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How Well Do You Know Oscars® Trivia?

Does your knowledge of the red carpet deserve an award?

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    An Oscar® statuette weighs 8.5 pounds.

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    Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, and Sigourney Weaver have all been nominated for, but have never won, an Oscar®.

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    Meryl Streep has been nominated 19 times, more than anyone else in the history of the show.

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    A is correct! Gladiator won in 2000; A Beautiful Mind won in 2001; Chicago won in 2002; and The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King won in 2003.

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    Titanic is tied with All About Eve for 14 nominations! That’s fewer than Meryl, but still pretty good.

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    Leo was NOT nominated for Revolutionary Road.

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    Tatum O’Neal won for Best Supporting Actress in Paper Moon when she was freakin’ 10 years old!

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    Douglas Fairbanks was the first-ever host AND president of the Oscars®.

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    Marlon Brando used his Oscar® win to talk about the rights of Native Americans.

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    Isn’t he handsome?

    Isn’t he handsome?
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