‘Jeopardy!’: Ken Jennings Challenges Fans to Name Every Movie Reference in Incredible Mashup Pic

by Joe Rutland
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Movie fans, it’s time to put your thinking caps on courtesy of “Jeopardy!” champion and recent guest host Ken Jennings. He is pushing you.

Jennings took to Twitter and posted a photo where he’s asking his followers to name all the movie references in a pool. Looking at the image will definitely keep you busy when it comes to writing your answers down.

Maybe he’s hoping you will tackle this like a “Final Jeopardy!” test.

One thing is for sure, though. You are going to have to know about movies so, if you haven’t brushed up lately, then you better get busy.

Anyway, take a look at this recent tweet from Ken Jennings and get to work.

Ken Jennings Puts ‘Jeopardy!’ Fans’ Memories On High Alert

My goodness, how many movie references are in this photo? Well, that’s going to be up to you to answer. Ken Jennings is definitely putting a lot of people in twists and knots to figure out which movie is being referenced.

There’s probably someone out there, though, who can solve this quicker than solving a Rubix’s cube.

Ken Jennings did not say that this was a closed-book test, either. Maybe you can use your movie guide books or, heck, even Google to figure the images out in the photo.

Here’s wishing you good luck on your big-screen clue adventure, courtesy of “Jeopardy!” champion Ken Jennings.

Jennings Reveals ‘True Test for Generation X’ In Tweet

Recently, Ken Jennings finished up his run as celebrity guest host on “Jeopardy!”

He made the most of his time as host as well as being on the show himself. Jennings is the most successful game show contestant in history.

“Jeopardy!” is trying out several guest hosts as the show looks to replace legendary host Alex Trebek, who died of pancreatic cancer in November 2020.

Ken Jennings, though, is also known for his wit. He tossed some of it out there on Twitter earlier this week.

With a nod to Generation X, Jennings wrote, “The true test for Generation X is if whether or not you ever thought Marc McClure was the biggest movie star in the world because he was in Freaky Friday AND Superman AND Back to the Future.”

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