Some stars, the likes of Sofia Boutella ('Star Trek Beyond'), Travis Fimmel ('Warcraft'), Zoey Deutch ('Why Him?'), Jack Huston ('Ben-Hur') and Aidan Turner ('Poldark'), are the kind of actors that have been around for a while, but have only this year managed to land leading roles.Next year the character has a film of her own as 'Wonder Woman' hits in June, and she will also reprise the role in the first two 'Justice League' films. Alden Ehrenreich - He's set to play a young Han Solo in the still untitled 'Star Wars' anthology installment coming in 2018, but it's been quite a good year for Alden aside from that. ' and Warren Beatty comedy 'Rules Don't Apply', and he's also just finished filming Iraq drama 'The Yellow Birds' with Jennifer Aniston and Jack Huston which is due to be released in 2017.4.Donald Glover - Under his guise of Childish Gambino, Donald has seen quite the success as a musician over the past five years, but he's excelled himself with his television work this year.
Millie shot to fame at a young age when she landed the role of telepathic tween, Eleven, in Netflix hit series .
For a while it was up in the air as to whether or not she would return for the second series given the mysterious fate of her character in the first season's final episode, but recent confirmations suggest we haven't seen the last of her.2.
Gal Gadot - She's a well known fixture of the 'Fast & Furious' franchise by Gal Gadot landed a mega breakthrough role as DC heroine Wonder Woman in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'.
Others have broken through with immense force after almost total obscurity:1.
Millie Bobby Brown - Matt and Ross Duffer couldn't have imagined the kind of success their 80s inspired supernatural TV series 'Stranger Things' would have, but arguably the world's favourite thing about that show is Millie Bobby Brown, who plays telekinetic labrat Eleven.