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Love it or hate it, we’re got the first movies of the sequel trilogy this week.
Hey gang, I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this week, we’ve got Star Wars The Force Awakens Trivia on tap. The new movies were divisive to say the least. But, we covered the other six movies in the Skywalker saga, so it only stands to reason we hit Episodes 7-9.
As always, it’s three rounds of 10 questions each. I ask, you get a timer, and then we settled up. Sound good? Great. Then let’s get started.
The Dorky Round
- Carrie Fisher drops her princess title for what military one?
She’s a General in Episode VII
- Who directed Episode VII?
- Who flies a black & orange X-Wing?
- Which original trilogy actor only appears at the very end of the film and has no dialogue?
- Who is the first droid we meet in Episode VII?
- This is the first Star Wars film to be released by what studio?
Walt Disney Pictures
- What character wore chrome stormtrooper armor?
- Who plays the character of Rey?
- Adam Driver plays what villain?
- The Galactic Empire is replaced by what organization?
The First Order
The Geeky Round
- What star of Rogue One was one of the finalists to play Rey?
- What is Kylo Ren’s birth name?
- The movie starts on which planet?
- Who says, “I have a bad feeling about this” in Episode VII?
- Who described watching the movie as an experience akin to attending an ex-wife’s wedding?
- What daughter of Carrie Fisher played Lt. Connix?
- The Force Awakens marks the first time JJ Abrams did not use who as a composer?
Michael Giacchino. He does, however, have a cameo as a stormtrooper
- Who was considered a top choice for directing Episode VII, but had conflicts with the film Tomorrowland?
- Episode VII is the first Star Wars movie released in what month?
December. All previous Star Wars movies were released in May.
- Who received their 50th Oscar nomination for their work on the film?
The Nerdy Round
- Who is credited as a “consultant” for R2-D2?
- JJ Abrams was inspired by what 1979 horror movie when naming Phasma?
Phantasm. He said the shiny armor reminded him of the spheres
- Who voiced Maz Kanata?
- How many years, in-universe, separate Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens?
- Due to Peter Mayhew’s age, what actor doubled for Chewbacca?
- The New Republic’s capital is located on what planet?
- What trilogy of books by Chuck Wendig covers the time between Episodes VI and VII?
The Aftermath Trilogy
- What deadly creatures are Han Solo and Chewbacca transporting?
- What British actor plays the stormtrooper that Rey “mind tricks” into letting her go
- What is Finn’s stormtrooper designation?
And that’s it for Star Wars Episode 7. What was your take on the movie? Let me know on social media. I know Star Wars fans are not shy about their opinions.
I’ll be back next week with another episode. Here’s a clue for what to expect:
What toy was first released the tag line: ‘America’s Movable Fighting Man’
Toy trivia? It’s been a long time since we’ve had one of those. I think The Transformers was the last time we had one. Come back next Wednesday to find out what it is.
This has been episode 216 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast.
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