Liam Hemsworth looks good with or without his shirt on.

But now that The Hunger Games franchise has wrapped, is the 24-year-old actor enjoying letting himself go a little bit?

"I would love to just eat pizza for the rest of my life [and] burgers," the Aussie actor told me last night at the premiere of Mockingjay—Part 1 (in theaters on Nov. 21).

But then he quickly added with a laugh, "I do it anyway. I don't let it stop me."

Josh Hutcherson said he's not as worried about staying in Peeta shape. "I've been vegging out and chilling for a while now," he said.

Liam Hemsworth, Shirtless

Sam Claflin, whose very hot body was on display in the first two Hunger Games movies, admitted to me back in September at the Toronto International Film Festival that doesn't exactly look like Finnick anymore.

"I'm on a little bit of a break, a little downtime," Claflin said at the time. "I'm enjoying myself, everything that I've missed over the two and a half years nearly. I'm kind of catching up. Lots of friends, family and drinks to be ordered."

And the good times have apparently rolled on. "I'm living very happily and comfortably and there is no one telling me what to do other than myself and I'm telling myself to have more fun," he said last night.

Claflin also revealed he actually injured himself while shooting the second Mockingjay movie.

Hunger Games, Mockingjay


"I can't tell you yet," he said when I asked for details. "Honest, I want to tell you everything. It's all yet to come."

Fortunately, whatever happened, Claflin has healed quite nicely. "I'm still standing," he said. "Luckily, I'm all in one piece."

And speaking of looking good, Elizabeth Banks didn't get to wear any of Effie's signature couture dresses this time around.

Banks assured me that Effie will be back to her high fashion ways in Mockingjay—Part 2.


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