Extremely Hard General Knowledge #40

Answer these DIFFICULT random trivia questions.
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Last updated: April 18, 2023
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In which year did the Beatles play at Shea Stadium in New York City for the first time to a crowd of over 55,000?
Who beat Germany in the final of Euro 1992, which was held in Sweden?
Who directed the films Zombieland (2009), Zombieland: Double Tap (2019) and Venom (2018)?
Ruben Fleischer
Which constituency in Greater London was represented by Margaret Thatcher from 1959 to 1992?
Which UK band has had UK Top 10 hits with 'Pretty Vacant', 'Holiday in the Sun' and 'God Save the Queen' all in the 1970s?
Sex Pistols
What is the Italian translation for the number 40?
Which Flemish artist painted works such as 'The Elevation of the Cross', 'Samson and Delilah' and 'The Judgement of Paris'?
Peter Paul Rubens
Which city in Sweden is the namesake of 4 elements on the periodic table?
Which American poet works included 'O Captain, My Captain!' and 'Leaves of Grass' ?
Walt Whitman
Which animal has fingerprints that are the most like human fingerprints?
Which British war photographer had his life saved by his Nikon camera when it stopped a bullet in 1968?
Don McCullin
Which company was founded by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jared Karim in California in 2005?
Which Shakespearean comedy follows the protagonist Rosalind who flees to the Forest of Arden?
As You Like It
What term commonly used by sailors refers to a mattress stuffed with straw?
Donkeys breakfast
What unit of length, whose symbol is a letter of the Swedish alphabet, is equivalent to one ten-billionth of a metre?
'Water Music' is a collection of orchestral movements composed by which German-British composer?
George Frideric Handel
Which Japanese martial art uses bamboo sticks called shinai?
Who won the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in Blue Sky (1995) and the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Tootsie (1982)?
Jessica Lange
In Norse Mythology, the first man was called Ask and the first woman was called what?
What is the name of a sauce when you add grated cheese to a bechamel sauce?
Mornay sauce
Level 50
Apr 18, 2023
No such thing as ‘Best lead actress’. Only ‘best
Level 64
Apr 18, 2023
Thanks for pointing out, have changed the wording