Looks like the Red Dawn remake with Josh Hutcherson will be making its debut at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas which takes place from 9/20/12-9/27/12.
According to the L.A. Times :
After a bankruptcy, a sale and a makeover, the controversial remake of “Red Dawn” will premiere later this month, closing out Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.
The film is a remake of the 1984 action film starring Patrick Swayze, Lea Thompson, Jennifer Grey, Charlie Sheen and Brad Savage as a group of Colorado teenagers (nicknamed the Wolverines) who wage a guerrilla war against invading Soviet Union forces.
In the remake, the teens are from Spokane, Wash., and are played by a new generation of heartthrobs : Chris Hemsworth (“Snow White and the Huntsman”), Josh Hutcherson (“The Hunger Games”), Adrianne Palicki (“Friday Night Lights), Josh Peck (“Drake & Josh”) and Connor Cruise (“Seven Pounds”), among others. But instead of playing to Cold War-era fears of a Soviet occupation, the screenplay called for Chinese invaders.
“Red Dawn” is slated to hit theaters Nov. 21. Its Fantastic Fest world premiere at the Alamo Drafthouse will be accompanied by a “Korean-invasion-themed” party at the Austin American Legion, according to representatives of the genre film festival.
Here’s a new still of Josh in Red Dawn via Collider :