Josh Hutcherson for Nylon Guys Magazine

Posted on March 02, 2012

Because that Hunger Games juggernaut isn’t going to stop until we all have it tattooed on our foreheads, Josh Hutcherson puts on cute-boy clothes for Nylon and semi-pouts in a totally non-threatening way.

Josh Hutcherson featured in the March 2012 issue of Nylon Guys magazine.

On his Kentucky roots: “I have a couch on my front porch, Christmas lights up year-round, and a Jack Daniels pool table. I’m tried-and-true Kentucky blue.

On reading “The Hunger Games” books: “I tore through them in like five days – I loved it. And I loved Peeta. It was scary to me how much I connected with Peeta. He had this belief that no matter what circumstances you’re put into, you maintain being true to yourself, and that’s one of my golden morals. In this business especially, you have a lot of opportunities to be fake. When Peeta goes into the games, he’s not going to let it change who he is. And I’m going into the game of the acting world, and I’m not going to let it change who I am.”

On his desire to direct someday: “I’ve always wanted to get behind the camera, but it takes a lot of time. I don’t want to half-ass it.”

On lending support to Straight But Not Narrow: “To have a ‘manly man guy’ come out and say, ‘Yeah guys, being gay is totally cool,’ I think this is getting the message out there that it makes you more of a man to be comfortable with who you are and what you believe in.”

Wait… did he just call himself a “manly man guy?” Not that we don’t appreciate the support, Josh, but have a little self-awareness, son.

Still, it’s cute-boy clothes on a cute boy (not a manly man), which will certainly appeal to the 12 to 18-year-old female demographic, which is very keen on cute boys and the Hunger Games right now, apparently. Thus, cute boy, cute-boy clothes, and The Hunger Games all become more popular and these young girls will presumably run out into the street and throw money around in rapturous glee. Or something like that. All we know is, he’s taking his place in the marketing blitz poledancing line, and modeling cute-boy clothes sure beats having your face on a Big Gulp cup, right?

On second thought, those clothes are pretty boring. Clearly, they’re trying to appeal to dull girls between the ages of 12 and 18 with this one.


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  • fiestyfashionfem

    Now TLo (lifting my right eyebrow and tilting my head) – don’t you be so harsh about his masculinity.  He’s a cute “boy” to you, but to himself and legions of other girls (and some boys) he is indeed “manly.”  And, god knows, we need more guys to challenge homophobia and the false assumptions about what it means to be a man.  But, I agree with you about the clothes – BORING.

    • Claudia Berry

      word, and as Peeta he’s pretty kick ass, even when half-dead.  the clothes suck ass, though.

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    • kentiesgirl

      Why am I writing in blue? Still getting used to disqus, if anyone knows how to turn the blue off, It would be appreciated. Anyway….I think it is more important to have teen demo actors and actual (not famous) teenage straight boys to be saying “being gay is totally cool”. ‘Manly’ ( i’m taking it that TLo meant more older? ) men are important, athletes especially, but younger kids listen to other youngsters, or people who play characters they identify with. That being said, I agree with fff; I know he *is* manly to younger boys and girls even though I see young’un when I look at him. This is about the clothes though, so-they were so boring that I just remember that quote. Agree w/Tlo.

      • kentiesgirl

        Oh good, it didn’t come out blue. But still, what’s going on? Weird.

    • miwome

       I also think, while I’d agree he’s not Manly, he certainly comes off very straight. I think that’s more what he was trying to get at?

      • Tom and Lorenzo

        Oh, so he’s equating “manly” with “straight.”

        That’s MUCH better.

        • Andrea Lentz

          I just realized I can like comments on here. yesssssssssssss.

          • kentiesgirl

            HeeHee…luv the enthusiasm 😀

            I feel that way every time I figure out something else about how to comment on here.

      • kentiesgirl

         I certainly frigging hope not.

  • Hanorah Vanni

    Can. not. wait. for this movie. It’s going to be so intense. About time we had a blockbuster franchise with a female protagonist! That is, one who is not completely codependent and insanely man-obsessed. And no vampires! Thank god.

