Free Hollywood Trivia Questions and Answers

Fun Hollywood trivia quiz questions with answers.

 

Free Hollywood Trivia Questions and Answers

Who cried during her Oscar acceptance speech for Shakespeare in Love?
A: Gwyneth Paltrow.

Which working hours were a hit for Dolly Parton?
A: 9 to 5.

Who won an Oscar for her first film role in Mary Poppins?
A: Julie Andrews.

What is Goldie Hawn's real name?
A: Goldie Hawn.

Which film classic took its name from Ernest Dowson's Cynara?
A: Gone With The Wind.

What was Melissa Mathison's contribution to E.T.?
A: Scriptwriter.

Who directed The Day of the Jackal in 1973?
A: Fred Zimmerman.

 

In how many countries did A Few Good Men open simultaneously?
A: 51.

Which actor said of Hollywood, "If you say what you mean in this town, you're an outlaw?"
A: Kevin Costner.

In which 1990 Robert de Niro film did the director's parents both appear?
A: Goodfellas.

In which film did Bacall say to Bogart, "If you want me just whistle?"
A: To Have and To Have Not.

In which film did Bette Davis say,  "Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night?"
A: All About Eve.

Which plant was Ulma Thurman named after in Batman & Robin?
A: Ivy.

Which star of Sliding  Doors split with fiancé Brad Pitt in 1997?
A: Gwyneth Paltrow.

 

What was dubbed an equal, not a sequel to Four Weddings and a Funeral?
A: Notting Hill.

Who was Elwood's brother in The Blues Brothers?
A: Jake.

Who was the only British actor to win the Best Actor Oscar in the 80s?
A; Ben Kingsley.

For which film did Katharine Hepburn win the first of her four 20th century Oscars?
A: Morning Glory.

Which movie won Best Film in 1981?
A: Chariots of Fire.

How many times was Richard Burton nominated for an Oscar, though he never won?
A: Seven.

Who was the first father and son to win acting Oscars for the same film?
A: Walter & John Huston.

 

How many years after Terminator was Terminator 2 released?
A: Seven.

Who directed Eyes Wide Shut?
A: Stanley Kubrick.

Which 50s film held the record for the most number of animals in a film?
A: Around the World in 80 Days.

Which 60s film told of the exploits of Robert Gold an Diana Scott?
A: Darling.

In which film does the heroine say, "I am big. It's the pictures that got small?"
A: Sunset Boulevard.

Which Oscar-winning actress played the medium Oda Mae Brown in Ghost?
A: Whoopi Goldberg.

Who was the Working Girl of the title in the film in which Harrison Ford also starred?
A: Melanie Griffith.

 

What was Crocodile Dundee's real first name?
A: Mick.

Inside what toy does a love scene in Honey I Shrunk The Kids take place?
A: Lego Brick

For which film did Barbra Streisand win her second Oscar?
A: A Star is Born--Evergreen.

Which 1994 film won the Oscar for best costume design?
A: The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

What was John Cazale's last film?
A: The Deer Hunter.

In Casablanca, who played Sam, the pianist asked to "play it again?"
A: Dooley Wilson.

Which character said, "Love means never having to say you're sorry?"
A: Oliver.

 

In which film did Groucho Marx say, "Either this man is dead or my watch has stopped?"
A: A Day at the Races.

Who played the Nutty Professor in the 1996 remake of Jerry Lewis's film?
A: Eddie Murphy.

Who or what is Priscilla in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert?
A: Bus.

What is Jim Carrey's profession in Liar Liar?
A: Lawyer.

Janet Leigh played one of the most horrific scenes where in a motel?
A; Shower.

Who was cast as Princess Leia in Star Wars after her film debut in Shampoo with Warren Beatty?
A:  Carrie Fisher.

For which 1990 film did Bruce Joel Rubin win Best Screenplay Oscar?
A: Ghost.

What was the first film to have its whole cast Oscar-nominated?
A: Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?