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Hutcherson loses 'Spider-Man' and gets 'Detention' instead
Josh Hutcherson may have lost the role of Peter Parker in the new "Spider-Man" to Andrew Garfield, but he's not wallowing in defeat. Instead, the "Kids Are All Right" star has agreed to star in the indie horror-comedy "Detention" for director Joseph Kahn.
According to Variety, the picture centers on a group of teenagers try to get through senior year while avoiding death from a movie slasher-killer seemingly brought to life.. Hutcherson will also executive produce and star alongside, um, Dane Cook (not a good sign).
Kahn is best known for his music videos for artists such as Eminem, U2, Britney Spears and Destiny's Child, but he also directed the box office bomb "Torque."