    • kentiesgirl

      Oh me too! My bundle of kids need to see that not sitting around thinking about how ‘beautiful’ *wincing remembering the books* your possible killer is is totally boring and silly compared to strength and self reliance. And that it’s not okay or romantic to beat the junk out of your partner during sex cause you can’t help it. Ugh and double ugh.

    • KathKo

      me too ! She’s such a kickass girl, so refreshing.

    • julnyes

       Very excited as well, though we will be getting a female lead with PTSD in the sequels :)

  • jeneria

    Granted, I’m outside the targeted demo, but this kid looks nothing like the way Peeta was described in the book.  He is so far off the mark, that it’s dashed my hopes for the movie being any good.

    • Sobaika Mirza

      Don’t look up promotional stills – he looks super goofy as a blonde. 

      But he does have that nice-boy thing associated with Peeta, no?

      • kentiesgirl

         I agree, I think he has the flavor, so they say, of Peeta, if not the literal look.

      • Mich

        i actually thought whoever did his peeta coloring did a good job. i had no idea it was the same guy when i saw the journey 2 movie previews (with the rock’s power pecs of love, which almost but not quite made me want to see it). i guess i’m in the minority?

      • miwome

         I agree he looks better as a brunet, but I do think they do a good job of making him look more like Peeta in the previews (he looks WAY better in the previews than he does in stills). I was very doubtful when the magazine covers started coming out, but now that I’ve seen the actual previews I feel much better about it.

    • Rebecca

       I had the same thought!

    • natalia h

       He’s just not blonde. But he’s short, the’s stocky, he has a humble face and he’s charming. That’s Peeta.

    • MaryMG

       Me too – he looks nothing like I imagined Peeta would. Doesn’t look like he could throw around 100-pounds bags of flour.

    • NinaBoo

      I feel the same way about Jennifer Lawrence.  Don’t get me wrong, I like her a lot.  But Katniss was described as having olive skin, black hair, and grey eyes.  There isn’t one actress who fits that description more closely?  If there isn’t, we have a much bigger problem…

      • kentiesgirl

         Ya know, I had that same first impression. Pretty sure there are PLENTY of young actresses who have olive skin and black hair. But that’s a whole ‘nother thing, isn’t it?

      • Spicytomato1

        I thought Hailey Steinfeld would have made the perfect Katniss. Sigh.

        • Cassie

          I thought so too – she’s so spunky and can do that kind of feral look.

      • hearkentoit

         I also think all the actors are a little too old. I know it makes it easier legally to cast actors who aren’t minors, but a key point of the Hunger Games is the visceral awfulness of having teenagers—and even children as young as twelve—fight to the death. Having them all look like college students kills it a little.

        I can let Jennifer Lawrence slide because she’s a good enough actress that I know she’ll nail it despite not being the Katniss of my imagination, but Josh Hutcherson… let’s just say he has some work to do. The most important Peeta quality is charisma. I can forgive the look if he has that.

      • KathKo

        I guess (and I jope) it’s more about the way she embodies the character than the looks she’s supposed to have. She passed the audition, so the staff might have seen her as the best Katniss of the bunch. That’s how I see it.
        I prefer a good pale skinned and angry girl to a dull olive skin with grey eyes one.

  • Jessica Pippin

    I like the jackets…and that’s about it. I don’t know what to say about his outfit in the first photo. Weird! 

  • Blair Sylvester

    My complaint is not so much boring as oddly styled. Its just so I pulled clothes of my bedroom floor in the dark and this is what i came up with more than a coherent look or narrative. that being said i really love that leather jacket .

  • Blair Sylvester

    also machine guns pointing to your package?

    • Lori

      Those aren’t machine guns. The one on our right appears to be a feather duster. The one on the left is less clear. A pipe wrench maybe? I have no idea why anyone would put that on a T-shirt, but I’m old so there are a lot of t-shirts I don’t get.

      • VermillionSky

        machine guns, feather duster.. same difference 😉

      • Rins

        Maybe there’s a new “Clue” murder weapon-inspired sportswear line we don’t know about out.  

  • Me Again

    I wish they let him keep his natural hair color for the movie.  Did Peeta really have to be blond?

