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I like both athletic girls and girlie girls. It depends on their personality. I like girls who can go out and play sports with me and throw the football around, but you don`t want a girl who`s too much tougher than you.

crack my neck and fingers all the time, but for some reason, whenever I hear someone cracking their ankles, I say, "Eww! There`s something wrong with you!"

I could not eat the stuff they eat on Fear Factor. The thought of eating bugs, worms or anything else alive is just gross!

used to have two imaginary friends named Hamo and Damo. One of them was pink, and the other was blue. I don`t know why they were named Hamo and Damo, but we`d sing Barney songs together, as embarrassing as that is!

I used to be obsessed with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles when I was younger. So obsessed that every time I`d walk over a drain, I`d bend over and say, "Hi, turtles!"

When I was like, 5 years old, I used to have really bad nightmares about the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz. In my dream, I would open my eyes and look out the window, and she would be there! I`d wake up scared to death, just screaming and yelling.

(about acting) This is it for me. I want to try directing too, whenever that comes. I have a book that I’m interested in, and I possibly want to try to adapt the screenplay myself. I figure I can adapt a book and then have somebody come in and completely fix it for me. But, you know, I want to try some directing someday, and I am definitely going to stick with acting

(about co-star and friend AnnaSophia Robb) I don`t know how we didn`t get sick of each other, to be honest with you. We were together on the set, we were staying in the same room for long periods, and then we were together away from set. I don’t know how I dealt with her.

(about one of his most embarrassing moments) I was on a date, and we were sitting at dinner. I tried to put my arm around her; I was doing the yarn thing where you lift your arms up. As I did that, I hit the table and spilled a drink.

Every time I read anything, whether it be a book, a script or anything, I automatically imagine myself as the boy in the plot. I don’t know why. Seriously, anything, if I’m reading a magazine article or whatever, I picture myself as the kid people are talking about. It’s really weird. I don’t know why I do that.

Filming RV was so much fun. We had an amazing cast! We all got along so well, and since it was on location, we all did tons of stuff together away from the set and became great friends. Working with Robin (Williams) is like watching him do stand-up constantly! It was so unbelievable to watch him do amazing improv. What was fun was getting to improv along with him because I love to do that, and the fact that I got to do it with Robin Williams still blows my mind.

(about the friends who have given him a hard time about his rope-swinging scenes in "Bridge to Terabithia") One of my friends said to me, "Dude, maybe sometime, do you want to go rope swinging or something?" And I didn`t get it at first, so I was like, "What?" And he said, "You know, go rope swinging," I was like, "Where?" and he was like, "Oh, just any old river valley type of thing," and I was like, "Oh, shut up!"

Imagination is an important part of everybody`s life. With today`s kids, imagination is lost because kids play so many video games, and it`s bad for that. My little brother plays a lot, and I was always outside playing Army, rolling around on the ground, playing with squirt guns and playing kickball. I think kids need to do that more often.

They mean the world to me. Without the fans, I wouldn`t have a job. When people hire you for a movie, they want to hire you because you`re going to bring an audience to their film. If I didn`t have people out there who enjoyed watching me as an actor, I wouldn`t get hired. Nobody would want to see the movie!

Im not really sure yet. I`m going to kind of take the ride and see how it goes. I`m open to doing all sorts of things. I love doing comedies and dramas. Anything that comes my way, I`m open to it. If it`s a good script and everything`s right, I`ll pursue it.

I`ve learned a lot throughout the years that I`ve worked with all these great actors and everything. One of the biggest things I`ve learned on every shoot is patience. It takes so much patience to be an actor. There will be days when you`ll come in at 6 in the morning, and you`ll sit around all day long and maybe only do one shot. You just have to bear with them. You just have to keep your head on straight during that time. You can`t get lazy or tired. You have to really make sure that you stay in character, even when you have those long days.

I still live in Kentucky. I was born and raised in Kentucky, and I still live there. I think that`s the best thing for me--to kind of keep a level head. When I go back home, I have a completely normal life. I have my friends, I`m on a basketball team, I go to the mall, and we just do normal kid things. It`s kind of nice to kind of escape the whole movie world and just become a normal kid again.

