We're H-O-T for The Hunger Games' Alexander Ludwig. Here's why!
But before you go see him in action, fighting for his life in The Hunger Games, there are a few things you need to know about this Canadian cutie. Here they are…
He’s still a kid at heart. The same things that were funny to him as a kid are still funny to him now. “Suddenly, out of nowhere, I cannot name him because he would just be too embarrassed, but this guy just walks up to Jack Quaid, looks him in the eyes, farts and then walks back,” he tells us of an LOL moment on the Hunger Games set. “We all literally just could not stop laughing. Honestly hilarious.”
He’s a bit claustrophobic. “I used to be really scared of elevators or really enclosed rooms. It’s kind of something I’m still a little freaked out about.
He’s a pro skier. “I’ve been skiing since I was 17 months old. I do freestyle and big mountain skiing. They judge you on how fluid your run is, how big the cliff is that you jump and what tricks you do off of them. It gets pretty crazy.”
He has a type when it comes to girls. “I love fun, adventurous girls who are down to try anything like bungee jumping, or try a new sport or go on a hike.”
Something you really wouldn’t expect? “Oh and also, I’m afraid of Cheetos.” Right now you’re probably thinking, “huh?” Well, let him explain…“Because when you’re at parties and people are eating Cheetos. They get in their teeth and it freaks me out. I never eat them at parties.”
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