Jennifer Lawrence & Josh Hutcherson Reveal What Parts Of Hunger Games Make Them Laugh (Roll Call)

Jennifer Lawrence attend Lionsgate's 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' during Comic-Con International 2013 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel on July 20, 2013 in San Diego Jennifer Lawrence attend Lionsgate's 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' during Comic-Con International 2013 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel on July 20, 2013 in San Diego

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“Hunger Games” LOLZ: Fans (most of them) loved the big screen version of “The Hunger Games,” minus a few laughable parts, which also made the cast laugh. Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson have revealed to Entertainment Weekly the scenes they wish could have done differently and the scenes that made them giggle. “The mutts [the CG beasts unleashed at the film’s climax],” the actress said when asked by the mag about what scenes they would have liked to have done differently. The actress was referring to Tributes who were killed, and then come back to life as deadly animal human hybrids in the Arena. As for Josh, his character’s artistic skills didn’t exactly translate to the big screen well. “The camouflage of Peeta in the book is not funny, but then when you have me with clay on my face, lying there half dead, and I turn my face to the camera – it’s so laughable,” Josh told mag. “It’s impossible not to laugh.”

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Ryan Phillippe & Breckin Meyer’s Deleted Kiss: If you’ve ever wanted to see the deleted kiss between Ryan Phillippe and Breckin Meyer from the 1999 movie “54,” now is your chance! The scene, which appears in the director’s cut of the film (and was only screened one time), has now popped up online (it’s not the best quality, but you get the gist). The magic starts near the 1:30 mark!

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