'Hunger Games' Fans Google Map a Cornucopia Sneak Peek

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The resourcefulness of the ravenous "The Hunger Games" fanbase knows no electrified fence bounds.

While Lionsgate reserved a first-glimpse at the "Catching Fire" Cornucopia from its initial round of released still images so as to give newbie Finnick (Sam Claflin) some due attention, the clever tributes at Mockingjay.net were able to finagle their own little look-see at what the gamemakers have been cookin' up, thanks to a little satellite zoom actions.

Equipped with the intel that filming of the watery arena opener took place in Atlanta's Clayton County International Park - specifically "The Beach" which was constructed for the 1996 Summer Olympics volleyball matches and transformed for production - an updated search through the locale on Google Maps produced this aerial sneak peek.

As you can see, the area was used to create one of the twelve tick-tock-like-a-clock wedges stemming off of the central Cornucopia, fit with two separate tribute launch pads within each.

These decks serve as the starting point for two victors-turned-tributes who are forced to fight in the 75th Annual Hunger Games, also known as the Third Quarter Quell, including Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and her partner Peeta (Josh Hutcherson).

The Cornucopia itself holds items of necessity, like weapons, and becomes quite a bloodbath as the tributes fight to snatch up its goodies first and better their chances of survival.

Hell of a snare in catching this fire, "Hunger Games" fans. Happy hunting!