Entertainment Quizzes

The entertainment business just got a little more entertaining! Take your love of the theatre off the the stage with a Broadway game and online to Sporcle to play some fun quizzes about the great white way (or even the West End) If you're more of a comic book fan, test your knowledge with superhero games or with Marvel trivia games. Now your talent of being able to quote lines from famous movies can be put to use. If you're more musically inclined, maybe singing the jingles to your favorite shows and musicals is more your thing. No matter what you prefer, our entertainment games are a great way to enjoy your favorites even more.

Today's Featured Game

People's People
Apparently not all people get to be featured on People magazine. Being famous is a qualification.
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From the Sporcle Archives:
Born in... 1970

More Recent Games

Click a Brit
If the actors in this quiz couldn't do such a convincing American accent, this quiz would be much easier.
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Marvel Picture Find: The Movies
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Very nice of the Invisible Woman to make an appearance for this group photo.
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Tattoo my Body with ... Entertainment
There are far too many people with Tinkerbell tattoos.
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Fictional Chefs (Image Quiz)
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Hop Sing? I was sure that was Arnold from Happy Days. (At least I remembered the orphan chips)
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Celebrities Playing Ping Pong Slideshow #1
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Shirley Temple and Fidel Castro in the same quiz? Smashing!
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Celebrities in Plaid
These celebs wore plaid before it was cool.
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Missing Word: Entertainment Z
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This series of quizzes has been as entertaining as A, B, C,...Z.
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Loco Logos
Sometimes it's hard to remember which logo is real and which one's been changed. Can you get these ones right?
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Cartoons Typing Challenge
You'd be surprised how well some of these cartoons can type. You try typing with only a paw!
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Celebrity Couples 2014
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So, do we call them an item if any of these couples make it to the 2015 edition of this quiz?
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8-letter Actors & Actresses by picture
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For this quiz you need eight to rate.
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'A' List Celebrities
These celebrities are at the top of their alphabetic game.
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THE ONLY: Harry Potter Edition
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This is certainly not the only Harry Potter quiz on Sporcle, but it is the only “The Only” Harry Potter quiz on Sporcle.
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Triathlon: Entertainer 🎤
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Go for the gold and give this quiz a try.
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Musical 'Roles'
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Not sure about some of these? Just role with it.
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Gimme 5: Musicals
Tickets to five musicals sounds like it would cost a lot of money.
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Missing Word: Entertainment A
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Very entertaining, I give it an A.
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Literal Celebrities' Names IV
Abstract, idealistic meanings have no place here. We're all about the literal.
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'Lost' Actors Elsewhere
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Some of these I knew right away, others I got lost.
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Cartoon Character Color Quiz
When you wear the same outfit every day, it's not too difficult to remember what color it is.
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Corporate Logo Silhouettes
Some of these logos seem a little shady.
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Men With Cats
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Isn’t the title of this quiz also the name of a band?
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Fictional Races
Instant aliens - just add pointy ears and weird hairstyles.
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Born in...1985
We're beginning to think Bowling for Soup was on to something, outside of their terrible band name.
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HELLO...My Name Is...'K'
Ironically enough, there isn't a 'Kay' on this quiz.
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Fictional Fast Food
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Name the origin of the fictional Fast Food Joint.
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Name That Monster
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A beast of a quiz.
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Broadway Musicals by Marquee
On your marquee... get set... SING!
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Marvel Picture Find: Super-Villains
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If ever there was a quiz full of evil, this is it.
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Actors with two 5-letter names
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A really fun twist on a matching quiz.
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Entertainment Editor: slipkid

Recent popular comments in Entertainment

  1. Click a Brit
    35
    Let's be honest, he could identify himself as Belgian for all it matters, he'd still have been born in Britain.
  2. Loco Logos
    35
    I agree about the results page. I liked the WaWa question even though I'd never seen the logo before. I chose correctly because it seems better to have the bird flying from left to right which would indicate progress since that's the direction in which we read.
  3. Celebrities in Plaid
    32
    I have a feeling that if the quiz accepted "Urkel", Jaleel White wouldn't be on the bottom.
  4. 'A' List Celebrities
    31
    LisaSimpsonOH, apparently you cannot.
  5. Click a Brit
    30
    @kenmorebrian all Welsh people identify themselves as Welsh, doesn't mean they aren't British-born. Wales is part of Great Britain.
  6. Click a Brit
    30
    ^That doesn't make any sense. He didn't seem to have any problem identifying himself as British when accepting his knighthood.
  7. Click a Brit
    27
    @kenmorebrian: I get the impression that you do not understand the relationship between the constituent countries of the UK and the sovereign country. We nearly all identify ourselves as both English, (Northern) Irish, Scottish or Welsh AND British. Even those who would prefer that their particular part of the Union was independent will generally still acknowledge that they are British. Irrespective of what they think they are, they are born British whether they like it or not (although Anthony Hopkins has subsequently become an American!). However, I can find nothing in Sir Anthony Hopkins' history suggesting that he does not consider himself to be British. He happily accepted a knighthood and in 2001 he was even voted greatest British film actor ahead of Sir Laurence Olivier and Sir Michael Caine (we like knighting our actors and they love awards).
  8. Loco Logos
    25
    I had to go back and look at the Wikipedia one afterward just to try to figure out what was different between A and B. Finally found it.
  9. Loco Logos
    25
    So let me get this straight: 'Correct' (as the correct answer) has been answered correctly anywhere between 86% and 49%, but it may have been incorrect some of the time?

    No?

    Well, what?
  10. Loco Logos
    24
    Wawa! You have made every Philadelphia-area Sporcler's day. Thanks!