The Hunger Games Cast Walk Red Carpet In London!
Josh, Jen & Liam were in the capital for the UK premiere of the flick...
Speaking of his brother, Liam told BANG Showbiz: "It's great that Chris is here to support me tonight. He is six and a half years older than me. I wouldn't be acting if it wasn't for him. I've learnt a lot of what I know from him. He's one of my biggest role models."As for his co-stars, the 22-year old hunk had nothing but praise for Lawrence and Hutcherson, stating: "The whole cast were great to work with. Jennifer was amazing and she is extremely humble and very down to earth and really funny. She will have no problem coping with the hype."
With The Hunger Games expected to smash box office records worldwide, Lawrence claimed she is preparing herself for the dizzy heights of superstardom - much like the level experienced by Twilight actress, Kristen Stewart.
The 21-year old, who plays Katniss Everdeen in the movie, explained to the Daily Mail: "I'm glad I took the role but I was absolutely right about the privacy. It infuriates me but I’ve got to realise this is my new life."
Lawrence also addressed the decision to axe some gory footage in order to make the movie suitable for a 12A audience, telling The Telegraph: "The violence and the brutality is the heart of the film, because it's what gets the people angry to start an uprising and to start a revolution and no wars start with watered down kind of [laughs] cut and candy views on some things.
"So, yes, I do think the violence and brutality is justified, but I understand if everybody has a different standards for ratings,"
Her co-star Josh Hutcherson added: "I think kids are more mature than they have been over the years and I think that the whole idea was to make this movie and stay true to the book without alienating audiences.
"So Gary Ross [the director] did it in a way where he didn't make the violence, glorify it at all. It's not overly gruesome or brutal but it is part of the story in some way,"
The Hunger Games hits UK cinemas on 23rd March! We can't wait…