Josh Hutcherson On Why Nice Guys Finish Last

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Even if you're Team Gale — and having seen Liam Hemsworth's debonair figure in the flesh, we wouldn't blame you — you'd be crazy to not at least be play the field, and side with Team Josh Hutcherson as well.
Looking very suave in an Emporio Armani suit paired with Jimmy Choo shoes, the man who stole our hearts as Peeta Mellark proved just as dashing in real life at the London premiere of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire .
"Peeta has grown a lot since the last film," Hutcherson said of his career-making role. "For me, I've grew up a lot, too, as a person. It's nice for me to play a character who gets to develop over multiple films."
So, how does it feel to be playing the stereotypical nice guy in a one very complicated love triangle?
"I think [Peeta] could be labeled a nice guy," Hutcherson told us. "In his case, yeah, a nice guy does finish last. But a nice guy doesn't necessarily care if he finishes last because he's doing the right thing."
That said, there's no rivalry between Katniss' suitors, he swears — neither in the film nor real life.
"They both understand each of their places in Katniss' life," the actor insisted. "But me and Liam? Absolutely not. We're really good friends."
And, the fantasies continue...

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