    • kristel

      I’m not that bothered by films messing around with the looks of the characters from a book, but further up the thread you’ll see people already complaining about ‘couldn’t they have found a olive skinned/brown haired/blond-haired/etc. to play Katniss/Peeta/the man in the moon?’ 

      I’m more concerned that they get the feeling of the characters and the books right. But I guess we’ll see. 

      • kentiesgirl

         I agree about getting the feel of the characters right; I think Peeta’s casting is fine. My problem with Katniss’ casting is that she has so-called ‘minority’ looks, and Hollywood has a very long history of not giving main parts (especially in big budget films) to actresses that aren’t white.

        I mean, the book makes a point that the merchant classes are blond and blue eyed, while the coal miners “all look related” due to the hair, eye, and skin tone. It’s a pretty big point the author’s making.

    • Heather Waddell

      I don’t know if this will be as clear in the movie, but the correlation between race and class is a big deal in the books. The author makes a point of how the poorer kids in the area have similar coloring/features (olive skin, dark hair, dark eyes) and the merchant/upper-class kids tend to be paler, blonder, etc.  So it’s important if they’re emphasizing that facet of the books. 

      Or even if they’re just trying to satisfy the people who are worried about the movie making too many changes. From the beginning there have been tons of reassurances from the production team that they’re sticking as close to the source as possible, and since most of what’s coming out first is visuals, they obviously wanted to give the fewest possible chances to point and say, “They’re already changing things! Peeta is blond! Shun them!”

      Either way, It’s a choice I get behind. I think he looks better brunette, but he doesn’t look *that* bad as a blond. For a while I couldn’t figure out which was his natural hair color, so it can’t look too unnatural.

  • MelonTheCollie

    How old is he? He looks about fourteen.

    But hey, at least he isn’t a sparkly vampire.

  • Cassie

    He’s adorable, but Nylon Guys always sounds to me like it’s a magazine for & about guys made out of nylon. Shouldn’t there be a colon in there or something?

    • Catherine Katz

      Hahaha!  Yep.  Incorrect punctuation usage makes the whole thing read wrong.  It absolutely needs a colon…  

  • DeborahLipp

    He’s manly standing next to the OTHER cute boys of the same age.

    Think of Leo DiCaprio in 1998. He’s WAY manly by comparison.

    • natalia h

      I could only think of Justin Bieber, so now I understand.

    • Sara Munoz

      True that.

  • Jennifer Peters-Ahnberg

    Well, bless him anyway. His snuggly little heart’s in the right place. But I’ll be snickering into my popcorn, thinking about him as a Manly Man.

  • abfidy

    He’s a surprisingly good actor though, that is for sure. He was fantastic in The Kids Are Alright. 

    And not to get all political, but I agree with him that the Straight But Not Narrow campaign is a great statement. Because while the It Gets Better thing is a nice idea, it makes two negative assumptions that aren’t presents in the Straight But Not Narrow campaign: namely that the people who need to be addressed are the young gay community, not the young straight community that ostracizes them, and also that the young gay community it wants to connect to thinks waiting ten years for things to be less difficult sounds like a good idea. Straight But Not Narrow addresses both the gay and straight communities and it’s message is that it is cool right NOW to be an ally. That’s an awesome thing to hear coming from a conventionally attractive athletic straight boy. Go Josh.

    • kentiesgirl

      They’re both things that are needed in different ways though. So much is needed that anything that makes this country a better place for ALL people is good for me, whatever it’s flaws.

      I REALLY appreciate SBNN’s message, and hope that the kids in diapers now will think, as adults, how crazy it was that it was ever needed.

      • Sophia Vaccaro

        Oh, totally agree with both of you. Love him, and think SBNN is great. 

      • hi_fives

        I teach high school now in an urban area in the midwest (as urban as the midwest gets, I mean) and I’m proud to say that many of my students just act baffled when I try to explain that when I was in high school ten years ago, girls weren’t allowed to take other girls to prom as their dates, and boys weren’t allowed to take boys. Even the more conservative ones frequently mention that they don’t get why anyone’s against gay marriage. We have a number of out students, some students with nontraditional gender presentation, and an active GSA that participated in the Pride parade.

