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It appears Josh Hutcherson’s on-screen love has also become his off-screen crush.
The 30-year-old recently squashed rumors that she is secretly dating Josh Hutcherson. Hutcherson would continue to nurture a career in young adult cinema, appearing in the tween-favorite Circue du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant in 2009, and Detention in 2010, before signing on for the highly anticipated big-screen adaptation of the successful fantasy-adventure young adult book franchise The Hunger Games in 2012, which became one of the biggest box office successes of that year. She brought you something special when she came here, didn't she? That same year he had another hit with the special effects-heavy adventure film Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Its going to list new releases and review albums from bands that nobody's heard of except for me and if they have I'll just dismiss them with scathing comparisons to avant-garde folk rockers. The native Kentucky actor confessed his feelings regarding Lawrence when he was asked if it’s possible for a man and a woman to be “just friends.” “Absolutely,” said Hutcherson, adding, “but there’s often a natural inclination to want more.”While Hutcherson confirmed he is not actually dating Lawrence, commenting on his relationship with his “Paradise Lost” co-star turned girlfriend, actress Claudia Traisac, he did discuss his affinity for romancing his co-stars.“As far as I’m concerned, you’re both actors, you understand each other’s lifestyle,” said Hutcherson, adding, “It’s a very natural thing to have happen.”This isn’t the first time Hutcherson has hinted at having romantic feelings toward the Oscar-winner.He played Markl in the English-language version of Hayao Miyazaki's Howl's Moving Castle (alongside screen vets Lauren Bacall, Christian Bale, Billy Crystal, and others) and a Hero Boy -- one of many -- in Robert Zemeckis' CG-animated holiday picture The Polar Express.
That same year, Hutcherson topped these efforts with additional small-screen voice-over work in the episode of the televised animated series Justice League Unlimited entitled "For the Man Who Has Everything."Hutcherson tackled a three major roles in 2005, beginning that spring with a supporting role as Bucky, the son of dictatorial boys' soccer coach Robert Duvall (and the half-brother of Will Ferrell) in Jesse Dylan's family-oriented sports comedy Kicking & Screaming.
In that film, Hutcherson played an adolescent who teams up with the titular canine to resurrect a dilapidated firehouse. I mean, I'm sure I would just like anyone else when the time came but I just keep wishing I could think of a way to show them, that they don't own me.
And in the summer 2008 release Journey 3-D (produced under the working title Journey to the Center of the Earth, and a contemporized adaptation of the Verne novel), the young actor portrays the nephew of a geologist played by Brendan Fraser, with whom he discovers a passageway to a "lost" universe at the Earth's core. It doesn't make any sense, but it's not your fault, Jess.
Later that same year, Hutcherson tackled his first lead with premier billing in Mark Levin's Wonder Years-style coming-of-age dramedy Little Manhattan; in that film, the actor played Gabe, an 11-year-old boy from the New York upper crust who must contend with a newfound crush on a girl in his class (Charlie Ray), against the backdrop of his parents' tentative split.
(That film also marked Hutcherson's first onscreen appearance alongside his younger brother, Connor.) Concurrent with the release of Little Manhattan, Hutcherson received second billing after Jonah Bobo, as Walter, the eldest of two siblings, in Jon Favreau's underrated family-friendly sci-fi thriller Zathura (adapted, like The Polar Express, from a Chris Van Allsburg tale).
“I’d say there’s a natural stirring that happens in your body,” said Hutcherson.