When asked what he expects fans to take away from the action thriller, Liam Hemsworth brought up his favorite charity. "I am an ambassador for the Australian childhood foundation which is all about protecting children from getting abused," he said. "A big part of this is kids that are going through horrific things, so I hope people can take something away from that."
The actor also tells THR what weapon he would want with him if he was forced to participate in a real Hunger Games.
Josh Hutcherson 'Hunger Games' Premiere
Actor Josh Hutcherson speaks about his new life in the spotlight at The Hunger Games premiere. He also empathizes with the characters saying, "What these characters have to go through to survive is amazing and makes me feel like I appreciate more what I have."
The actor also tells THR what tool he would want with him if he was forced to participate in a real Hunger Games.
Gary Ross 'Hunger Games' Premiere
Director of The Hunger GamesGary Ross talks about what he thinks was important in getting the film correctly translated from the books. He adds, "It's also very emotional and you connect to it. Above all else I wanted to keep it real."
What Would You Bring in to the Hunger Games?
From The Hunger Games premiere we ask the cast and crew what tool they would bring in to the hunger games and why.
Find out who would bring in a bow and arrow and who replied that they would bring in a martini shaker.
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