Josh Hutcherson isn't traditional when it comes to dating and likes to take girls on spontaneous dates to hotels by the beach.
Josh Hutcherson isn't traditional when it comes to dating.
The 'Hunger Games' star enjoys surprising girls he really likes by taking them on spontaneous dates to hotels.
The 21-year-old actor told the December issue of Cosmopolitan magazine: ''Going to the movies or to dinner is fine. But for something special, it has to be spontaneous. For me, it'd be getting on my motorcycle and driving up the coast to a hotel on the beach.''
Asked if he would sleep with a girl on the first date, he said: ''Man, it depends. I'm not one to stick to traditional ways - so, if everything is perfect and it feels right, we could go all the way. To get to that point, I would have to think that she's really amazing, so going home together wouldn't change that.
''And I would hope that she was feeling the same about me.''
Josh also revealed that his co-star Jennifer Lawrence is a great kisser even though he sees her as his sister.
He said: ''She's definitely many a man's desire.
''For me, she's like a best friend and a sister, so it's a little bit incestuous. But she's a great kisser - so, yup, the bar is high!''
He also gushed about his own kissing skills and said: ''On a scale of one to 10, I could be in the upper nines. Eight-and-three-quarters to nine-and-a-half. God, just give a regular answer! Why do I have to be so complicated?''
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