While Hutcherson says that the tender scene between Peeta and Katniss is his favorite, Jennifer Lawrence confesses that she loves every scene featuring the majestic Capitol.
Josh Hutcherson recently opened up about which one is his most favorite monumental scene in "The Hunger Games". While there are a lot of iconic moments that will be adapted from the Suzanne Collins book, the Peeta Mellark depicter admitted that he is most excited with the cave scene between his character and Katniss Everdeen.
"I was excited for the cave scene," Hutcherson shared to MTV News. "I always thought, at least for me, it was the most character-driven part of the story where you really saw Katniss and Peeta's relationship take a big turn and come to fruitition, if you will."
While Hutcherson picked the cave scene, in which Peeta and Katniss share tender moment during the deadly game, as his favorite one, Jennifer Lawrence admitted that she has no idea about which scene that she likes most.
"I didn't know what scenes we were doing until the day I showed up," the Oscar nominee said with a wry smile. "But there were a couple days where I read the call sheet and thought, 'Oh, that's going to be a fun scene."
Still, Lawrence gushed that she loves every scene involving the Capitol. "Everything in the Capitol for me. Every time we showed up in a Capitol scene, I was so blown away," she said. "Everything was more than you could have imagined."
Hutcherson chimed in, "The thing that's cool about the Capitol stuff is that so much of it is practical. Like, the whole apartment scene was all a set they built, which was super-incredibly futuristic and amazing. Just to see how that is integrated into the whole green-screen world, as well, is going to be really, really cool."
"The Hunger Games" follows Katniss who replaces her sister Prim in a fight-to-the-death annual event sponsored by the Panem government. Pitted against highly-trained competitors who have prepared for these games their entire lives, Katniss is forced to rely upon her sharp instincts as well as the mentorship of drunken former victor Haymitch Abernathy to survive in the game.
The highly anticipated film will open wide in the U.S. theaters on March 23. Its Super Bowl trailer, meanwhile, has just been released last Thursday, February 2.