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10's Trivia

Step into the last decade and test your knowledge of the major events, pop culture, and trends that defined the 2010s with these easy-level trivia questions.

10's Trivia





  • Which social media platform became wildly popular in the 2010s, known for its 140-character limit per tweet? Answer: Twitter

  • What animated film, released in 2013, features a snowman named Olaf and a song called "Let It Go"? Answer: Frozen

  • Who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the 2015 movie "The Revenant"? Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio

  • In 2012, which athlete won six gold medals in swimming at the London Olympics? Answer: Michael Phelps

  • What was the name of the popular dance move and song that went viral in 2015, involving "whipping" and "nae nae"? Answer: Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) - Silento

  • Which tech company released the iPhone 4 in 2010, featuring the Retina Display and FaceTime? Answer: Apple

  • What 2017 horror movie, directed by Andy Muschietti, is based on a Stephen King novel about a shape-shifting clown? Answer: It

  • In 2016, which streaming service released the science fiction series "Stranger Things" created by the Duffer Brothers? Answer: Netflix

  • What social network, launched in 2011, allowed users to share and organize images they found online on "pinboards"? Answer: Pinterest

  • Which British singer-songwriter released the album "25" in 2015, featuring the hit song "Hello"? Answer: Adele

  • In 2019, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew by which distant object in the Kuiper Belt, providing valuable data about it? Answer: Ultima Thule (486958 Arrokoth)

  • What 2014 animated film tells the story of a young girl named Riley and the emotions inside her mind? Answer: Inside Out

  • Which athlete, known as "The Notorious," became a UFC champion in two weight classes in 2016? Answer: Conor McGregor

  • In 2011, the Arab Spring uprising began in which North African country, leading to political changes in the region? Answer: Tunisia

  • What 2018 superhero film is set in the African nation of Wakanda and features the character T'Challa as the Black Panther? Answer: Black Panther

  • Which pop star released the album "1989" in 2014, featuring songs like "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space"? Answer: Taylor Swift

  • In 2013, which video game, developed by Mojang, became a worldwide phenomenon, allowing players to build and explore blocky worlds? Answer: Minecraft

  • What 2016 documentary film examines the impact of social media on our lives and features interviews with tech insiders? Answer: "The Social Dilemma"

  • Who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017? Answer: Barack Obama

  • Which British actress played the role of Daenerys Targaryen in the popular TV series "Game of Thrones"? Answer: Emilia Clarke

  • In 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge went viral on social media to raise awareness for which neurodegenerative disease? Answer: ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)

  • Which 2011 film, directed by Woody Allen, features Owen Wilson traveling back in time to 1920s Paris? Answer: Midnight in Paris

  • What 2010s phenomenon involved people recording themselves lip-syncing to popular songs and sharing the videos on an app? Answer: TikTok (formerly known as

  • Which country hosted the 2016 Summer Olympics, which featured the iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer? Answer: Brazil

  • What 2017 science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve is a sequel to a 1982 cult classic and stars Ryan Gosling? Answer: Blade Runner 2049

  • In 2012, a video titled "Gangnam Style" by Psy became a global hit. Which country is Psy from? Answer: South Korea

  • Who became the first African-American woman to win the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in "Monster's Ball" (2001)? Answer: Halle Berry

  • In 2013, Edward Snowden leaked classified documents revealing mass surveillance programs. In which country did he seek asylum? Answer: Russia

  • Which British TV series, created by Charlie Brooker, explores the dark side of technology and society in various standalone episodes? Answer: Black Mirror

  • What 2010s fashion trend involved wearing athletic clothing, even when not participating in sports activities? Answer: Athleisure

  • In 2018, what novel by Kevin Kwan was adapted into a successful romantic comedy film featuring an all-Asian cast? Answer: Crazy Rich Asians

  • Which popular 2010s video game, developed by Epic Games, features a battle royale mode and is known for its building mechanics? Answer: Fortnite

  • In 2017, which streaming platform launched a documentary series titled "Making a Murderer," focusing on the case of Steven Avery? Answer: Netflix

  • What 2019 film, directed by Bong Joon-ho, made history by winning both the Palme d'Or at Cannes and the Best Picture Oscar? Answer: Parasite

  • Which iconic musician, known for hits like "Purple Rain" and "When Doves Cry," passed away in 2016? Answer: Prince

  • In 2019, what Swedish teenage environmental activist sailed across the Atlantic to attend the United Nations Climate Action Summit? Answer: Greta Thunberg

  • Which 2010s video game franchise, developed by Rockstar Games, features an open-world crime setting and multiple protagonists? Answer: Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V)

  • In 2015, the Paris Agreement on climate change was adopted. What is the primary goal of this international accord? Answer: To limit global warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels

  • What 2010s television series, created by Vince Gilligan, serves as a prequel to "Breaking Bad" and focuses on Saul Goodman? Answer: Better Call Saul

  • Which 2010s technology buzzword refers to the process of transferring data and computing resources to remote servers on the internet? Answer: Cloud computing

  • What 2016 documentary film explores the life and career of singer Amy Winehouse and her struggles with addiction? Answer: "Amy"

  • In 2014, which country became the first in the world to legalize recreational marijuana use nationwide? Answer: Uruguay

  • Who was the 2010s artist behind the hit songs "Shape of You" and "Thinking Out Loud"? Answer: Ed Sheeran

  • In 2019, what African country was hit by a devastating outbreak of Ebola, leading to international efforts to contain the virus? Answer: Democratic Republic of the Congo

  • Which 2018 film, directed by Bradley Cooper, is the third remake of a 1937 film and stars Lady Gaga? Answer: A Star Is Born

  • What major political event in 2016 resulted in the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union? Answer: Brexit

  • In 2011, what Occupy Wall Street slogan and hashtag became a symbol of protest against economic inequality? Answer: #OccupyWallStreet or "We are the 99%"

  • Which 2010s TV series, created by Damon Lindelof, is a sequel to a famous graphic novel and explores themes of superheroes? Answer: Watchmen

  • In 2015, what international agreement aimed to limit Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief? Answer: Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)

  • What 2010s mobile game, developed by Niantic, became a cultural phenomenon by combining augmented reality and Pokémon? Answer: Pokémon GO

  • In 2017, which European city experienced a terrorist attack when a truck drove into a crowded Christmas market? Answer: Berlin, Germany

  • Who served as the Prime Minister of Japan for most of the 2010s, from 2012 to 2020? Answer: Shinzo Abe

  • In 2013, which whistleblower revealed classified information about global surveillance programs run by the NSA? Answer: Edward Snowden

  • What 2019 film, directed by Quentin Tarantino, features an ensemble cast and revisits Hollywood in the late 1960s? Answer: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

  • In 2010, which company released the first iPad, revolutionizing the tablet market? Answer: Apple

  • What 2010s TV series, created by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, stars the creator as a witty and troubled young woman? Answer: Fleabag

  • In 2013, which whistleblower revealed documents detailing the surveillance activities of the NSA and other intelligence agencies? Answer: Edward Snowden

  • What 2014 psychological thriller film, directed by David Fincher, is based on a novel by Gillian Flynn? Answer: Gone Girl

  • In 2012, what major hurricane devastated the northeastern United States and caused widespread power outages? Answer: Hurricane Sandy

  • Which 2010s political movement advocating for women's rights and gender equality gained momentum with the #MeToo hashtag? Answer: #MeToo Movement

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