Things get a bit alphabetical in this week’s film quiz, which also includes questions on subjects ranging from Adventureland to Zombieland.
It’s Friday again and we’ll be here every Friday, keeping you in quizzes for the rest of the year, with specialist rounds on movie stars, movie quotes, and movie mashups all lined up for the next few weeks and months. For now though, we’ve got another selection of 30 movie trivia questions to see you through the weekend. There’s an alphabetical theme to our specialist round this week, but it’s random quizness as usual in the movie history and pot luck rounds.
Once you’ve finished all three rounds, you’ll find a link to a separate post with the correct answers at the bottom of this post. Remember, this is just for fun, but please let us know how you did in the comments (scores out of 30 this week!) and give us any other lovely feedback. Time for some Alphabet Aerobics…
ROUND ONE – This Week In Movie History
This round is about new UK cinema releases and general film history from this week in years past – we’ve given you the year at the start of each question to help out!
- 2015 – Joy, Sadness, and Anger are all characters in which Pixar film?
- 1984 – Which singer-songwriter made his acting debut in Purple Rain?
- 2009 – In which romantic comedy does Sandra Bullock pop the question to Ryan Reynolds?
- 1941 – Born this week, Peter Cullen is best known as the voice of which Transformers character?
- 1963 – Who plays Cleopatra in Cleopatra?
- 2018 – What is the full title of the sixth Mission: Impossible movie?
- 1980 – Which musical teen movie takes place in and around New York’s High School of Performing Arts?
- 1968 – Also born this week, which pop star’s acting credits include Moulin Rouge!, San Andreas, and Street Fighter?
- 2001 – Which action-thriller stars Hugh Jackman as undercover hacker Stanley Jobson?
- 1950 – Lady Tremaine is a villain in which Disney animated film?
ROUND TWO – The Alphabetical Round
Next, here’s a handy hint – all of the correct answers in Round 2 are in alphabetical order…
- Whose 2017 films include Baywatch, The Disaster Artist, and The Greatest Showman?
- Which 2005 Space Adventure is a spin-off of Jumanji, based on another book by author Chris Van Allsburg?
- Who plays Broadway producer Max Bialystock in 1967’s The Producers?
- Which character connects Sean Bean, Liam Neeson, and Russell Crowe?
- Which footballer is the subject of the 2006 documentary A 21st Century Portrait?
- “There’s more than one way to lose your life to a killer” is the tagline for which 2007 movie?
- Who plays Summer Finn in (500) Days Of Summer?
- Diego de la Vega is the secret identity of which movie hero?
- What is the full title of the 1979 prequel to Zulu?
- Which 1980s rock band cameo as an 1880s band in Back To The Future Part III?
ROUND THREE – Pot Luck
Let’s finish with a random selection of pot luck movie questions – these could come from any era, any genre, or any level of difficulty. Enjoy!
- What surname connects Oscar-winning writer-directors Joel and Ethan?
- Complete the title of the 2018 romcom set in Singapore – Crazy Rich…
- In the news! Who will reportedly play Bridget Jones for a fourth time in an upcoming sequel?
- Flex Kavana is a former alias of which wrestler-turned-actor?
- Which character’s name connects Audrey Hepburn in 1954 and Julia Ormond in 1995?
- Which British actor connects the 1980s films Tron, The Man With Two Brains, and The Company Of Wolves?
- Which Norwegian pop band provided the theme song for the 1987 James Bond film The Living Daylights?
- Which actor connects the Scary Movie, Jumanji, and Ride Along franchises?
- In which 1993 teen movie does Matthew McConaughey famously say “All right, all right, all right”?
- And finally, which actor’s 2009 movies range from Adventureland to Zombieland?
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