You may not be aware of up and coming actor Max Thieriot right now but over the next few months, rest assured, his name will be everywhere.
Talking exclusively to omg! Max told us what it was like working with 'The Hunger Games' actress Jennifer Lawrence on their new film, horror, 'House at the End of the Street.'
Max told us: "It was great, she's really sweet and lovely. She's very down to earth and definitely like one of the boys."
"At that point in time [when making the film] she hadn't done 'The Hunger Games' and had the success that she has had now, so I suspect even more so."
Max also told us what audiences can expect from the film, namely, the unexpected.
He explained: "It's not trying to show you the most disgusting ways to cut somebody's head off. I think that's cool. It brings something new to the table."
"It's very psychological, it makes you think. I think this movie has a good storyline and plot and well developed characters; to me that makes it interesting."
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Over the past eight years, Max has been building up a rather impressive CV, starring alongside the likes of Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson and Jamie Bell to name a few.
Along the way, Max has grown close with a number of Hollywood actors his age, including 'The Hunger Games' heartthrob Josh Hutcherson and 'High School Musical' star Zac Efron.
He said: "The ones that I've known forever I'm friends with, like I've known Josh Hutcherson who has worked with Jen in 'The Hunger Games', he's a buddy."
"Me and Zac Efron, although we don't talk that often, are buddies. We hung when we were filming movies in Toronto. He's a cool guy, he's a good dude."
He may have a few A-list numbers on his phone but Max admits that he prefers to shy away from the celebrity lifestyle.
He admitted: "I try and stay away from it as much as possible. I just think you get caught up in a lot of the BS, there are a few who I don't have any respect for and don't want to be around."
House at the End of the Street is in cinemas nationwide this Friday.