[The trailer is] this big, dramatic build up of me walking through the streets if New York with a very serious look and a very long coat," he said. "Then I get in the middle of the park and slowly pull from my jacket a cup and ball and play it. It’s a little, funny dramatic thing. Showing what you can do in 60 seconds, 30 seconds.
—  Josh Hutcherson on his Project Imagination trailer (x)
I’m going to miss just being with everyone that much,” he said. “We are all still close and see each other on a fairly regular basis. When you are filming, it’s 12 plus hours a day for months at a time. It’s kind of sad, because you had such a great time making them, now it’s coming to a close. But also, I think everyone is ready to move on to the next stages of their careers and lives and everything.
—  Josh Hutcherson on The Hunger Games coming to a close (x)
I’m excited to shed the blonde hair!” he said. “That’s the thing that I was like, ‘Get out of here!’ Having to do touch ups all the time and get my hair redyed and bleached, was not my thing at all.
—  Josh Hutcherson on what he won’t miss about The Hunger Games. (x)
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