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MOVIE TRIVIA III

21) How long did it take to render each frame (1/24th of a second) of the CGI scenes in the movie Avatar?


Each frame (1/24 of a second) of the CGI scenes in the movie Avatar (2009) took an average of 47 hours to render.

22) What was the name of Rocky Balboa's dog?


In Rocky, the boxer's dog is a Bullmastiff named Butkus. Butkus was a Christmas gift from Adrian to keep Rocky company while he trained.

23) In Citizen Kane, who or what is "Rosebud"?


Narrated principally through flashbacks, the story of Citizen Kane is told from the perspective of a newsreel reporter trying to solve the mystery of the newspaper magnate's dying word: "Rosebud." As the film ends, the camera reveals that "Rosebud" is the trade name of the sled on which the eight-year-old Kane was playing on the day that he was taken from his home.

24) In what movie did Benedict Cumberbatch wear dentures that were an exact replica of Alan Turing's 60-year old set of false teeth?


While filming The Imitation Game Benedict Cumberbatch wore dentures that were an exact replica of Alan Turing's 60-year old set of false teeth. "It felt important to Benedict -- no one knows what his teeth looked like," says director Morten Tyldum. "That's how detailed he was."

25) In Big Hero 6, what did the animators model Baymax's movements after?


"It took us a while to find just the right walk cycle for Baymax," Zach Parrish -- an Animation Supervisor on Big Hero 6 -- admitted. "But in the end, we decided to model his walk on a baby with a loaded diaper."

26) What country does The Hunger Games take place in?


The Hunger Games takes place in the fictional nation of Panem. The Capitol is the seat of Panem's brutal totalitarian government. Outside of the Capitol, the nation is divided into twelve districts. The Capitol developed the Hunger Games as an annual event to punish the citizens of Panem for their rebellion and to remind them of the consequences of rebelling against the absolute power of the Capitol.

27) American Hustle is a fictionalized retelling of what famous sting operation?


American Hustle is a fictionalized retelling of the FBI ABSCAM operation of the late 1970s and early 1980s, a sting in which the FBI, aided by the Justice Department and a convicted con-man, videotaped politicians accepting bribes from a fraudulent Arabian company in return for various political favors.

28) What famous actor said, "Here's looking at you, kid"?


Originally improvised by Bogart, this line captures the wry, romantic and bittersweet tone of Casablanca, saying a lot without explicitly stating anything.

29) What famous film character quipped, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn"?


Easily the most famous line from the 1939 film Gone with the Wind, it is spoken by Rhett Butler (Clark Gable), as his last words to Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), in response to her tearful question: "Where shall I go? What shall I do?"

30) In Back to the Future, where does Doc Brown get the plutonium to power his time machine?


Doc unveils a time machine built from a modified DeLorean and powered by plutonium stolen from Libyan terrorists.


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