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Yesterday Josh hosted the 3rd Annual Josh Hutcherson Celebrity Basketball Game benefiting Straight But Not Narrow at Nokia Plaza L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles, California. Photos and video from the game can now be viewed below:
The third annual Josh Hutcherson Celebrity basketball game kicked off at L.A. Live on Friday evening, headlined by actors Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Romeo Miller, Kyle Massey, former NFL star Terrell Owens, and many others. The net earnings from the game will go to raising funds and awareness for Josh’s charity, “Straight But Not Narrow.”
All the participating celebrities were split into two teams – Team White and Team Black. The game was four 10 minute quarters, with no stoppage of time during dead balls and free throws.
Kicking off the 6th Annual Nike Basketball 3ON3 Tournament Presented by NBC4 at L.A. LIVE, Josh Hutcherson will host the 3rd annual Josh Hutcherson Celebrity Basketball Game Benefiting Straight But Not Narrow (SBNN), an ally organization that prepares and trains young adults on how to become allies of their LGBTQ peers.
Hosted by Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games, Catching Fire), celebrity participants scheduled to appear include: Terrell Owens (Former NFL Star), Clark Gregg (The Avengers), Kyle Massey (That’s So Raven), Sasha Vujacic (Professional Basketball Player), Romeo Miller (Rapper/Actor), Josh Henderson (Desperate Housewives, Dallas), Karrueche Tran (Host/Model), Arlen Escarpeta (Into The Storm, Whitney Houston Biopic), Cisco Adler (Musician), Christopher Minzt-Plasse (Super Bad), Frankie Delgado (Actor), Jarod Einsohn (Project X, Eagle Eye), Greg Finley (Actor), B.J. Britt (Transfer, Peaceful Warrior), Hayley Orrantia (Goldbergs), Bracin Skywalker (Top Track & Field Athletes in the Nation), Ben Lyons (Entertainment Reporter), Manny Streetz (KIIS-FM), Landry Bender (Sitter) Ryan Riess (Professional Poker Player), Chris Brochu (Actor/Singer), Darrell Atkins (Dutch Hollow), Wes Chatham (In the Valley of Elah) and others. Talent for the Josh Hutcherson Celebrity Basketball Game has been booked by 10 Fold Entertainment.
It all takes place at Nokia Plaza L.A. LIVE, 777 Chick Hearn Ct. in Los Angeles, CA 90015 on Friday, August 8, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Nineteen-year-old actor and equality advocate Josh Hutcherson will receive the Vanguard Award at the 23rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles on April 21, it was announced today.
Josh Hutcherson leads the next generation in the movement for LGBT equality. In 2010, Hutcherson starred as the son of a lesbian couple in the critically acclaimed film The Kids Are All Right, which received a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film – Wide Release, two Golden Globe Awards, and an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. Hutcherson currently stars as Peeta Mellark in the blockbuster film The Hunger Games.
Hutcherson is one of the founders of the LGBT ally organization Straight But Not Narrow (SBNN), and has remained outspoken about why equality for LGBT people is important. In an interview with SamaritanMag.com, Hutcherson said, “We just launched [SBNN], and it’s a very exciting time for us and it hits close to home for me. I have a lot of gay friends in Los Angeles. My roommate’s gay and I lost two uncles when I was young to AIDS, so it’s an important cause in my family.”
Earlier this year, Hutcherson and fellow SBNN co-founder, actor Avan Jogia, met with Gay-Straight Alliance leaders at the GSA Network to film a video discussing the importance of GSA clubs in schools. In March, Hutcherson made a surprise appearance at a high school in Los Angeles where he spoke to GSA members about about the importance of being an ally for LGBT young people.
“Emerging as a leader in a new generation of equality advocates, Josh Hutcherson has consistently used his platform to help young people understand that no one should face discrimination simply because of who they are,” said GLAAD President Herndon Graddick. “Josh’s commitment to achieving equality for every American is a message he carries in his work both on screen and off, earning him the honor of being GLAAD’s youngest-ever Vanguard Award recipient.”
As you all know, Josh is an avid supporter of his friend’s, Avan Jogia, charity, “Straight But Not Narrow“; in between promotions for “The Hunger Games”, Josh made a surprise visit to a southern Los Angeles high school and spoke on behalf of SBNN to the Gay Students Alliance (GSA) where he talked about “the importance of straight allies for gay youth”. Afterwards, Josh signed some SBNN merchandise.
Burn Role: Billy Status: Available now Release: 2019 When a gas station is held at gunpoint by a desperate man in need of cash, a lonely and unstable gas station attendant, tired of being overshadowed by her more outgoing co-worker, finds an opportunity to make a connection with the robber.
Future Man (TV Series) Role: Josh Futturman Status: Completed / on Hulu Release: 2017 - 2020 Josh Futturman, a janitor by day and a gamer by night, is recruited by mysterious visitors to travel through time to prevent the extinction of humanity.
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