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Josh Hutcherson defends 'Hunger Games' co-star Jennifer Lawrence

In advance of their sure-to-be-massive press tour for "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1," Josh Hutcherson is speaking out in defense of co-star Jennifer Lawrence, 24, after her private photos were stolen and leaked to the Internet at large. "It's not fair," Hutcherson, 21, told ET Canada in a taped interview. When asked about the theft, Hutcherson told ET Canada: "Actually, I haven't talked to her, but I just think all that stuff is so ridiculous," he said. "We're people too, man, we just want to live, we want to be normal people, it's not fair. . . . It's something you obviously don't want to happen to you and it's really unfortunate that it happens but, I don't know, I hate the way the world sort of views those sorts of issues," he explained.

Brown relates to Rice

Chris Brown was more than willing to give his take on the Ray Rice scandal when he sat down last week with MTV's Sway. The singer, who is currently promoting his upcoming album, "X," said that he's no better than Rice, who was kicked off the Baltimore Ravens after video surfaced of him brutally beating his wife, Janay.

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