Injured Josh Hutcherson Spotted on Crutches While on the Beach in Mexico

The actor portraying Peeta Mellark in 'The Hunger Games' film series was previously caught on camera using a knee walker while exiting Guitar Center in Los Angeles in October.

AceShowbiz - Josh Hutcherson didn't let his injury stop him from enjoying his getaway. Earlier this month, the Peeta Mellark depicter in "The Hunger Games" film series was spotted on crutches while walking along a beach in Tulum, Mexico.

In a picture surfacing online, the 29-year-old was seen walking alone by the beach. For the outing, he opted to go with a tie-dye T-shirt and a pair of black shorts. His left leg, meanwhile, was set in a heavy cast.

Josh has yet to offer more details about his injury. However, back in October, he was filmed using a knee walker while exiting Guitar Center in Los Angeles. His left leg was encased in a cast up to his knee at that time.

The "Zathura: A Space Adventure" star wore a casual outfit for the occasion. He donned a white T-shirt, a pair of black shorts, and a while sneaker for his right foot. He completed his look with a blue hat and a black face mask.

Josh has been keeping a low profile since starring in "The Hunger Games" film series alongside Jennifer Lawrence. When speaking to Entertainment Weekly in May 2020, he claimed that he wanted to avoid a big role following the sci-fi/action franchise.

"Obviously the benefit of having more projects come your way is great. But when I set out to become an actor at 8, being famous and being recognized was not on my radar," he pointed out. "I just wanted to make movies."

"That naivete followed me until 'The Hunger Games' slapped me in the face. It's hard for anybody to digest, especially being a kid from Kentucky. It made me realize the kind of actor I wanted to be," he added. "The idea of doing big, big projects that make you even more well-known doesn't sound as appetizing. If that opportunity came up again, I would have to think about it more."

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