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Josh Hutcherson on 'The Hunger Games' vs. 'Breaking Dawn' — Who Will Win Best Kiss?

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Apr. 10 2012, Published 2:20 p.m. ET

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The Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson has admitted to being a fan of The Twilight Saga, but is he ready to battle it out with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson for the title of "Best Kiss" at the 2012 MTV Movie Awards? Not so much. 

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At the NewNowNext Awards on April 8, VH1 asked Josh if he and Jennifer Lawrence had a chance of winning the golden popcorn statue over Rob and K-Stew and the hunk said, "I don't know, they had a great kiss!" 

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"Rob and Kristen's was so passionate,” he gushed. “Ours was like — I was on my deathbed, wasn’t very sexy. I don’t know, we’ll see. Maybe. I’d be so lucky. One can only hope!”

The Hunger Games led the box office for a third straight week, raking in $33.5 million over the holiday weekend. It's domestic total is now at $302.8 million, while worldwide, it has earned $460 million! (So let's just say A LOT of people have seen that kiss between Peeta and Katniss). 

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The 2012 MTV Movie Awards will air live from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, Calif., when the show goes down on June 3. Who do you think will win "Best Kiss"?

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