Guess the Musical Movie from the Scene

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#1  Buttons  20 seconds  76% correct rate

What is the name of this modern musical?

La La Land

Sunshine on Leith

8 Women

Fiddler on the Roof

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

#2  Buttons  20 seconds  53% correct rate

Whose life inspired this biopic?

Elton John

Freddie Mercury

Buzz Aldrin


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

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Which movie features this magical family?





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

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

High School Musical

Bring it On



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

#5  Buttons  20 seconds  67% correct rate

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

A Star is Born

An American in Paris

The Wiz

Moulin Rouge

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

#6  Buttons  20 seconds  65% correct rate

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

The Greatest Showman

Sing Street

Purple Rain


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

#7  Location  50 seconds  37% correct rate

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

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

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This movie musical uses the music of ABBA.

Mamma Mia!

Purple Rain


Bohemian Rhapsody

The cast members performed their own singing in this movie.

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This is a 2021 movie adaptation of a 1957 musical.

West Side Story

In the Heights

Singin' in the Rain


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

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

Moulin Rouge

Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Les Miserables


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