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00's Trivia

Step into the early 2000s with this trivia theme, where you can test your knowledge on the music, movies, TV shows, and pop culture that defined the turn of the century.

00's Trivia





  • Who played the title character in the 2001 movie "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"? Answer: Daniel Radcliffe

  • What social media platform was founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and his college roommates? Answer: Facebook

  • In 2008, what superhero film directed by Christopher Nolan featured Heath Ledger as the Joker? Answer: The Dark Knight

  • Which animated film, released in 2003, follows the adventures of a clownfish named Marlin searching for his son Nemo? Answer: Finding Nemo

  • What popular reality TV show, which debuted in 2002, involves contestants living together in a house and competing for a cash prize? Answer: Big Brother

  • What 2000 film, directed by Ridley Scott, stars Russell Crowe as a Roman general seeking revenge? Answer: Gladiator

  • Which American pop group released the hit song "Oops!... I Did It Again" in 2000? Answer: Britney Spears

  • What 2001 film, based on a series of books by J.K. Rowling, is the first installment of the Harry Potter series? Answer: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

  • Which animated film, released in 2004, features a superhero family known as the Incredibles? Answer: The Incredibles

  • Who won the 2008 U.S. presidential election, becoming the 44th President of the United States? Answer: Barack Obama

  • What electronic device, introduced in 2001, revolutionized the music industry by allowing users to store and play digital music? Answer: iPod

  • In 2007, which tech company released the first-generation iPhone, changing the smartphone industry? Answer: Apple

  • What 2003 Disney film is set in ancient Polynesia and features a young girl named Moana on a quest to save her people? Answer: Moana

  • Which TV series, which premiered in 2005, follows the lives of doctors at the fictional Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital? Answer: Grey's Anatomy

  • What 2009 science fiction film, directed by James Cameron, became the highest-grossing movie of all time? Answer: Avatar

  • In 2004, which online video-sharing platform was founded, allowing users to upload and share videos? Answer: YouTube

  • Who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the 2005 film "Capote"? Answer: Philip Seymour Hoffman

  • What 2007 Pixar film tells the story of a rat named Remy with a passion for cooking? Answer: Ratatouille

  • Which 2000s TV series, created by Joss Whedon, follows the adventures of Buffy Summers, a vampire slayer? Answer: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

  • In 2002, which country hosted the FIFA World Cup, which Brazil won by defeating Germany in the final? Answer: South Korea and Japan

  • What 2006 dystopian film, based on a novel by Alan Moore, features a masked vigilante known as "V"? Answer: V for Vendetta

  • In 2006, which American company launched a microblogging platform that limited posts to 140 characters, called tweets? Answer: Twitter

  • Which British author wrote the popular book series "A Series of Unfortunate Events," which was adapted into a 2004 film and a 2017 TV series? Answer: Lemony Snicket (pen name for Daniel Handler)

  • What 2008 animated film features a panda named Po who dreams of becoming a kung fu master? Answer: Kung Fu Panda

  • In 2009, who became the first African-American First Lady of the United States? Answer: Michelle Obama

  • Which actor played the role of Jack Dawson in the 1997 film "Titanic" and starred in the 2008 film "Revolutionary Road"? Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio

  • What 2000s TV series, created by J.J. Abrams, followed a group of survivors after a plane crash on a mysterious island? Answer: Lost

  • In 2005, YouTube was acquired by which tech giant for $1.65 billion? Answer: Google

  • Which 2001 animated film tells the story of a young monster named Sulley and his friendship with a girl named Boo? Answer: Monsters, Inc.

  • What 2002 science fiction film, directed by Steven Spielberg, is set in a future where crimes are prevented before they occur? Answer: Minority Report

  • In 2003, the U.S. and its allies invaded which country, leading to the eventual capture of Saddam Hussein? Answer: Iraq

  • Which 2004 biographical film, directed by Martin Scorsese, stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes? Answer: The Aviator

  • What 2000s TV series, set in the fictional town of Stars Hollow, follows the life of Lorelai Gilmore and her daughter Rory? Answer: Gilmore Girls

  • In 2007, which technology company released the first-generation iPhone, revolutionizing the smartphone industry? Answer: Apple

  • What 2000s pop punk band released the album "From Under the Cork Tree," featuring hits like "Sugar, We're Goin Down"? Answer: Fall Out Boy

  • Which 2000s video game, developed by Rockstar Games, follows the story of a former gang member in the fictional city of Liberty City? Answer: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

  • In 2008, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to promote diplomacy and reduce nuclear arms? Answer: Barack Obama

  • What 2000 film, directed by Steven Soderbergh, stars Julia Roberts as a single mother who becomes a successful legal assistant? Answer: Erin Brockovich

  • Which 2000s reality TV show, hosted by Donald Trump, featured contestants competing for a job within his organization? Answer: The Apprentice

  • In 2005, what natural disaster struck the Gulf Coast of the United States, causing widespread destruction and flooding in New Orleans? Answer: Hurricane Katrina

  • What 2003 science fiction film, directed by the Wachowskis, explores the concept of a simulated reality? Answer: The Matrix Reloaded

  • In 2006, which African country hosted the FIFA World Cup, becoming the first African nation to do so? Answer: Germany

  • Who won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the 2002 film "Monster"? Answer: Charlize Theron

  • What 2000s TV series, created by David Chase, follows the life of mob boss Tony Soprano and his struggles with crime and family? Answer: The Sopranos

  • In 2003, which European country became the first to legally recognize same-sex marriage nationwide? Answer: Netherlands

  • What 2005 film, directed by Christopher Nolan, features a character named John "Jigsaw" Kramer who creates elaborate traps? Answer: Saw

  • In 2000, which political figure and former U.S. Vice President ran for President as the Democratic nominee but lost to George W. Bush? Answer: Al Gore

  • Which 2000s reality TV show featured contestants competing in a remote location, forming alliances, and voting each other off the island? Answer: Survivor

  • What 2000s technology company, founded by Elon Musk, is known for its electric cars and reusable rockets? Answer: Tesla, Inc.

  • In 2006, what former Soviet spy and critic of the Russian government was poisoned with a radioactive substance in London? Answer: Alexander Litvinenko

  • Which 2000s animated TV series, created by Matt Groening, follows the adventures of a futuristic delivery crew? Answer: Futurama

  • What 2008 science fiction film, directed by Christopher Nolan, explores the concept of dreams within dreams? Answer: Inception

  • In 2003, what multinational conglomerate faced a massive accounting scandal that led to bankruptcy and the dissolution of the company? Answer: Enron

  • Which 2000s TV series, created by David Simon, depicts the lives of residents in Baltimore, Maryland, and explores social issues? Answer: The Wire

  • What 2007 film, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, features a character named Daniel Plainview, an oilman? Answer: There Will Be Blood

  • In 2008, which country hosted the Summer Olympics, marking the first time the games were held in China? Answer: China (Beijing)

  • What 2000s animated film features a rat named Remy who dreams of becoming a French chef in Paris? Answer: Ratatouille

  • Which 2000s TV series, created by Matthew Weiner, is set in the 1960s and focuses on the advertising industry in New York City? Answer: Mad Men

  • What 2004 American documentary film, directed by Morgan Spurlock, examines the health effects of a fast-food diet? Answer: Super Size Me

  • In 2004, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to promote democracy and human rights in her native country of Iran? Answer: Shirin Ebadi

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