If You Get 5/7 On This 2020 Oscars Quiz, You Should Be a Member of the Academy

By: Katie Ormsby
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If You Get 5/7 On This 2020 Oscars Quiz, You Should Be a Member of the Academy
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About This Quiz

Hollywood's biggest night brought us heartwarming speeches, meme-worthy moments and a few history-making wins. See how well you know what happened at the 92nd Academy Awards.
oscars 1 And the Oscar for Best Picture went to ...
"1917"
"Parasite"
"Parasite" made Oscars history as the first foreign-language film to win Best Picture. It's also the first South Korean film to win Best International Feature Film.
"Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood"
"The Irishman"

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oscars 2 Three of these performers were first-time winners in an acting category. Who had already won?
Laura Dern
Brad Pitt
Joaquin Phoenix
Renée Zellweger
While Brad Pitt already had an Oscar for producing "12 Years a Slave," he had yet to win in an acting category. He and Joaquin Phoenix had previously lost three times and Laura Dern had lost twice. Renée Zellweger won in 2004 for her performance in "Cold Mountain."

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oscars 3 Despite receiving 10 nominations, which movie went home empty-handed?
"The Irishman"
In the lead up to awards season, Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" was expected to be a front-runner. Though the film did earn 10 nominations, it didn't win anything at the Oscars.
"Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood"
"1917"
"Little Women"

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oscars 4 In his Best Director acceptance speech, whose films did Bong Joon-ho say inspired him in school?
Stanley Kubrick
Francis Ford Coppola
Steven Spielberg
Martin Scorsese
"Parasite" director Bong Joon-ho used his acceptance speech to give a big shoutout to Martin Scorsese. Joon-ho's tribute to the legendary director inspired the audience to give Scorsese a standing ovation. Joon-ho also gave a special thank you to director Quentin Tarantino for being a big supporter of his work.

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oscars 8 Which musical artist gave a surprise performance?
Eminem
Eminem performed his 2003 Oscar-winning "Lose Yourself" for a rather confused audience. Martin Scorsese, Billie Eilish and Idina Menzel quickly became memes thanks to their baffled reactions. Considering it isn't an anniversary for the song's win, we can't blame the audience for not knowing what to make of the appearance.
John Legend
Adele
Kanye West

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oscars 6 Who was left out of the "In Memoriam" segment?
Kirk Douglas
Kobe Bryant
Peter Fonda
Luke Perry
While Luke Perry was mostly known for his television roles, he does have a memorable cameo in "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood," one of the year's most prominent Oscar nominees. The actor died after a stroke at the age of 52 on March 4th, 2019.

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oscars 7 Fittingly, which category did James Corden and Rebel Wilson present dressed as their "Cats" characters?
Best Costume Design
Best Original Song
Best Visual Effects
James Corden and Rebel Wilson poked fun at the much-maligned visual effects of "Cats." When the film opened in December to terrible reviews and blistering social media jokes about its CGI, the studio quickly sent theaters an updated version of the movie with updated visual effects.
Best Makeup and Hairstyling

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You Got:
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