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Can You Pass The Biggest Little 'Elf' Quiz?

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It’s almost Christmas time, and you know what that means; gingerbread, cozy socks, twinkle lights, and movies! Oh, so many Christmas movies to watch again and again while waiting for Santa. And what is, by far, the greatest modern Christmas film — if not the greatest ever? Of course, it’s Elf! Didn’t you know they made a law banning Christmas movies after its release because it is that perfect? That’s a lie, but they should’ve. If you’re a fan of the early aughts treasure, then test your knowledge against this quiz, and prove to your friends, your family, and the rest of the world that you are the ultimate Elf aficionado. Get ready to relive those big kid memories, and remember, “the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!”

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Did you know?

It took a lot for 'Elf' to get made

Elf was released in theaters in 2003 and quickly became an instant holiday classic.  Starring Will Ferrell in the title role and directed by Jon Favreau, the original script was penned in 1993 but went through several rewrites, including one by Ferrell and his writing partner Adam McKay.  The original script was said to be much darker, and Favreau realized he could make the film with a PG rating if he turned it into a kind of homage to the classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer TV special.  Although the movie takes place in New York and the North Pole, it was filmed in both New York City and British Columbia, Canada.  Despite the film making close to $200 million at the box office and spawning a musical, an animated special, and even a video game, fans should not get their hopes up for a sequel with the original cast. Ferrell has downplayed the idea, and it's been reported that he and Favreau did not get along on the set.

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