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Q: Which 1970s film featured such obscure characters as Han Solo, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa?
A: Star Wars

Q: What best-selling author said this about their 2007 book: 'Finishing it was very, very emotional. It was a combination of relief and sadness really'?
A: JK Rowling

Q: Cate Blanchett and Leonardo DiCaprio soar to the skies in which movie?
A: Aviator

Q: Which movie is about a teen living under house arrest who becomes convinced his neighbor is a serial killer?
A: Disturbia

Q: Who is the voice of Puss in Boots in "Shrek the Third"?
A: Antonio Banderas

Q: Who won the American Music Award for best new female artist in pop/rock in 2000?
A: Shania Twain

Q: The character menu for this movie of the 2000s includes Maximus, Proximo and the stoic Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius. Which exciting film fits this description?
A: Gladiator

Q: The lights are punched out by Hillary Swank and Morgan Freeman in which movie?
A: Million Dollar Baby

Q: In which movie do Julia Roberts and George Clooney steal our breath with every move they make?
A: Oceans Eleven

Q: Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman show us their acting talents in which movie?
A: Bewitched

Q: What comedian was uncharacteristically not funny when she tearfully pleaded on live TV, 'Please, please, please just give the dog back'?
A: Ellen Degeneres

Q: Which 1997 film, about a tragedy at sea in 1912, received eleven Academy Awards?
A: Titanic

Q: Sally Field, Robert Downey Jr. and Whoopi Goldberg are part of a comedic film. Can you name this film?
A: Soapdish

Q: Which popular 1990s movie featured characters with quirky names like Vincent Vega, Butch Coolidge and Marsellus Wallace?
A: Pulp Fiction

Q: What entertainer happily said of his daughter, 'The biggest phenomenon in all this is that the kid's been able to keep her head on her shoulders. She hasn't flipped out. I'm going to knock on wood.'?
A: Billy Ray Cyrus

Q: Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins make us laugh in which movie?
A: Bad Company

Q: This fad of the '90s was like a purse carried on your waist.
A: fanny pack

Q: Who is 'Caroline' from Neil Diamond's 1969 hit song, 'Sweet Caroline'?
A: Caroline Kennedy

Q: OSCAR winners Jessica Lange, Halle Berry and Cuba Gooding Jr. star in the same movie. What film is this?
A: Losing Isaiah

Q: Who jubilantly told a press conference on April 10, 2007, 'I hate to be the one who told you so, but I told you so: I'm the father'?
A: Birkhead

Q: This show featured Jenny McCarthy attempting to get people a date.
A: Singled Out

Q: What film won the Oscar for Best Picture for 2000?
A: Gladiator

Q: Who won the Oscar for 2004 for Best Actor?
A: Jamie Foxx

Q: Name the Sam Raimi film where Cate Blanchett, Hilary Swank, and Keanu Reeves join forces.
A: The Gift

Q: Which artist got her start as a 'Fly Girl' on the sketch comedy, 'In Living Color'?
A: Jennifer Lopez

Q: What is the name of the main character in "Ratatouille"?
A: Remy

Q: Which singer made her film debut in a film with Whoopi Goldberg?
A: Lauryn Hill

Q: William Hurt and Keanu Reeves try killing Kevin Kline. What quirky comedy is this?
A: I Love You To Death

Q: In what film are Julia Roberts, Drew Barrymore and Edward Norton required to sing their hearts out?
A: Everyone Says I Love You

Q: Nikki Reed and Evan Rachel Wood perform in which movie?
A: Thirteen

Q: This horror documentary gained much anticipation when it came out into theaters, which eventually spawned a sequel.
A: Blair Witch Project

Q: This short-lived soap had its share of jealousy, especially when Virginia attempted to impregnate Vanessa with a turkey baster!
A: Sunset Beach

Q: This amazing Ewan McGregor and Renee Zellweger movie gets us up on our feet clapping. What is its name again?
A: Down With Love

Q: Which actor's portrayal of Maximus Decimus Meridius earned him an Oscar for Best Actor?
A: Russell Crowe

Q: Which actor is a Cincinnati dentist in the movie "Wild Hogs"?
A: Tim Allen

Q: Marla Singer, Tyler Durden and Robert Paulson are some of the key characters that populate which iconic film of the modern culture of angst?
A: Fight Club

