The "Catching Fire" bromance continues.
Sam Claflin, who joins "The Hunger Games" franchise as Finnick, told MTV News that he and co-star Josh Hutcherson shared a relationship that was "probably not the most healthy" — but it certainly sounds tantalizing.
"We had fun a lot," Claflin said on the red carpet at the "Catching Fire" London premiere. "There was an immediate ice breaker between the two of us, we both like football — soccer — that was how we started the conversation."
But he didn't stop there: "After that, obviously we shared a kiss or two and it was beautiful," the actor joked. "It was a beautiful, touching relationship."
This is hardly the first time Claflin and Hutcherson's off-screen dynamic has been highlighted. Last year, while promoting her Oscar-winning turn in "Silver Linings Playbook," Jennifer Lawrence declared that the two were "in love."
"It's a full-blown bromance and it's really bromantic and adorable," she told MTV News last November. "It's really cute. It's annoying, but it's cute."
Days later, Hutcherson himself confirmed the budding bromance.
"We totally hit it off," Hutcherson told MTV News of his new co-star. "He's just one of those guys that's always down to have fun and is generally a good person. We have a similar sense of humor. He likes to play soccer; I play soccer. It's kind of really a great match. Everything just kind of melded together."
Poor Liam Hemsworth. By the sounds of it, Katniss' District 12 love interest is missing out on all the fun.