After winning acclaim with “I Killed My Mother” and “Heartbeats,” the young helmer spent 2011 shooting his third feature, “Laurence Anyways.”
Fox released “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules” a year after the original, earning $52.7 million. The third installment is due next August.
Played Beast in summer smash “X-Men: First Class” ($353 million worldwide). Next up are “Jack the Giant Killer” and “Mad Max: Fury Road.”
Appears in “Albert Nobbs” with Glenn Close and Mia Wasikowska. Now filming “Anna Karenina,” to be followed by Oliver Stone’s “Savages.”
Chloe Grace Moretz:
Appears in fall fest pics “Texas Killing Fields” and “Hick,” plus Martin Scorsese’s New York-teased “Hugo.” Has three movies slated for 2012.
Followed up “Airbender” with Universal’s sci-fi/western mash-up “Cowboys & Aliens,” which stalled just shy of $100 million domestic.
The “Karate Kid” star is set to appear in M. Night Shyamalan’s “One Thousand A.E.” with his dad, Will Smith.
The “Let Me In” star wrapped shooting Ari Folman’s “The Congress” in February. Voiced Norman in Laika’s supernatural stop-motion pic “ParaNorman.”
The last two installments of the “Twilight” saga are in the can; the first bows in November. Now filming Universal’s “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
Had a busy year, starring in “Jane Eyre” and Gus Van Sant’s “Restless.” Also appears in fall awards hopeful “Albert Nobbs.”
Led jury at Flahertiana film festival. No word on helmer’s next project, though “Babies” took five years from inception to theaters.
The “Percy Jackson” helmer produced “The Help,” which has grossed more than $163 million domestically.
“Prom” was a bust, but Disney’s summer pics hit it big: “Pirates 4” topped $1 billion and “Cars 2” exceeded $500 million worldwide.
Won a Golden Globe for his role on “Glee.” Recently wrapped “Struck by Lightning,” a feature he wrote and starred in.
“iCarly” is still Nick’s top series. After releasing five-song EP “High Maintenance” in March, she embarked on Dancing Crazy summer tour.
The “Modern Family” scene-stealer has been snagging noms and kudos (including an Alma Award). The show won five Emmys in September.
“Mad Men” has been on hiatus since last October, though she stayed busy voicing Jinora in Nick’s “The Last Airbender: The Legend of Korra.”
Jamie Brittain & Bryan Elsley:
The U.S. version of their “Skins” proved too hot for MTV, though the original U.K. series’ sixth season returns in 2012.
Nick’s 2011 Worldwide Day of Play was its most successful yet, bringing 50,000 kids, professional athletes and first lady Michelle Obama together.
Continues overseeing Alloy Entertainment’s “The Vampire Diaries” and “Pretty Little Liars.” Also exec producing Emma Roberts starrer “Anything But Ordinary.”
Launched several new Hub series, including “Secret Millionaires Club” and “Majors & Minors,” in which Jennifer Hudson and Will.I.Am mentor 12 young performers.
Still riding the success of Fred Figglehorn, Robbins produced “Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred,” which premieres Saturday on Nickelodeon.
“Monte Carlo” earned a soft $23 million, while she toured with her band, the Scene. Their third album, “When the Sun Goes Down,” hit No. 4.
Exited CW’s “Gossip Girl” last season and is now touring the U.S. with her band, the Pretty Reckless.
Filmed “Here Comes the Boom” with Salma Hayek. Released her second album, “Infinity,” in Asia and Japan on Oct. 5.
Her nearly 100-show “Speak Now” worldwide tour continues through March. Was added to the 2012 Guinness Book as the fastest-selling female artist for “Speak Now.”
Scott (Scooter) Braun:
The 3D Justin Bieber concert pic, “Never Say Never,” bowed in February and grossed more than $98 million worldwide.
Her “N.B.T.” (Next Big Thing) program expanded into a U.S. tour, running through December. Season four of “N.B.T.” kicked off Oct. 16.
Melissa Berger Brennan:
Still reps “Glee’s” Darren Criss and “Body of Proof’s” Mary Mouser. Her client Grant Gustin just signed to a guest role on “Glee.”
Bryan Leder & Frederick Levy:
Client Mary Mouser filmed the Disney telepic “Frenemies.” The Mangement 101 duo hopes to get “Geography Club,” a film they’re producing, rolling next summer.