Movie Trivia Questions And Answers


If you’re looking to have some fun, movies are always a good plan whether you’re on holiday with your kids, or you have some free time. You can decide to watch it from home or grab some tickets to the cinema and watch it with your friends.

 The different movies/films we’ve all watched have made a lasting impression, had an effect on our lives and somehow contributed to our personality.

We’ve grown fond of some of the celebrities who play in different movies and even found ourselves googling them later to get facts like their age, their real names, net worth, etc. You’ve done it too? Crazy right?

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 How many “Star Wars” movies are there? If you are a die-hard fan of Star Wars, then this should be easy, right? Check out more easy movie trivia questions and see how good you really are.

The film “Game of Thrones” was based on? Game of Thrones is one of the most-watched films globally. Do you know who created it, or were you just interested in the storyline? Find out the answer to these and more movie trivia questions below.

You’ll definitely love our compilation of movie quizzes and facts, and perhaps add some more movies to your “Must Watch List.”

Let’s go catch some movies now, shall we?

Movie trivia quiz questions

  • Which female singer released “Rolling in the Deep?”

    Adele

  • U2’s “Angel of Harlem” was written about which singer?

    Billie Holiday

  • Joaquin Phoenix received his first Oscar nomination for playing Roman emperor Commodus in what 2000 Oscar-winning epic?

    Gladiator

  • What was Audrey Hepburn’s birth name?

    Audrey Kathleen Ruston

  • Who is the first actor to play Jack Ryan on screen?

    Alec Baldwin

  • Which 1927 war drama was the first movie to ever win Best Picture?

    Wings

  • Who played iconic femme fatale Phyllis Dietrichson in classic 1946 film noir "Double Indemnity"?

    Barbara Stanwyck

  • Aaron Sorkin won an Oscar for writing what 2010 drama about the creation of Facebook?

    The Social Network

  • What’s the name of Charlie Chaplin’s most famous, recurring character?

    “The Tramp”

  • What is the name of Quint’s shark-hunting boat in "Jaws"?

    The Orca

  • What animated classic was the first film of the late-twentieth-century “Disney Renaissance?”

    The Little Mermaid

  • Who wrote the famous, scary theme music from "Halloween"?

    John Carpenter

  • In what 1979 James Bond movie does the famous spy go to outer space?

    Moonraker

  • The stage play "Everybody Comes to Rick’s" was adapted for the screen to become what 1942 Best Picture winner?

    Casablanca

  • “Well, nobody’s perfect” is the final line (and punchline) from what classic 1959 comedy starring Marilyn Monroe?

    Some Like it Hot

  • Which 1948 Alfred Hitchcock movie starred James Stewart and was shot to look like one continuous take?

    Rope

  • Which movie was incorrectly announced as the winner of Best Picture at the 2017 Academy Awards, during the greatest Oscars flub of all time?

    La La Land

  • Who voiced the sultry Jessica Rabbit in "Who’s Afraid of Roger Rabbit?"

    Kathleen Turner

  • What 1994 crime film revitalized John Travolta’s career?

    Pulp Fiction

  • What is the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time?

    Joker

  • For which 1964 musical blockbuster did Julie Andrews win the Academy Award for Best Actress?

    Mary Poppins

  • What song plays over the opening credits of "Guardians of the Galaxy"?

    “Come and Get Your Love” by Redbone

  • Who is the only actor to receive an Oscar nomination for acting in a "Lord of the Rings" movie?

    Ian McKellen

  • In "Risky Business", what song did Tom Cruise famously lip-sync to in his underwear?

    “Old Time Rock and Roll” by Bob Seger

  • What infamous 1980 box-office bomb ruined the career of "The Deer Hunter" director Michael Cimino?

    Heaven’s Gate

  • Who played Martin Luther King Jr. in the 2014 biopic "Selma"?

    David Oyelowo

  • What famous L.A. landmark is heavily featured in "Rebel Without a Cause"?

    Griffith Observatory

  • Marlon Brando “could have been a contender” in what iconic 1954 crime drama?

    On the Waterfront

  • The theme from "The Third Man" (also called “The Harry Lime Theme” was performed on what instrument?

    Zither

  • In what 1950 drama does Bette Davis say, “Fasten your seatbelts; it’s going to be a bumpy night”?

    All About Eve

  • What is the name of the courtesan played by Nicole Kidman in "Moulin Rouge!"

    Satine

  • For what movie did Steven Spielberg win his first Oscar for Best Director?

    Schindler’s List

  • What’s the name of the anthemic dance near the beginning of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"?

    “The Time Warp”

  • In what 1976 thriller does Robert De Niro famously say “You talkin’ to me?”

    Taxi Driver

  • Who played park owner John Hammond in "Jurassic Park"?

    Richard Attenborough

  • What critically panned 1984 country-musical comedy starring Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone eventually became a cult classic?

    Rhinestone

  • What TV show was Jack Nicholson referencing when he ad-libbed “Here’s Johnny!” in "The Shining"?

    “The Tonight Show, Starring Johnny Carson”

  • The head of what kind of animal is front-and-center in an infamous scene from "The Godfather"?

    A horse

  • What American writer/director starred in several iconic European-produced “Spaghetti Westerns”?

    Clint Eastwood

  • What real-life on-again off-again Hollywood power couple starred in the film "Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

    Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.

  • What pop vocal group performs at the wedding in "Bridesmaids?"

    Wilson Phillips

  • What’s the name of the skyscraper in "Die Hard?"

    Nakatomi Plaza

  • For what movie did Tom Hanks score his first Academy Award nomination?

    Big

  • In "The Matrix," does Neo take the blue pill or the red pill?

    Red

  • What was the first feature-length animated movie ever released?

    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

  • Who played Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate?"

     Anne Bancroft

  • What are the dying words of Charles Foster Kane in "Citizen Kane?"

     “Rosebud”

  • The nose specialist is known as?

    Rhinologist

  • A nephrologist is specialized in which organ of the body?

    Kidney

  • What was the most famous "Game of Thrones" fan theory?
    R+L=J
  • What were the two primary conflicts depicted in the "Game of Thrones" movie?
    The Great war against the Army of the Dead, and the Last War for Control of the Iron Throne
  • How many episodes of the season were there in the "Game of thrones?"

    Six

  • What was the date of the conclusion of the "Game of Thrones" season?
    May 19, 2019
  • When did the "Game of Thrones" season premier?
    April 14, 2019
  • Which season of the "Game of Thrones"movie was released in 2019?
    Season 8 (final)
  • When was the book "Game of Thrones" published?
    In 1996
  • Who is the writer of the book ‘Game of Thrones’?
    George R. R. Martin
  • What were Dany’s dragons called in the "Game of Thrones?"
    Drogon, Viserion, and Rhaegal
  • Who created the film Game of Thrones?
    David Benioff and D. B. Weiss


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