New 'Hunger Games' Poster Revealed
Lionsgate kicked off their 100-day countdown to the film's release with a fan scavenger hunt to compile 100 "puzzle pieces" that, when assembled, made up their latest movie art.
It may not have been a life-or-death challenge, but The Hunger Games fans were given a daunting task to complete: assemble 100 different images, from 100 different websites to piece together the puzzle of the forthcoming film's latest poster art.
The scavenger hunt is part of the movie's viral campaign counting down the days until the March 23 release (currently there are 99 left).
The poster puzzle was completed Thursday by Twitter user @johnshoward, whose bio says he's a graphic designer from Charlotte, NC.
Featuring Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss facing a blazing symbol of her Mocking Jay pin while at the Capitol before the start of the games, the poster imparts a larger-than-life presence. Her District 12 tribute counterpart, Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) is also on the poster, though the faces of both are only shown via banners in the arena, which seem to be broadcasting their faces in real time.
Lionsgate revealed the cast's character posters in October, showing Katniss, Peeta, Gale (Liam Hemsworth), Rue (Amandla Stenberg), Cinna (Lenny Kravitz), Effie (Elizabeth Banks), Haymitch (Woody Harrelson) and Cato (Alexander Ludwig).
Watch the full The Hunger Games trailer below.
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