Q: On ""Friends,"" which cast member got a interesting tan?
A: Ross

Q: Before changing her name to 'Pink', she was known as _____ _____?
A: Alecia Moore

Q: Who is the narrator for part of the movie "Enchanted"?
A: Julie Andrews

Q: After guest appearances on the series "Amen", "They Came from Outer Space", and "A Different World", she became part of the regular cast of the 1989 comedy series "Living Dolls". Who is this star?
A: Halle Berry

Q: In what film are Kenneth Branagh, Robert Downey Jr., and Daryl Hannah together?
A: The Gingerbread Man

Q: What country music star shouted to one over-exuberant audience member, 'Somebody needs to teach you some class, my friend'?
A: Faith Hill

Q: What U.S. political leader said in 2007, 'I've been asked if that nickname bothers me, and the answer is, no. After all, Darth Vader is one of the nicer things I've been called recently'?
A: **** Cheney

Q: What is the tagline for "Blades of Glory"?
A: Kick The Ice

Q: In "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," which character died?
A: Sirius Black

Q: Name the film where Diane Lane plays Anna Paquin's mother and Viggo Mortensen's lover.
A: A Walk On The Moon

Q: Which Spice Girl almost didn't make the group because she was late to her audition and was only allowed to audition after convincing the producers of the group to give her a second chance?
A: Geri Haliwell

Q: Which rocker tried out for a part in the movie, 'Sid and Nancy' before going on to rock stardom?
A: Courtney Love

Q: Name the actress that had guest appearances on "Love, Sidney" and "The Guiding Light", and a regular role on the daytime soap opera "All My Children"
A: Sarah Michelle Gellar

Q: In what film does Chris O'Donnell have to face acting giants Julianne Moore and Glenn Close?
A: Cookie?s Fortune

Q: Which artist named her daughter after her first movie, which was a huge flop?
A: Cher

Q: This show on the Disney channel put Ben Foster on the map for future movies such as "Liberty Heights" and "Get Over It".
A: Flash Forward

Q: What is the name of the girl Keira Knightley played in "Pirates of the Carribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl"?
A: Elizabeth Swann

Q: Who won the Emmy in 2000 for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series?
A: James Gandolfini

Q: What movie won the 2000 People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie?
A: The Green Mile

Q: He appeared as Basketball Player #10 in the 1992 movie "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", but found larger roles in "School Ties" (1992) and "Dazed and Confused" (1993). Who is this Academy Award winner?
A: Ben Affleck

Q: This actor got his start as a regular on the Canadian kids show "Range Ryder and the Calgary Kid". He was also a regular on the British show "Wide Awake Club". Who is he?
A: Mike Myers

Q: In the popular chick flick, "Because I Said So", what do the Wilder girls like to do?
A: Sing

Q: What 2007 Oscar-winner quipped when the award was presented, 'Could you double-check the envelope'?
A: Martin Scorsese

Q: This toy was a gizmo rip-off that would annoy the heck out of you at night.
A: Furby

Q: Which internationally known singer started out as a pop star in her native country and even won the equivalent of a Grammy for 'Most Promising Young Star' for her first self-titled album?
A: Alanis Morisette

Q: Which singer was 'discovered' when she laid down some vocal tracks on a demo for a singer that didn't show up?
A: Macy Gray

Q: This Texas born entertainer started off as a writer for "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" and then a regular performer on shows like "Half the George Kirby Comedy Hour" and "The Ken Berry 'Wow' Show".
A: Steve Martin

Q: After years as a stand-up comedian, he got a small part in the movie "Coneheads" and guest shots on "The Torkelsons" and "The George Carlin Show". Who he?
A: Drew Carey

Q: Like many actresses of her generation, her early credits include a guest appearance on "Fantasy Island". She soon became part of the regular cast of two short lived series: "Delta House" in 1979 and "B.A.D. Cats" in 1980. Which actress is she?
A: Michelle Pfeifer

Q: Which singer was a back-up singer for Michael Jackson before going solo?
A: Sheryl Crowe

Q: Before becoming a huge singing sensation, who did a 'Las Vegas style lounge act' in Canada?
A: Shania Twain

