The 'Kingsman' star recalls he and his 'The Hunger Games' co-stars, including Liam Hemsworth, once stripped off while partying at the Berlin hotspot KitKatClub.

AceShowbiz - Josh Hutcherson has apparently spent an exciting, yet strange night in Berlin. During a visit to "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", the Peeta Mellark depicter of "The Hunger Games" trilogy recalled the time he and his co-stars, Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth, had to strip naked to get into a popular nightclub.

Complying to host Stephen Colbert's request for him to elaborate on his adventure while doing press tour for the blockbuster series, the 26-year-old actor spilled on his experience partying at the KitKatClub. "There's like these big German bouncers there," he began his recollection. "And he's like, 'No, no, no, you can not come in because it is fetish night. You have to take off your clothes.' "

The "Zathura: A Space Adventure" actor continued to dish that since he, Jennifer, Liam and his girlfriend at the time wanted to see the hotspot, they decided to follow the rule and do a "mandatory clothing check." He went on to share, "You have this idea of what like an underground Berlin nightclub would be with no clothing. I have a feeling it's not what the reality of the situation was. Because it was, like, geriatric."

"It was so strange. I'm not even kidding you," Josh pressed on. "It was like literally like old, old, old, people like raving with jangling bits everywhere. There was a guy walking around fully naked and he had like a leather strap and it was holding things up. And he was just like walking around, literally, full old man posture, plucking on his little guitar." He added, "It was fun. We didn't stay long."

During the visit, Josh also talked about his series titled "Future Man". Since the web series deals with time travelling, he was asked where he would go to if he could time-travel. "I would want to do like New York City in the 50s with like the Patti Smith crowd just to see what that was like," he responded. "I would want to do prehistoric times just to see what it was like before we started it screw it all up. And then I'd jump like 15 years from now to see if anything's left!"

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