The Box Office reports have been updated, and everyone's expectations for the highly anticipated "Catching Fire" have been met and exceeded. However, the question was not whether the movie would make the big buck, but just how much it would rake in.
Taking his turn on the famous late night staple, Josh Hutcherson hosted the November 23 episode of "Saturday Night Live."
Giving a nod to the success of his current film work, "The Hunger Games" hunk helped cast members recruit for their own version of the games during his opening monologue, with the assistance of Kate McKinnon, who was all dolled up like Effie Trinket.
He fought alongside Katniss Everdeen, and faced down a tyrannical governmental regime, and now Josh Hutcherson has made a Make-A-Wish come true.
The 21-year-old surprised a long-time fan backstage at “Good Morning America" on Tuesday (November 19). The fan, 14-year-old Caitlin Stewart, is currently in remission after battling osteosarcoma, a nasty form of bone cancer.