Detention is a wild and crazy hipster, teen horror-comedy that mixes in science fiction, body-swapping, time-travelling, 1990's throwback, date flick and a murdering psycho, in only the way that director/co-writer Joseph Kahn (Torque) can.  Cinderhella is a slasher-movie killer who has seemingly come to life and is preying on the local students of Grizzly Lake, who are just trying to survive their final year of high school.  As the bodies pile up, Riley Jones (Shanley Caswell) and Clapton Davis (The Hunger Games’ Josh Hutcherson) are in a deadly and outrageous race against time to save the world. At the film’s press day, actor/executive producer Josh Hutcherson talked about his first experience behind the scenes on a film, what he thought of the script when he first read it, how grueling the shoot was, getting to learn how to ride on a unicycle, and what it was like to do his own stunts.  He also talked about how happy and excited he is over the box office success of The Hunger Games, and how he doesn’t think there’s a chance that director Gary Ross won't return to helm the sequel, Catching Fire.  Check out what he had to say after the jump: Question:

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Box Office

  • 1. Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, The
    Gross: $102,665,981
    Total: $102,665,981
  • 2. Spectre
    Gross: $15,043,729
    Total: $154,146,608
  • 3. Peanuts Movie, The
    Gross: $13,203,590
    Total: $99,346,727
  • 4. Night Before, The
    Gross: $9,880,536
    Total: $9,880,536
  • 5. Secret In Their Eyes, The
    Gross: $6,652,996
    Total: $6,652,996

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