Josh Hutcherson‘s biggest problem was getting recognized for his chubby-cheeked roles in Little Manhattan or Bridge to Terabithia. This was a year before The Kids Are All Right was released, which is when people first started really paying attention to him for playing the mouthy, troubled Laser. Though he was already doing work with Straight But Not Narrow, he definitely hadn’t cracked 1 million followers on Twitter. He probably hadn’t started reading The Hunger Games since it was published only the year before; the only franchise he was gearing up for was Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, which he shot with the girl he would then date, Vanessa Hudgens. Instead of a loaf of bread, he toted a fake gun.