        It certainly isn’t 100% perfect here–kids still use “gay”/”fag” as insults, although when I call them on it, the usually apologize instead of arguing, which is a change over the last five years–but we don’t seem to have much anti-gay bullying. I know we’re not necessarily representative but I definitely share your hope, kentiesgirl, and I can say that in my experience, the high school students I interact with seem to think heterocentrism makes about as much sense as racial segregation (i.e., none at all).

        So that’s nice. :)

        • kentiesgirl

           Sounds like you and your colleagues are really working at making a supportive, accepting environment and I applaud you for it. Not all schools are even close to that, but I appreciate every one of them that is.

          Thanks for what you do.

    • Sara Munoz

      Yes, but a lot of It Gets Better is not necessarily about “Get Over the Bullying”. It also addresses the shame, self-hate and feeling of isolation tearing many of these kids up. THAT’S what gets better. “You will come to accept yourself and find love and it will get better.”

      My two cents.

      • kentiesgirl

        I whole-heartedly agree with you. The entire reason I finally started typing was because of the similar issues.

        I know IGB helps LGBT youth. All it takes is a minute or two of hope to give enough time for someone else to wake up; to get that text or see that note and respond.

        I know a lot of ppl on this site have problems with IGB and since I just started commenting after years of reading, I didn’t want to rock the boat, I guess. But you articulated exactly what I feel, so I couldn’t help but applaud :)

  • holdmewhileimnaked

    did this guy really spend time deciding upon having golden morals &, if so, what exactly they would be?
    the rest of his interview, sans the manly man business, is fine. it’s even fine that he’s a member [no pun intended] of straight not narrow. but i wonder about the morals & their elements.

    otoh, i also wonder about the shirt second from the bottom. has it got a panther on it or a bunch of ink stains? a panther made from a bunch of ink stains? the shirt pattern equivalent of ac/dc maybe? not the band.

  • natalia h

    The clothes are super boring, yup, but he’s adorbs (I’ve been watching his movies for years and years, and he was what? 6?).

    I’m so happy he was cast as Peeta (he was my choice, so yay). I really hope they made a good movie.

  • Ms_Flyover

    I am too old to appreciate this post.  I just want to ask him if his homework is done.

    • Ogden1990

      I’m with you. I am going to forward this post to my teen daughters who will LOVE it and join the ranks of teen girls who will run into the street throwing rapturous, gleeful money with glee at this rapturous movie – or whatever T&L said they’d do.

  • hughman

    When did that pose in the third pic down – the “raising your arms to adjust your hoody” – become the de rigueur pose for any male celebrity or model in one of these shoots? It’s like male duck face. 

    • kimmeister

      I’m so happy you spelled “de rigueur” correctly!  I see it misspelled more often than not.

      • hughman

        LOL. I’m not an animal. 😉

        • Charlotte Horseman

          Enjoying!  😉

  • mjude

    manly man…LOL

  • Pants_are_a_must

    Well, I certainly hope he’s more interesting in the movie than in here. This editorial is a nice, visual nap.

    • Lisa

      I thought it was just me.  As I’ve gotten older, younger guys like this just don’t appeal to me the way they used to – I think Dan Rad is the only guy half my age who I find seriously cute.  So anyway, my point being, I didn’t know if it was just me or if he was just really boring.  I lean towards that he’s boring.

      • Pants_are_a_must

        You know, I think it’s the same thing as it was with Robert Pattinson. They’re bland to the beyond-pubescents, but I’m sure there are 15 year olds who think he’s deep or something.

    • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

      am now going to steal the phrase “visual nap.”  

  • j_anson

    Oh, geez. This is clearly not a very self-aware kid.

    • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

      but he’s a hell of a lot more courageous than many.  

  • GorgeousThings

    “To have a ‘manly man guy’ come out and
    say, ‘Yeah guys, being gay is totally cool,’ I think this is getting the
    message out there that it makes you more of a man to be comfortable
    with who you are and what you believe in.”

    I just want to squeeze his little punim. That’s such a little-boy-growing-into-manhood statement (and I say that as the mother of two boys). The self awareness will come. It has to all of us, it will to our sons and daughters.