Q: What show won the Emmy for Best Comedy Series in 2000?
A: Will and Grace

Q: Who won the Grammy for Best New Artist in 2004?
A: Evanescence

Q: Before "Saturday Night Live" made him a star, this funny man got his first acting job in the 1981 movie "Halloween 2". A year later, he landed a starring role on the short lived sitcom "One of the Boys" with Mickey Rooney. Who is it?
A: Dana Carvey

Q: In "Lord of the Rings: The Return of The King," who played Sam Wise Gamgee?
A: Sean Astin

Q: What show won the Emmy in 2004 for Best Drama Series?
A: The Sopranos

Q: Which lead singer of an internationally famous group of the early 1990's joined the group as a back-up singer before replacing the first lead singer who had committed suicide?
A: Gwen Stefani

Q: This well-known comedian was killed in the late 1990s.
A: Phil Hartman

Q: Which pop artist first came to fame on the Australian Soap Opera, 'Neighbours', before hitting it big around the world with a remake of a 60's hit originally recorded by Little Eva?
A: Kylie Minogue

Q: Before going on to international fame, this singer was part of a defunct group named Sista. When their debut album was shelved by Elektra, she went on to record her own solo album.
A: Missy Elliott

Q: Which country songstress started her career out as a secretary at a record label when she first moved to Nashville?
A: Faith Hill

Q: Who won the 2004 Grammy for Record of the Year?
A: Ray Charles & Norah Jones for the song Here We Go Again

Q: What movie won the 2004 People's Choice Award for Favorite Motion Picture Drama?
A: Lord Of The Rings The Two Towers

Q: Pike Bishop, Dutch Engstrom and Freddie Sykes are among the individuals who make up a grouping of men who form which of these 1960s film titles?
A: The Wild Bunch

Q: These superheroes had the ability to fight in animal transportation.
A: Power Rangers

Q: What show won the Emmy for Best Comedy Series in 2004?
A: Arrested Development

Q: What long-time U.S. TV personality said of his now-former job, 'How many 83-year-old men get up every morning, knowing they're going to have a standing ovation sometime during the day'?
A: Bob Barker

Q: Where did Madonna work when she first came to New York City?
A: Dunkin' Donuts

Q: What Broadway musical won the Tony for the Best Musical of 2000?
A: Contact

Q: Who won the Grammy in 2000, for Album of the Year?
A: Steely Dan

Q: What is the name of the chick flick that starred Luke Wilson and Kate Hudson?
A: Alex & Emma

Q: In what film does Brendan Fraser star along with Viggo Mortensen and Ashley Judd?
A: The Passion Of Darkly Noon

Q: He struggled as a stand up comedian, found work as a writer on the television show "Good Times" and later did some acting with guest appearances on "Mork and Mindy." Who is he?
A: David Letterman

Q: What Broadway Musical won the Tony for the Best Musical of 2004?
A: Avenue Q

Q: What cereal was Tori Amos the spokesmodel for?
A: Just Right

Q: From all the way back in 1940 comes a film featuring characters named Tom Joad, Rose-of-Sharon Rivers and Casy, a preacher. In which classic oldie do these individuals appear?
A: Grapes Of Wrath

Q: Alexander de Large is the main character and Georgie and Dim are supporting characters in which dystopic 1970s film about a violent subculture, replete with problems related to sex and drugs?
A: A Clockwork Orange

Q: Which multi-platinum singer helped out her aunt, Gladys Knight, when she asked her to perform in Las Vegas with her?
A: Aaliyah

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Q: Which British band sang "Hungry Like the Wolf"?
A: Duran Duran

Q: "Eye of the Tiger" was an international hit for which band?
A: Survivor

Q: "I Love Rock 'N Roll" was a hit for which band?
A: Joan Jett & The Blackhearts

Q: Who had a hit with "Mickey"?
A: Toni Basil

Q: Which band had a number one hit single with "Centerfold"?
A: J. Geils Band

Q: Which band includes these five members: Adler, Hudson, Isbell, McKagan, Rose?
A: Guns N Roses

Q: Which British singer had a number one hit with "You Can't Hurry Love"?
A: Phil Collins

