Movie Awards Win Had Josh Hutcherson Feeling ‘So F—in’ Good’

Hutcherson and co-star Sam Claflin were proud to accept Movie of the Year honors on behalf of their "Catching Fire" castmates.

From the sounds of it, Josh Hutcherson and Sam Claflin were more than happy to get a break from the grueling shoot for the two-part “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” set to jet in and snatch up some golden popcorn on Sunday night at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards

And after six months of hard-core action, Hutcherson clearly had to let loose a bit when MTV News’ Josh Horowitz caught up with him backstage and asked him how the win felt to sang Movie of the Year. “Yeah, I feel so f—ing good,” said a smiling Hutcherson, his arm slung around Claflin’s shoulder. “It’s a f—in’ awesome moment!”

Somewhat shocked by his co-star’s profanity, Claflin told Hutcherson he’d earned the right to let the f-bombs fly. After all, the Cincinnati, Ohio, native had also snagged the Best Male Performance award for his star turn in “Catching Fire.”

“Small cog in a very big machine,” Claflin said of his chance to get into the “Games” in the role of Finnick. “Obviously it’s a privilege for all of us to be a part of something so amazing.”

Watch their reaction to the win and get some behind-the-scenes dirt on the “Mockingjay” shoot in the video below:

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