    • girliecue

      Ok, so I’m a little hormonal right now, but your post just brought tears to my eyes. Don’t we all just want children to grow up to be good Bitter Kittens? And aren’t we so, SO proud when they do?

      • GorgeousThings

         Yes – it’s what we all hope for. Here’s to the next generation!

      • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

        Hey, my son is a ballet dancer (aged 12).  He said he’s not gay, but “If I was gay, I would be with Matthew (aged 14) because he’s so kind to everyone.  He’s like Lucy from the Narnia books – he just gets it before everyone else.  He’s hilarious and of course he’s a FABULOUS dancer…”  And then the went back to playing Skyrim on the PS III and asked if I would make pancakes for dinner.  The world IS changing.  Slowly but it’s changing.  Thank God.

        • kentiesgirl

          I love that I stumble across these comments-they make my week. Where I live, it’s easy to forget that there are a lot of good kids out there who don’t think being gay is a big deal; who don’t bully others for being gay.

          Your son must have some pretty great parents :)

          • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

            When I asked him if his friends teased him about being a dancer he told me “my friends know I would beat the crap out of them if they did that.”  So he’s no Gandhi or anything.   And given that he dances three hours a day, six days a week, he probably could!  :)

        • Anathema_Device

          Isn’t it great having an awesome boy? So glad you do, for all of us! (Awesome girls are great, too, but you know what I mean.)

        • girliecue

          Hey yourself! Would have replied sooner, but spent the day savoring your post. If one of your goals is leaving the world a better place than you found it, you can check that off your list. Your son sounds like an incredibly decent and wonderful human being. He is exactly what I imagine in a perfect world a “typical” kid would be. Looks like there’s some great mothering going on at y’all’s place. :)

  • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

    I want to see Sharon Needle’s face on a Big Gulp!  

  • jilly_d

    He’s a manly man in the making.  Give it about 7 years; you’ll see.  Can’t wait to see him in THG – loved him in The Kids Are All Right.

    • Sophia Vaccaro


  • Chaiaiai

    I’m glad to know his morals are golden.  Mine are bedazzled.

    • pokokpuding

       I feel like I need to go and polish mine now.

  • Molly Oberhausen

    Jack Daniels is Tennessee Whiskey- this Kentucky girl calls lame!

  • Athena Bast

    He’s the guy that’s not Liam Hemsworth right?

    • MilaXX

      lol, that’s how I tell them apart as well.

  • P M

    Has as much charisma as dough. Wait – was that intentional, since Peeta is a baker?

  • Joyce VG


  • Spicytomato1

    Hunger Games — you got the title right! I’ll miss seeing all the slightly-wrong variations. 

    This guy does nothing for me. He seems to have about as much charisma as a tree stump.

  • kingderella

    not setting me on fire, but i guess im outside the target demo.
    he kindasorta reminds me of (but is waaay inferior to) ashton holmes, whom im going to marry one day SERIOUSLY HES MINE BITCHES BACK OFF!!!

  • Gail Kwak

    Silly boy, Jack Daniels is bottled in Tennessee.  If you want this Kentucky native to be impressed, you’ll drink Jim Beam.  Or Maker’s Mark.

  • Sophia Vaccaro


  • Laurie Cubbison

    I can’t get past the idea of Peeta and Katniss on a Big Gulp cut. I sure hope the marketers rejected fast food tie-ins as incredibly crass, because eww!

    • MilaXX

      i think it’s early yet. I sure one of the fast food giants will have a tie in.

      • Amanda Gun

         I feel like considering the conditions those characters live in, having a fast-food tie in would be so ironic in an extremely tacky way, unless they went for high sarcasm and aligned themselves with the Capitol. That would be highly unlikely, though, and I don’t think the target audience would find it as funny as I would.

        • MilaXX

           They’ve been pretty creative with the marketing so far. I wouldn’t be surprise to see it as coming from the Capital in honor of the 74th Hunger Games we present the finest from the bakers in District 12 or something.

  • Sophia Vaccaro

    I am always surprised when people say they can’t see it.
    when  found out he was Peeta, i was like, “OF COURSE!” (like when TLo comments on Lea Michelle’s dresses).

    anyway, I’ve had totally ridiculous celebrity crush on him forever, but I actually think he is going to make something out of himself.