Q: 'Rollin' is a song by ______ ______.
A: Limp Bizkit

Q: Which American rock band sang "Hard to Say I'm Sorry"?
A: Chicago

Q: Which band consists of these four members: Balzary, Frusciante, Kiedis, Smith?
A: Red Hot Chili Peppers

Q: Who sang "When You're Gone"?
A: Avril Lavigne

Q: What is Eminem's album released in 2000 named?
A: Marshall Mathers

Q: Which band includes these four members: Cook, Jones, Lydon, Ritchie?
A: The Sex Pistols

Q: What was the title of Poison's only No. 1 hit?
A: Every Rose Has It?s Thorn

Q: Who sang the lyric "I'm not here for your entertainment, you don't really wanna mess with me tonight..."?
A: Pink

Q: Name Backstreet Boys' 2000 album.
A: Black And Blue

Q: Who was featured on Jojo's "Baby It's You"?
A: Bow Wow

Q: Her debut album was entitled "Autobiography". Which female pop star's sister is she?
A: Ashlee Simpson

Q: Which band features Pete Wentz?
A: Fall Out Boy

Q: Which band consists of these three members: Asher, Baker, Clapton?
A: Cream

Q: Carly Simon was married to which classic rocker?
A: James Taylor

Q: Which band includes these four members: Crisscoula, Eisen, Frehley, Witz?
A: Kiss

Q: Which band includes the following members: Hawkes, Orzechowski, Otcasek, Robinson, Shapiro?
A: The Cars

Q: "Ebony and Ivory" was a duet by whom?
A: Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder

Q: What is the name of the disgraced duet that had three consecutive No. 1 songs in 1989 before surrendering their Grammy Award?
A: Milli Vanilli

Q: What is the name of Nelly Furtado's debut album (released in 2000)?
A: Whoa Nelly

Q: Which Fall Out Boy song is this from: "One night and one more time"?
A: Thanks For The Memories

Q: What band includes these three members: Peart, Weinrib, Zivojinovich?
A: Rush

Q: What was the first number one hit for The Rolling Stones?
A: Satisfaction

Q: Which band includes the following four members: Clayton, Evans, Hewson, Mullen?
A: U2

Q: Which Snoop Doggy Dogg record epitomized the meteoric rise of rap music in 1993?
A: Doggystyle

Q: Who was Ten Years After's lead guitarist?
A: Alvin Lee

Q: "I've Never Been to Me" was a hit for which American singer?
A: Charlene

Q: What song writing team was known as the Glimmer Twins?
A: Jagger and Richards

Q: Which band recorded "Ride Captain Ride"?
A: The Blues Image

Q: The Beatles had 20 number one hits in America. Which of these was on top the longest?
A: Hey Jude

Q: Which band includes these five members: Bruce, Buxton, Dunaway, Furnier, Smith?
A: Alice Cooper

Q: The song writing duo of Ham and Evens were from what band/duo?
A: Bad Finger

Q: What was the name of Busted's live album released in November 2004 in the U.K?
A: A Ticket For Everyone

Q: What was the number one hit during the summer of 1983?
A: Every Breath You Take

Q: Who was Jimi Hendrix's drummer when he was with The Jimi Hendrix Experience?
A: Mitch Mitchell

Q: "Here With Me" is a song by
A: Dido

Q: Who sang the lyric "I'm a leading man, and the lies I weave are oh, so intricate..."?

A: Fall Out Boy

Q: Which Maroon 5 songs begins with "I didn't hear what you were saying"?
A: Wake Up Call

Q: "She never walked on water, guess no one really saw her" is from which song?
A: Homecoming Queen

Q: Who sang The Eagles' song "Life In The Fast Lane"?
A: Don Henley

Q: Paul Rodgers, lead singer of Bad Company, was the lead singer of
which band before Bad Company?
A: Free

Q: Who was the opening act of The Woodstock Music and Art Fair in August 1969?
A: Richie Havens

Q: Which band sang "Wine Red"?
A: The Hush Sound

Q: Who sang the lyric "Is it still me that makes you sweat, am I who you think about in bed, when the light are dim..."?
A: Panic! At The Disco

Q: What was the title of The Beatles' second album released in the United States?
A: The Beatles

