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Guess the Musical Movie from the Scene

4.1
(93 votes)
10 questions
English
1

What is the name of this modern musical?

La La Land

8 Women

Fiddler on the Roof

Sunshine on Leith

76% got this right

Ryan Gosling actually played the piano in "La La Land." He practiced 2 hours a day, 6 days a week.
2

Whose life inspired this biopic?

Elton John

Buzz Aldrin

Elvis

Freddie Mercury

48% got this right

Taron Egerton wears 53 different pairs of glasses throughout the film.
3

Which movie features this magical family?

Encanto

Brave

Frozen

Moana

69% got this right

Mirabel is the first main Disney-animated female character to wear glasses.
4

Which movie features the song "We're All in This Together"?

High School Musical

Annie

Bring it On

Dreamgirls

Easy  85% got this right

The movie was filmed at East High School in Salt Lake City, Utah.
5

What is the name of this 2018 Oscar-nominated film?

A Star is Born

An American in Paris

Moulin Rouge

The Wiz

71% got this right

Bradley Cooper learned how to play guitar and piano for his role.
6

This movie is inspired by the story of P. T. Barnum.

The Greatest Showman

Hairspray

Purple Rain

Sing Street

66% got this right

The movie used costumes from the real-life Barnum & Bailey Circus.
7

This musical movie is named after a US city. Can you find it on this map?

36% got this right

The movie is based on a real-life 1924 Chicago murder case.
8

This movie musical uses the music of ABBA.

Mamma Mia!

Bohemian Rhapsody

Purple Rain

Rocketman

78% got this right

The cast members performed their own singing in this movie.
9

This is a 2021 movie adaptation of a 1957 musical.

West Side Story

Cabaret

In the Heights

Singin' in the Rain

58% got this right

When casting this remake, Steven Spielberg insisted that all Latino characters be portrayed by real Latino actors.
10

What is the movie, written and directed by Baz Luhrmann?

Moulin Rouge

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Les Miserables

Once

48% got this right

“Come What May" was actually written for Baz Luhrmann’s "Romeo + Juliet."