“It was a rite of passage and looking back on it, it was very funny, but at that moment, I thought my face was gonna just start sweating blood.” Watch below!Joshua Ryan Hutcherson (born October 12, 1992) is an American actor.is officially opening in theaters at midnight and fans may want to know if they should stick around for anything after the credits.Well, we’ve heard that there are clips that are shown during the credits, as well as a special little something after the credits, so be sure to stay in your seat.he's got all those great qualities and every single one of them comes across in every line he says out loud as Peeta." The initial film, The Hunger Games, was released on March 23, 2012, and went on to become one of the highest-grossing films of the year.Hutcherson received the MTV Movie Award for "Best Male Performance".He's a really good actor, and he's very smart and confident in himself." Stella Papamichael of the BBC approved of his performance, saying that "Hutcherson's delivery is spot-on, showing a keen instinct for self-effacing humor that would make even Woody Allen feel that bit more inadequate", The film was shot on location in New Zealand for three and a half months.
Todd Gilchrist of Indiewire proclaimed of the actor's performance that "Hutcherson's maturing talents achieve a parallelism with the character's self-actualization, proving subtler and more self-aware with every resigned decision he makes on behalf of the people around him that he loves." His performance received mediocre reviews, with Mike Ryan of The Huffington Post stating that he did not really bring "anything special to the table except having a nice attitude", and John Surico of GQ remarking that "while the night didn't necessarily disappoint, it also didn't dazzle".He has served as an executive producer in Detention (2011), The Forger (2012) and Escobar: Paradise Lost (2015), while also playing a lead role in each film.He is also heavily involved in the gay–straight alliance chapter called "Straight But Not Narrow". “I had the most embarrassing moment, I think, of my entire life,” Josh said.“I haven’t really told anybody until now.” “We’re shooting this scene where he’s playing the hobo and he’s on top of the train, skiing down, and I’m nestled under him, and we’re like, ‘Whoa, this is crazy,’” Josh continued. I farted in the scene, it happened, I did it, and instead of playing it cool, Tom Hanks is like, ‘Whoa, whoa, oh my God, this kid, what the heck.’” ‘My first big movie and I just farted in his face,” Josh added.Following the film, Carrie Rickey of The Philadelphia Inquirer referred to him as the "Jodie Foster of Generation Y", remarking that with "each successive film Hutcherson dives deeper into his reservoir of shame and hurt and hope, unnerving for one so young, but also unusually urgent for an actor of any age." Gregory Ellwood of entertainment site Hit Fix stated: "Hutcherson's charismatic wit and natural instincts shine and it's arguably the first film where he proves he's more than just another sharp-looking teen actor." Lawrence, a close friend, has always spoken highly of him as an actor; in regards to his portrayal of Peeta Mellark she stated, "He's charming, he's sweet, he's down to earth, he's normal.He embodies all of it and brings it all to Peeta ...Regarding the switch from comedy-drama The Kids Are All Right to the Journey sequel, he stated: "For me, I like to do all different types of films and to go from having that awesome [indie] kind of thing that I love doing so much with great characters and a really great script to a bigger kind of studio film, to just cover the whole kind of spectrum of movies is really, really cool." it fared well commercially and his performance was well received, with Kofi Outlaw of appreciating how he "does a good job holding the screen and portraying a somewhat layered protagonist".Later in 2012, he appeared in Red Dawn, a remake of the 1984 film of the same name.The film is getting rave reviews, with a current score of 94% on Rotten Tomatoes, and is getting some awards season buzz!James Franco directed the R-rated film and also stars alongside Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Allison Brie, Josh Hutcherson, and more.