It`s not all glamour. I learned that right away. I thought getting into acting would be a breeze, and nice and easy. I thought, "How hard could it be?" I`ve done 11 movies now (as of 2007), and I`ve learned that every single character has different challenges. On set, it`s not all fun and games. I have to do school and work long hours on set, as well. All that stuff kind of combines together. It`s not as easy as it seems. That was the biggest shocker to me.

Bailee Madison plays my little sister (in Bridge to Terabithia,) and as you can see, she is just the most adorable little kid on the face of the Earth! She was amazing in the movie. One day, I was playing and she was filming a scene, and I didn`t realize that, and I saw her crying and I was like, "Bailee, what`s wrong? Are you okay?" She`s like, "Yeah, I`m just getting ready for my scene!" She`s the most grown up little person I`ve ever met. I actually don`t think I`ve met anyone like her in my life. I love her so much--she`s like the little sister I don`t have

I love New Zealand! There`s a big volcano, and the sunrise is beautiful.

: (about what he looks for in a girl) I like brainy girls who can respond to what I`m saying.

I think the corniest souvenir I bought was a golden Oscar statue that said "Best Teacher," and I gave it to her when I got back to school. I think I was hoping she`d be nice and not give me too much homework!

(about some rapping that he did for a special feature on the "RV" DVD) Well, actually, the rapping came before the acting. Only by a month or so. It`s a long story, but the short end is that when I was around 9, I think, I opened for the boy band O-town. Well not all by myself, but, with Rich Cronin (lead singer for LFO). I did, like, two rap songs with him on stage in front of a few thousand people. It was awesome, but I think I`ll stick with acting!

(about "Bridge to Terabithia" director Gabor Csupo) Gabor is so awesome. He has the biggest heart of any director I think I have ever worked with, and he is just so caring; he`s so nice

(about watching his own movies) I am very critical of myself. I can never just sit back and enjoy the movie. I find myself critiquing myself a lot, like "I said that weird," or "That was a weird face," or "I have a funky hair thing going on there." Stuff like that just bugs me.

(about his favorite movie) It`s really hard for me to answer this question. I get asked a lot about what my favorite movie is and why, and that`s hard because it changes as I see more and more movies, plus it kinda depends on what kind of mood you`re in. So, let`s see, if I had to pick just one all time favorite movie, I guess it would probably be, this may sound crazy, but it`s The Fast and the Furious. It`s a fun movie to watch, and I love cars

Yeah, that`s what I love doing. I love doing roles and movies that are different from each other. That`s kind of why I like to be an actor, because I get to play different characters and pretend I`m different people going through different situations. Getting to do different genres of movies means you`re gonna have different types of situations and stuff like that. So I want to try and do every type of genre there is out there

(about his favorite part of filming "Firehouse Dog") Oh man, I think getting to work with the dogs. I love dogs. Getting to work with them on set every single day was awesome. The problem is that my dog got jealous. I was spending so much time on set with the other dog, that he was like, "Hey man, what`s up? What`s going on?

(when asked why he was attracted to the script for "Firehouse Dog") For some reason, it had such a great feel to me. It was unlike any other dog movie, because it had such a cool storyline. It was so different than any other dog movie I had ever seen and ever heard of. That`s what really attracted me to it is that it was so unique.

(about the movie "RV") Robin Williams played my dad; he is so incredible to work with. He never stops and never turns it off. I love to improvise, so working with him was so much fun because we`d start doing a scene, and it would never be the same thing twice

I love what I do, and I can`t imagine ever wanting to do anything else, except maybe direct. So, as long as I am able to, I want to keep acting.

(about Robert Patrick, his on-screen father in "Bridge to Terabithia") He is the most giving actor I`ve ever worked with. He`s such a big inspiration to me. He`s helpful and shares ideas and, being a younger actor than him, I can learn so much.

Imagination is an important part of everybody`s life. With today`s kids, imagination is lost because kids play so many video games, and it`s bad for that. My little brother plays a lot, and I was always outside playing Army, rolling around on the ground, playing with squirt guns and playing kickball. I think kids need to do that more often.

