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Answers: Julia Roberts Quiz

posted by Nell Minow

Congrats to all the smarties who know their JR movies!
1. One thing she can’t do is sing very well. What all-star movie had her try a sad love song? “Everyone Says I Love You”
2. Which of her movies was originally titled “$3000?” “Pretty Woman”
3. In which movie does she play a military officer with a child? “Valentine’s Day”
4. In which movie does she rehearse for playing a military officer with a child? “Notting Hill”
5. She is usually cast in contemporary roles. But in which movie did she play a 19th century housemaid? “Mary Reilly”
6. Name two movies where she played a movie star and one where she played a movie star’s sister. She was a movie star in “Notting Hill” and “Full Frontal” and a movie star’s sister in “America’s Sweethearts.”
7. In which movie did she describe her “signature colors?” “Steel Magnolias” and I think they were blush and bashful!
8. She played characters in which two movies based on classic children’s stories? “Charlotte’s Web” and “Hook”
9. In which movie was she kidnapped? “The Mexican” (by James Gandofini!)
10. In which two movies did she play a photographer? “Step-Mom” and “Closer”
Thanks for playing!



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