    As for the other parts, I think people will warm up to all the choices eventually. for instance, I remember being scandalized that Emma Watson was Hermione, but I can’t think of anyone, including myself, who doesn’t love her now.

  • formerlyAnon

    Oh, TLo, you do entertain with your refusal to bow down to the Hunger Gamery.  Just give in, let it wash over you in waves. Resistance is futile.

  • MilaXX

    Sorry,I’m team bread maker’s son. I think he looks okay here.

  • fashionablylate

    I first saw him in Bridge to Terabithia and was very impressed. He’s got it. And I love that leather jacket.

  • Alli

    He does absolutely nothing for my ladybits. Not even a tingle.

    Gale, on the other hand….

  • tired_mommy

    He’s also in “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (saw it with the kiddos) where he does come across as a little closer to stereotypically “manly” than in these photos–he runs around sweaty, actually has much bigger arm muscles than I thought he would, and gets the girl (Vanessa Hudgens). Think perhaps running around with the Rock has him thinking he comes across as “manlier” than he does??

  • lrhoff

    This was an idiotic magazine feature.  Does he even shave yet?  The editor clearly had the real feature cancel at the last minute and had to opt for this slop.  

  • kim i

    son, i’m from kentucky, and we have swings on our porches, not couches; christmas lights go up the day after thanksgiving and come down on january 7th; and jack daniels?  is from freaking TENNESSEE. you do not DRINK that swill in kentucky.  you drink woodford or makers or makers mark.  what YOU are talking about is not kentucky*:  it’s white trash.  the two don’t have to go hand in hand.

    *true story:  when i was a little girl, my nama prepared me for a visit from cousins from tennessee.  she stressed to me that i should be kind, and i should be compassionate, because “they cain’t HELP not being from kentucky, honey.”

  • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

    i dunno – some of those pictures are pretty “manly man” to me.   

  • KathKo

    I’m a 36 year old woman and very keen on the Hunger Games but not on the cute boy. Really, it’s the unlikable and quite clueless Katniss that make the book.
    Anyway, dull clothes for a dull boy.
    Still, it’s nice seeing a straight kid openly support homosexuality. I guess that if he wasn’t the talk of the moment, he might not feel so free to stand by his beliefs, but still.

  • Dawn Sinclair

    I’d rather girls were into him than Justin bloody Bieber or that Cullen boy! The clothes *are* dull and I loved the books and he kind of looks like I had an image of Peeta in my head so he’ll do. Better this than Twilight IMNSHO the female character rocks, she has isshoooos quite big shoos really but still I’ll take her over Bella. 

    Anyone saying it’s ok to be gay is going to come off a little pretentious but I think he did it with the best of intentions.dxx

  • Amy Ennis

    I think he looks a lot like Jason Bateman. Especially from his early years. 

  • Addicted2Glamour

    My God, what a terrible time to be a teenager….

  • boweryboy

    Poor thing.  He’s just a baby. 

    Bonus points for determination.

  • EverybodysStarling

    Three days without a post? Hope everything is alright with TLO?

  • Charlotte Horseman

    He’s bordering on douche territory with the “manly man” comments and the too young for facial hair look.  Sick of seeing teenage boys and girls modeling.

  • closetfashiondiva

    Okay, I read the first question re Kentucky roots and had to quit.  Could he knock where he is from any worse.  This little brat grew up down the street from me.  In a very large home in one the most upscale areas of Northern Kentucky – on a golf course and belonged to a country club.  He was a spoiled brat from day one and it only got worse after he became “famous”.  Lets just say we “hicks” in Kentucky (at least my area) weren’t too sad to see him go.

  • maralena saiz

    He is so hot but more of a gentle, serious, humorous, and adventurous guy and most people think that he is just hot or that cute guy who play’s in that famous movie but no, they don’t see him for who he really is and that sad. I feel sorry for Josh Hutcherson.

  • aleconfire

    For the love of god, please stop stating only young girls are crushing on cute boys. give us lads our fair share too. It seems silly, but little shit like this matters. I’d think two old queens would know this, but you disappoint.