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All-American cutie Josh Hutcherson from The Hunger Games has defined himself as "mostly straight," and has proven to be a vocal LGBT ally. The young star co-founded the youth organization Straight But Not Narrow, which arms allied kids with the confidence and tools they need to speak out against homophobia. His breakout role was in the drama The Kids Are All Right, in which he played the son of a lesbian couple (played by Annette Bening and Julianne Moore). As Catniss Everdeen's longtime love interest Peeta Mellark, Josh has launched into the world of big-budget fame and Tumblr crushes, and we couldn't be happier. Follow Pride for every update on the smoldring boy-next-door!

WATCH: Mockingjay Part 1 Trailer Is Here and More Awesome Than Ever!

Katniss may be the Girl on Fire, but we're getting chills from this new trailer.

WATCH: Kate McKinnon Chews the Scenery as Effie Trinket! 

Kate McKinnon could pinch hit for Elizabeth Banks if ever it were needed.

Ellen DeGeneres, 'Pretty Little Liars' and 'Glee' Win Teen Choice Awards

Ellen DeGeneres, Glee, and Pretty Little Liars were among the big winners at the 14th annual Teen Choice Awards. DeGeneres took home the Teen Choice Awards surfboard for choice comedian. The comic-talk show host then honored her frequent guests Sophia Grace and Rosie with the choice Web award. Fox's Glee took honors in the choice TV comedy category, while ABC Family's the LGBT-inclusive drama Pretty Little Liars was named choice drama series.

The Hunger Games Trailer Drops: WATCH

The trailer is out for The Hunger Games, and Oscar nominee for Winter’s Bone, Jennifer Lawrence looks like the next great kick-ass heroine.

The Kids Are All Right to Become HBO Series

Lisa Cholodenko’s The Kids Are All Right is getting the one-hour drama series treatment on HBO, according to Deadline. The 2010 film starred Julianne Moore and Annette Bening as a lesbian couple whose children (Mia Wasikowska and Josh Hutcherson) go in search of and find their sperm donor (Mark Ruffalo).

Focus Features Fast Tracks Sundance's Lesbian Hit 'The Kids are All Right'

The Sundance Film Festival's favorite lesbiancouple -- no, not Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning -- Annette Bening and Julianne Moore in The Kids Are All Right will be coming to a theater near you sooner than you think. Gay-friendly distributor Focus Features has picked up writer-director Lisa Cholodenko's Kids for distribution in North America. The film also stars Mia Wasikowska and Mark Ruffalo.