Josh Hutcherson bulked up for 'Hunger Games'

Riding on the stupendous success of Suzanne Collins's trilogy, The Hunger Games has a launchpad from which to take off running. What it does is slow down, crawl and in a story so ripe for visual reproduction, inexplicably, grind to a tiresome halt.

During an interview with HeyUGuys, Josh Hutcherson commented on working with actors like Stanley Tucci, who truly devoted himself to becoming Caesar Flickerman. Over the years I've gotten the chance to work with some

During an interview with HeyUGuys, Josh Hutcherson commented on working with actors like Stanley Tucci, who truly devoted himself to becoming Caesar Flickerman. Over the years I've gotten the chance to work with some

By Josh Wigler, with reporting by Josh Horowitz (@joshuahorowitz) With great power comes great responsibility, and Peter Parker isn't the only guy who knows this: It's a philosophy that on-the-rise actor Josh Hutcherson knows all too well,

HERE'S one for “The Hunger Games” crowd: What if, in that blood-tingling climactic scene near the Cornucopia, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) had skewered poor Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) with a wayward silver arrow?