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Say Hello To Piece 6 of 100 In The #HungerGames100 Poster Puzzle Hunt

Sure the still images, the teaser, the trailer and are great, but we could all use a little more Hunger Games in our lives. In honor of Lionsgate’s adaptation of Suzanne Collin’s The Hunger Games crossing the 100-day mark on the countdown to the film’s release, the studio is initiating The #HungerGames100 Poster Puzzle Hunt.

As we’re now just 98 days away from the March 23rd release, Lionsgate is giving 100 sites a puzzle piece. You’ve got to collect all 100 puzzle pieces, post to Facebook using the @tag for The Hunger Games Official Movie Page and then the studio will reveal a brand new poster on Facebook.

Those are a lot of puzzle pieces, right? Yes, but Lionsgate is giving you a hand with that hash tag. Simply search #HungerGames100 on Twitter and you’ll basically have all the puzzle pieces delivered right to you via the Twitter feeds of the sites participating. But, of course, that’s only part of the venture. Once you track down all 100 pieces, then you’ve actually got to put them together. If you manage to get that far, race to post a picture on Facebook along with the @tag for The Official Hunger Games Movie Page and give the fandom a taste of what should be a glorious new poster.

The game begins on Thursday, December 15th at 10am PST and guess what time it is now? We’ve got piece six of 100 right here for you, so snag that and then be on your way. You still got 99 more pieces left to find! And don’t forget, the other Hunger Games fans are your allies. Be sure to tweet the following to better your chances of seeing that new poster ASAP:

Looking for #HungerGames100 piece 6/100? A little mockingjay told me @shockya has it!

So, what are you waiting for? Get to it. I know I’m dying to see that poster!

Download the poster puzzle piece here.

By Perri Nemiroff

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Film producer and director best known for her work in movies such as FaceTime, Trevor, and The Professor. She has worked as an online movie blogger and reporter for sites such as,, Shockya, and MTV's Movies Blog.

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