THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNET’S NEST, the third and final film in Stieg Larsson’s Millenium Trilogy, hits theaters today. And part two, THE GIRL WHO PLAYED WITH FIRE, was released on DVD earlier this week. Coincidence or brilliantly timed marketing? You decide.

But don’t dwell on it too long because in honor of the trilogy we’re hosting a giveaway contest for fans of the bestselling series. Seriously, it’s a sweet prize and includes a poster signed by Noomi Rapace. Which means you’ll be one marker whiff away from the hand of Lisbeth Salander herself…

The prize pack includes:

  • (1) Theatrical poster for The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest SIGNED by Noomi Rapace
  • (1) The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest book
  • (1) The Girl Who Played With Fire DVD
  • (1) The Girl Who Played With Fire book
  • (1) The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo DVD
  • (1) The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo book

All you have to do is come up with a caption for the photo below. Be creative, be funny, and we’ll pick a winner at random from our favorites.

Easy right? We can think of a few obvious ones right off the bat… but we’re not eligible for the damn contest so it’s your contest to lose!

Give us a caption by Friday, November 5th, and you just might win.

The lawyer in the basement demands we share the following… this contest is open to US residents age 18 or older. Make sure the email address associated with your comment is legitimate because that’s how the winner will be contacted.


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