Actress Rachel McAdams has reaffirmed her clout at the box office. Her romantic vehicle "The Vow" beat out the Rock and Denzel Washington at the box office over the weekend before Valentine's Day. The film brought in an impressive $41.2 million to beat out "Safe House" and "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island." McAdams is no stranger to success at the cinema. But how much do we really know about the charming actress? Here are some trivia questions about the actress and the movies that made her famous.
1. McAdams had her first major starring role in the 2002 movie "The Hot Chick." She plays a high school girl that changes bodies with Rob Schneider. What actress played her best friend in the movie?
2. In 2004, McAdams broke out as a major star in the hit comedy "Mean Girls." What former "Saturday Night Live" star wrote the screenplay for that movie?
3. Long before "The Vow," the actress brought tears to the eyes of viewers in "The Notebook." The movie is told through a flashback. What actress plays the older version of McAdams's character?
4. McAdams has one Screen Actors Guild nomination on her resume. What movie earned her this honor?
5. The opening weekend was impressive for "The Vow" but has a long way to go to pass some other hits on McAdams's credits. What two movies did she appear in that earned more than $200 million at the domestic box office?
1. Anna Faris played April in "The Hot Chick."
2. Tina Fey wrote and co-starred in "Mean Girls." She has gone on to earn even more acclaim as the star and producer of the NBC hit "30 Rock."
3. Actress Gena Rowlands portrays the older version of Allison, the character played by McAdams in "The Notebook."
4. She earned a nomination as part of the ensemble cast of the Woody Allen hit "Midnight in Paris" in 2011.
5. McAdams had big roles in "The Wedding Crashers" and "Sherlock Holmes." Both films soared past the $200 million mark.Note: This was written by a Yahoo! contributor. Join the Yahoo! Contributor Network here to start publishing your own articles.
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