(about getting his start as an actor) I had to beg and beg my parents since I was 3 or 4 years old, and they said, "Why not play sports?" They heard all this negative stuff about Hollywood and being an actor. Finally, they opened the Yellow Pages and we met with an acting coach, and to this day, I have never had an acting class in my life. They tried me out there and suggested I go to pilot season in Los Angeles. I was so excited and begged and begged and begged, and so they took me out for one pilot season. I got a pilot, and things took off from there and never stopped.

I got a lot of crap from kids in school when I first started acting. I didn`t understand that, because it was something I loved doing, but I learned that you just don`t let it bother you. I didn`t understand what they were laughing about. I just ignored it.

(about actress Charlie Ray, who played his love interest in "Little Manhattan") She was really, really good, and it was really cool because I was involved with this movie before it actually became a movie. They were still developing the script and everything. I was there to read with all the different girls, and I got to have my opinion on which girl. Yeah, the thing is, I said that Charlie was one of my favorites, so that was really cool. I was so shocked when I found out that was her first audition ever because she was really so good.

(when asked about his favorite movie that he has filmed) That`s really hard because I`ve really liked each of them for a different reason. All around, probably Zathura. That was awesome because of all the stunts and cool ways that they filmed it. They used 3 different sets. One shook like a 9.2 earthquake, one tilted at a 45 degree angle, and the other was still. Also, it was all in the same place so once we got there, we got to do cool stuff with the trailer for Halloween and Christmas and stuff like that. It was a lot of fun

I really did cry in the movie. It`s what you have to do when you`re in character. A lot of people want to know how I make myself cry like that. Well, when I was younger, I would just think of something really sad in my life and cry, but now, what I do is just really get into my character. If it`s a situation where my character would cry, then I just think like I am them and make myself cry.

If I`m not working and I`m home then I`m always on the go playing football or going out with my friends. I don`t sit still much.

I like my hair much better long.

Working with Robin is like watching Robin do stand-up constantly!

Filming Zathura was the best experience of my whole life.

I feel much better here on Earth and much safer!

I have a little brother and I understand how Danny got on his nerves.

I just love to do anything physical.

Josh Hutcherson: (about the box office success of "Bridge to Terabithia") Nobody really expected that. Everyone expected it to do okay, but no one expected it to do as well as it did, and that's great. It's a good movie, and it has good lessons in it, and it's just nice for that kind of thing to get out there for people to see. I think it is really cool because throughout the movie, especially Jess, my character, has such a big character arc. He goes from being really reserved, all his emotions inside of him, being so closed off to everything in the world, and then Leslie comes into his life, and it opens everything up. (tv.com)

Josh Hutcherson: (about co-star and friend AnnaSophia Robb) I don't know how we didn't get sick of each other, to be honest with you. We were together on the set, we were staying in the same room for long periods, and then we were together away from set. I don’t know how I dealt with her. (tv.com)

Josh Hutcherson: (about the emotional themes in "Bridge to Terabithia") I had an interview this one time, and the woman said that the movie was a good conversation starter. She kind of wanted talk to her children about the themes presented in the movie, but she didn’t know when or how, so watching it is kind of a good way for parents to talk to their children about some of those things that need to be talked about. I think that is a cool thing about the movie. But at the same time, I do understand some people go into it not expecting that, and they can be a little shocked. They can be like, "Oh crap, my kid just saw that, and now I’m going to have to talk to them about it." But I think that it is a positive thing. I think it is important, and parents will embrace the opportunity. ' (tv.com)

Josh Hutcherson: As an actor, you imagine every single day on set. So, as we already use our imaginations every day anyway, we just have to stretch it out just a little bit farther and imagine that, not only are we different people, but we’re in an entirely different world. Sure, it can be hard sometimes, but you just have to use your imagination and rely upon everyone else to give you the right tools you need to make it seem real. (tv.com)

Josh Hutcherson: (about acting) This is it for me. I want to try directing too, whenever that comes. I have a book that I’m interested in, and I possibly want to try to adapt the screenplay myself. I figure I can adapt a book and then have somebody come in and completely fix it for me. But, you know, I want to try some directing someday, and I am definitely going to stick with acting (tv.com)


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