Hollywood Trivia Quiz

Hollywood Quiz:

Which city is commonly referred to as the “Entertainment Capital of the World” and is home to the famous Hollywood film industry?
(a) New York City
(b) Los Angeles
(c) Miami
(d) Las Vegas

Answer. (b)

Which director holds the record for the highest-grossing film of all time?
(a) James Cameron
(b) Christopher Nolan
(c) J.J. Abrams
(d) George Lucas

Answer. (a)

Which prominent event brings together Hollywood celebrities from the film industry to celebrate achievements in filmmaking?
(a) Cannes Film Festival
(b) Hollywood Walk of Fame
(c) Academy Awards (Oscars)
(d) Sundance Film Festival

Answer. (c)

Which movie is considered the first feature-length animated film?
(a) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
(b) Steamboat Willie
(c) Gertie the Dinosaur
(d) Fantasia

Answer. (a)

Who is the producer known for founding the independent film company Miramax and co-founding The Weinstein Company?
(a) Steven Spielberg
(b) Harvey Weinstein
(c) George Lucas
(d) Jerry Bruckheimer

Answer. (b)

Which Hollywood studio is known for its iconic roaring lion logo at the beginning of its films?
(a) Warner Bros
(b) Paramount Pictures
(c) Universal Pictures
(d) MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

Answer. (d)

Which film is often regarded as the first-ever “talkie,” marking the transition from silent films to synchronized sound?
(a) “The Jazz Singer”
(b) “Gone with the Wind”
(c) “Casablanca”
(d) “Citizen Kane”

Answer. (a)

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Which movie studio was the first to introduce synchronized sound in their films?
(a) Warner Bros.
(b) Paramount Pictures
(c) Universal Pictures
(d) MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

Answer. (a)

Which Hollywood industry labor union represents actors and performers in the entertainment industry?
(a) Directors Guild of America (DGA).
(b) Writers Guild of America (WGA).
(c) Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA).
(d) Producers Guild of America (PGA).

Answer. (c)

Which Hollywood studio is associated with the “Golden Age of Animation” and the creation of beloved characters like Mickey Mouse and Snow White?
(a) Pixar Animation Studios.
(b) DreamWorks Animation.
(c) Walt Disney Studios.
(d) Warner Bros. Animation.

Answer. (c)

Which producer is known for producing successful horror films like “Paranormal Activity” and “Get Out”?
(a) Jason Blum
(b) Joel Silver
(c) Kathleen Kennedy
(d) Brian Grazer

Answer. (a)

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Which film holds the record for the most Academy Awards won by a single movie?
(a) “Titanic.”
(b) “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.”
(c) “Ben-Hur.”
(d) “Gone with the Wind.”

Answer. (b)

Which Hollywood studio is famous for producing blockbuster franchises like the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars?
(a) Universal Pictures.
(b) 20th Century Studios.
(c) Paramount Pictures.
(d) Marvel Studios (owned by Disney).

Answer. (d)

Which major film studio is known for its roaring lion logo at the beginning of its films?
(a) Warner Bros.
(b) Paramount Pictures.
(c) Universal Pictures.
(d) MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer).

Answer. (d)

Which movie studio was the first to release a feature-length film?
(a) Universal Pictures
(b) Paramount Pictures
(c) Warner Bros.
(d) Edison Studios

Answer. (d)

Which actress is known for her portrayal of iconic characters such as Princess Leia in the “Star Wars” franchise?
(a) Meryl Streep
(b) Audrey Hepburn
(c) Carrie Fisher
(d) Julia Roberts

Answer. (c)

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Which year is commonly considered as the birth year of Hollywood?
(a) 1895.
(b) 1905.
(c) 1915.
(d) 1925.

Answer. (d)

Which theme park is located in Universal City, California, and features attractions based on popular movies and TV shows?
(a) Disneyland.
(b) Universal Studios Hollywood.
(c) Six Flags Magic Mountain.
(d) Knott’s Berry Farm.

Answer. (b)

Which actress holds the record for the most Academy Awards for Best Actress?
(a) Meryl Streep
(b) Katharine Hepburn
(c) Bette Davis
(d) Audrey Hepburn

Answer. (b)

Which famous ride at Universal Studios Hollywood takes guests on a thrilling adventure through the world of dinosaurs?
(a) The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
(b) Jurassic Park – The Ride.
(c) The Transformers: The Ride 3D.
(d) The Simpsons Ride.

Answer. (b)

Which film is often regarded as the first-ever full-length feature film?
(a) “The Birth of a Nation.”
(b) “Gone with the Wind.”
(c) “Casablanca.”
(d) “The Jazz Singer.”

Answer. (a)

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Who is the producer behind successful film franchises like “Star Wars,” “Indiana Jones,” and “Jurassic Park”?
(a) David Heyman
(b) Kathleen Kennedy
(c) Jerry Bruckheimer
(d) Steven Spielberg

Answer. (b)

Which actor holds the record for the highest number of consecutive films to gross over $100 million at the U.S. box office?
(a) Tom Hanks.
(b) Samuel L. Jackson.
(c) Will Smith.
(d) Robert Downey Jr.

Answer. (c)

Which movie studio was the first to produce a full-color feature film?
(a) MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
(b) Paramount Pictures
(c) Warner Bros.
(d) Technicolor

Answer. (a)

Which decade is commonly referred to as the Golden Age of Hollywood?
(a) 1920s.
(b) 1930s.
(c) 1940s.
(d) 1950s.

Answer. (b)

Which film franchise features characters like Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, and Princess Leia?
(a) “The Lord of the Rings.”
(b) “Harry Potter.”
(c) “Star Wars.”
(d) “The Hunger Games.”

Answer. (c)

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During which period did the Hollywood blacklist occur, resulting in the exclusion of many industry professionals?
(a) 1920s
(b) 1940s
(c) 1950s
(d) 1960s

Answer. (c)

Which actress was considered the epitome of glamour and elegance during the Golden Age of Hollywood?
(a) Marilyn Monroe
(b) Audrey Hepburn
(c) Grace Kelly
(d) Elizabeth Taylor

Answer. (c)

Who was the prominent U.S. senator responsible for leading the investigations into alleged communist influence in Hollywood?
(a) Joseph McCarthy.
(b) Dwight D. Eisenhower.
(c) J. Edgar Hoover.
(d) Richard Nixon.

Answer. (a)

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Which studio was known as the “Dream Factory” during the Golden Age of Hollywood?
(a) Paramount Pictures.
(b) Warner Bros.
(c) Universal Pictures.
(d) MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer).

Answer. (d)

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