “Wimpy Kid” books to have signed during an in-game autograph session. The Trenton Thunder are the AA Affiliate of the New York Yankees, and have hosted future Yankee stars such as Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte, Robinson Cano, and David Robertson, to name a few. Continue reading for more details from Twentieth Century Fox’s press release.
Two of the stars of the upcoming motion picture “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” – the “Wimpy Kid” himself, Zachary Gordon, and Robert Capron, who portrays Rowley – will join author Jeff Kinney, who penned the phenomenally successful books upon which the film is based, and the baseball team the Trenton Thunder, to set the world record for the largest Camping Read-Along. The event will take place on July 27, 2012, at Mercer County Waterfront Park in Trenton, NJ at 10:30pm. In addition to making camping and reading history.
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days” is in theaters everywhere August 3, 2012. In the film, set during summer vacation, “Wimpy Kid” Greg Heffley, the hero of the phenomenally successful book series, hatches a plan to pretend he has a job at a ritzy country club – which fails to keep him away from the season’s dog days, including embarrassing mishaps at a public pool and a camping trip that goes horribly wrong. In addition to Zachary Gordon and Robert Capron, the film stars Devon Bostick, Rachael Harris, and Steve Zahn. It is directed by David Bowers from a screenplay by Maya Forbes & Wallace Wolodarsky, based upon the book by Jeff Kinney. The producers are Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson.
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Chracters are playing roles as:
Zachary Gordon is playing as Greg Heffley
Steve Zahn is playing as Frank Heffley
Robert Capron is playing as Rowley Jefferson
Devon Bostick is playing as Rodrick Heffley
Rachael Harris is playing as Susan Heffley
Connor and Owen Fielding is playing as Manny Heffley
Peyton List is playing as Holly Hills
Karan Brar is playing as Chirag Gupta
Melissa Roxburgh is playing as Heather Hills
Grayson Russell is playing as Fregley
Laine MacNeil is playing as Patty Farrell
Oliver the dog is playing as Sweetie
Sachin Tyler Sadachcharan is playing as Ian Jug
Vincent Alexander Hughes is playing as Kyle Rux