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Music, TV & Film

What Jerry Bruckheimer produced movie stars Will Smith and Gene Hackman? Enemy of the State (1998)
What Arnold Schwarzenegger, "Matt Hatter Chronicles"-like film has a surprise appearance by the 80's Columbia logo and was the first to introduce the current Columbia Pictures animated logo? Last Action Hero (1993)
Can you name one of Revolution Studios' first films when it founded in 2001? (Remember, this was co-produced with Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Ridley Scott) Academy Award-winner, Black Hawk Down (2001)
Can you name the film that was released to 4 theatres in the US on December 28, 2001, but got released to more cinemas worldwide on Mather Luther King Day, January 18th, 2002? Academy Award-winner, Black Hawk Down (2001)
How many years did it take for Marvel Comics' "Spider Man" to get to the big screen? It took 40 years for Marvel's Spider Man to get to the big screen, when Columbia picked up the film rights.
The song "They'll Never Stop the Simpsons" is featured in "The Simpsons" episode DABF12, "Gump Roast", but what is it a parody of? “We Didn't Start the Fire” by Billy Joel (1989)
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