You want to know about Josh Hutcherson? Well here is Josh's Biography:
In his short career, 14-year-old Josh Hutcherson has worked with many of Hollywood's finest actors and directors. He was most recently seen in Sony Pictures’ Barry Sonnenfeld-directed “RV,” co-starring as Robin Williams’ son. Josh joins the family on vacation in an RV where Robin’s inexperience and ulterior motives make for a wild adventure.
Josh recently completed production in Montreal starring opposite Brendan Fraser in Walden Media and New Line Cinema's "Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D." Directed by Eric Brevig, the film follows a scientist (Fraser) and his troubled nephew (Hutcherson) who, on an expedition in Iceland, stumble upon a mystery that leads them on a thrill-ride adventure, bringing them face to face with never-before-seen worlds and creatures.
Hutcherson can next be seen in the starring role of Walden Media/Walt Disney Picutres feature "Bridge to Terabithia" scheduled for release in February 2007. Shot entirely in New Zealand, the film is based on Katherine Paterson's award winning novel and directed by Gabor Csupo. The film tells the powerful story of a boy (Hutcherson) whose life is changed forever when he befriends the class outsider - who happens to be a girl (AnnaSophia Robb). Together they create the world of Terabithia, an imaginary kingdom filled with giants and trolls and all manner of magical beings. Also scheduled for a 2007 release is the Fox/New Regency film "Firehouse Dog," with Josh starring as a young man who happens upon a stranded Hollywood stunt dog whose unique abilities ultimately make him a canine firehouse hero.
In 2005, Hutcherson starred in the critically acclaimed Fox/New Regency film “Little Manhattan.” Directed by Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackert, the film co-stars Bradley Whitford and Cynthia Nixon. Set in the Big Apple, “Little Manhattan” is a romantic comedy about a young man’s fall into the mysterious and wonderful phenomenon known as “first love.” Hutcherson also starred opposite Tim Robbins in Sony Pictures’ Jon Favreau-directed adventure film “Zathura.” From the world of “Jumanji,” Josh plays a young man who plays a mysterious game and gets swept away on an improbable and perilous adventure into outer space. Josh won a Young Artist Award for “Leading Young Actor” for his role in the film.
His film credits include Universal’s “Kicking and Screaming” in which he co-stars with Will Farrell and Robert Duvall. Josh also voiced a lead character in last summer’s Disney English-language release of Hayao Miyazaki's Oscar-nominated anime “Howl's Moving Castle.”
In 2004, the young actor shared duties with Tom Hanks as the character of Hero Boy in Warner Brothers’ hit “The Polar Express,” a groundbreaking film using motion performance capture for its characters.
Hutcherson's television credits include the TNT telepic “Wilder Days,” with Peter Falk, the Animal Planet feature “Miracle Dogs” and guest appearances on NBC's “ER,” Lifetime's “The Division” and ABC's “Line of Fire.”
Josh’s hobbies include football, soccer, cars and competing in triathlons. Hutcherson resides with his Mom, Dad, and his younger brother Connor, in Kentucky. More information on Josh can be found at his website at www.joshhutcherson.com.