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How Well Do You Know: 2015: The Year in Movies, Part 1
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1. Lots and lots of people went to go see The Avengers: Age of Ultron when it hit theaters. Whether or not you are like lots and lots of people, do you know who provided the voice of the title villain?
Sure, it was Paul Bettany
Yep, it was Jude Law
Certainly, it was James Spader
Of course, it was Liam Neeson
2. He played a Creed and a Storm:
Chris Hemsworth
Michael B. Jordan
Miles Teller
Idris Elba
3. Meanwhile, he played a Griswold and a Cooper:
Steve Carell
Jessie Eisenberg
Ed Helms
Ben Foster
4. This film which went wide in the first month of the year set the record for January box office openers:
The Wedding Ringer
American Sniper
The Boy Next Door
5. If you figured that American Sniper became the January box office opening champ, you're right. This was the film that ended Clint Eastwood's war movie's run as king of the box office:
Jupiter Ascending
Project Almanac
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
6. This section of Disney World's Magic Kingdom park lends its name of a (surprise) Disney 2015 release:
7. Somewhat similarly, which indie critical darling took its name from a New York City borough?
The Bronx
8. Now ready for some real fun? Correctly spell the name of young actress Ronan, star of Brooklyn:
9. If you fell in love again with Cinderella, then you enjoyed Disney's 2015 live-action version which starred Lily James and Richard Madden, known better from these two TV shows:
Madame Secretary and Game of Thrones
Downton Abbey and NCIS
Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones
Madame Secretary and NCIS
10. No self-respecting war party is complete without a dude wielding a flame-throw guitar. This is an object lesson in:
Inside Out
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Man from UNCLE
11. What does it do?
It Remembers
It Beckons
It Haunts
It Follows
To which film could this image possibly be referring?
American Ultra
Victor Frankenstein
Hot Tub Time Machine 2
Our Brand Is Crisis
13. Knock Knock! (don't open the door) Knock Knock! (seriously, dude...don't open the door!) Knock Knock! (trust us....) Aww, this actor plays a man who invites a world of trouble when he opens the door in Knock Knock:
Jeremy Renner
Edward Norton
Clive Owen
Keanu Reeves
14. If your goal this year was to catch the memorable video game star Qbert on film, then your best chance was to take in a screening of:
Ricki and the Flash
Ted 2
Hot Pursuit
15. If you know anything about the premise of Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea, you'll know that this sea creature is central to the film:
16. He not only played the man who either gave or received the gift in The Gift (we're still not exactly sure which), but he also directed The Gift:
Jason Bateman
Channing Tatum
Adam Scott
Joel Edgerton
17. This was the first year that a single studio release three films that all grossed over $1 billion worldwide. This was that studio:
18. Professional athlete-types John Cena and LeBron James turn in serviceable comedic performances in this release:
Road Hard
Get Hard
19. Me and who and the Dying Girl?
20. Finally let's play Which Was Released First. So, um, which was released first?
Paper Towns
Fifty Shades of Grey
San Andreas

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