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With an impressive body of work , JOSH HUTCHERSON's (Steve) career continues to evolve with exciting and challenging projects.

Hutcherson is preparing to head to Detroit to start filming the highly anticipated MGM remake of the cult favorite Red Dawn. He plays the role of Robert Morris, the true fighter of the group, originally played by C. Thomas Howell. Hutcherson recently wrapped production on two indie films. He stars alongside Annette Bening and Julianne Moore in The Kids Are All Right, about siblings (Hutcherson and Mia Wasikowska) who set out to find their same-sex parents' (Bening and Moore) sperm donor. He also stars in Carmel. The film is about a 16-year-old boy who wanders into Carmel, California, falls in with the wrong crowd and becomes involved in art forgery. A retired local artist who traces her career back to the early days of Carmel artists, writers and other creative types, all with skeletons in their closets, befriends him. The film also stars Lauren Bacall, Alfred Molina, Hayden Panettiere and Dina Eastwood.

Most recently, Hutcherson was seen starring in the first high-definition 3-D live-performance feature film, Walden Media and New Line Cinema's Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D, starring opposite Brendan Fraser. Directed by Eric Brevig, the film follows a scientist (Fraser) and his troubled nephew (Hutcherson) on an expedition to Iceland, where they stumble upon a mystery that leads them on a thrill-ride adventure to the center of the earth, where they come face-to-face with never-before-seen worlds and creatures. The film grossed more than $237 million worldwide.

Hutcheson's other starring roles include the Walden Media/Walt Disney Pictures feature Bridge to Terabithia, which garnered more than $135 million worldwide. Shot entirely in New Zealand, the film is based on Katherine Paterson's novel and was 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.

Hutcherson also starred in Unruly Films' Fragments, which was released this past summer. Hutcherson played Jimmy, opposite Dakota Fanning. The film, which also starred Kate Beckinsale, Guy Pearce, Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson and Jackie Earle Haley, takes a look at the unique relationships formed after a group of strangers survive a random shooting in a Los Angeles diner. Fragments was directed by Rowan Woods and is an adaptation of Roy Freirich's debut novel of the same name. The film was produced by Robert Salerno (21 Grams).

Hutcherson's other film credits include the 20th Century Fox/New Regency Pictures film Firehouse Dog; Sony Pictures' Barry Sonnenfeld-directed RV, co-starring as Robin Williams' son; the critically acclaimed 20th Century Fox/New Regency Pictures film Little Manhattan; Kicking & Screaming, with Will Ferrell; Disney's English-language release of Hayao Miyazaki's OscarĀ®-nominated anime Howl's Moving Castle, in which he voiced a lead character; sharing duties with Tom Hanks as the character of Hero Boy in Warner Bros.' hit The Polar Express, a groundbreaking film that used motion-capture technology for its characters; and Sony Pictures' Jon Favreau-directed adventure film Zathura: A Space Adventure. Hutcherson won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film (Comedy or Drama)—Leading Young Actor for his role in the film.

Hutcherson's television credits include the TNT telefilm Wilder Days, with Peter Falk; the Animal Planet feature Miracle Dogs; and guest appearances on NBC's ER. A Kentucky native, Hutcherson currently resides in Los Angeles.


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