Q: What was the name of the hit ex-Westlife singer, Brian McFadden, released as his first solo single?
A: Real To Me

Q: Who was the first country star to top the Top-40 charts in the 1980s?
A: Kenny Rogers

Q: What was a 1992 number one for Michael Bolton featuring the songs "Yesterday" and "White Christmas"?
A: Timeless

Q: What was the license plate number of the Volkswagen on the "Abbey Road" album cover?
A: LMW281F

Q: What band was Keith Emerson in before recording as Emerson, Lake, and Palmer (ELP)?
A: The Nice

Q: Amy Studt's second U.K release was titled what?
A: Misfit

Q: What is the name of Sting's sixth album?
A: Brand New Day

Q: Which My Chemical Romance song has these lyrics "So sick and tired of all the needless beating"?
A: I Don?t Love You

Q: Who sang lead vocals on The Who's song "My Wife"?
A: John Entwistle

Q: Which band includes these four members: Bass, Deal, Ferrano, Wharton?
A: Motley Crue

Q: Which artist has had the most number 1 songs?
A: The Beatles

Q: Which act was left stranded at the airport, therefore becoming a no show at The Woodstock Music and Art Fair in August 1969?
A: Iron Butterfly

Q: M.C. Hammer's 21 week reign at the top was broken up by which New Kids On the Block recording?
A: Step By Step

Q: Who sang 'Last One Standing' ?
A: Girl Thing

Q: What Hedley song do these lyrics come from "You tried to shift the blame, my God, are you insane?"?
A: She?s So Sorry

Q: What was the title of Bryan Adams' only No. 1 song of the 1980s?
A: Heaven

Q: Name the Academy Award-winning artist who scored a No. 1 hit, officially entitled "Chariots of Fire - Titles".
A: Vangelis

Q: The songs "One Sweet Day" and "Always Be My Baby" were hits from which Mariah Carey album?
A: Daydream

Q: Who replaced Joe Perry of Aerosmith when he left?
A: Jimmy Crespo

Q: "First of tha Month" was the first single off of which Bone Thugs-N-Harmony LP?
A: E

Q: Elvis Presley had a 36-year-old record for spending the most weeks at number one with this song.
A: Hound Dog

Q: Which Canadian group sings "Tongue Tied"?
A: Faber Drive

Q: Which Artist started their career with the most consecutive number 1 songs?
A: Mariah Carey

Q: Who wrote the Aretha Franklin song "R.E.S.P.E.C.T."?
A: Otis Redding

Q: "Epistle To Dippy" was a song by what artist?
A: Donovan

Q: What Phil Collins album was the first number one of the 1990s?
A: ...But Seriously

Q: Complete the title of this Anastacia track, "Maybe_______".
A: Today

Q: American singer Stacie Orrico was how old when she won a singing contest and following that received a record deal?
A: 12

Q: What is the title of Janet Jackson's first No. 1 song?
A: When I Think Of You

Q: Which song spent the most weeks at number 1?
A: One Sweet Day

Q: Which artist had the longest time between their first top 40 hit and their first number 1 song?
A: Santana

Q: What 1994 album was the soundtrack to a movie whose filming resulted in the death of an actor?
A: The Crow

Q: What song was Jimi Hendrix's first hit single?
A: Hey Joe

Q: Which Pink Floyd album was their first to debut at number one?
A: Dark Side Of The Moon

Q: Which group hold the chart record for the shortest artist name?
A: M

Q: Who was the teacher who saw success with "Shake You Down", a No. 1 ballad in 1987?
A: Gregory Abbott

Q: Which artist had the most consecutive No. 1 songs in the 1980s?
A: Whitney Houston

Q: Which band had a hit with "Abracadabra"?
A: Steve Miller Band

Q: Which artist had the longest title in terms of words for a non-medley song?
A: Ray Stevens

Q: What song spent the most weeks at number 2 without hitting number 1?
A: Waiting For A Girl Like You

Q: What was N.W.A's 1991 album featuring tracks like "Alwayz Into Somethin" and "Appetite for Destruction"?

Q: Which song has hit the top 40 in the most versions by different artists?
A: The Banana Boat Song

Q: Which surname has the most entries as an Artist (Note: If an artist has more then 1 hit, it only counts at one entry)?
A: Brown