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In this screen game, can your students guess the Hollywood star just by looking at their stunt double? It's easier ... and more difficult than you might think!


Everybody knows Hollywood needs to cast quite similar-looking stunt doubles to replace the actors on screen during an action moment or fight scene, but just how similar are they really? In this fun and engaging screen game, your students are tested to see if they can simply recognize the actor by just seeing the stunt doubles from their similar looks alone.

Each question has three additional clues to help your students get much closer to the correct answer, each appearing one by one (and not needed if they figure it out without them) to help your students confidently guess the correct answer.

This game can be played multiple ways - by separating the room into teams and bringing members from each team up to compete against each other or by calling those who know the actor from the crowd to reward the entire group for attempting to be the first one to find the answer.

Either way, this will be so much fun!

This Resource Includes:

  • Complete PowerPoint game file
  • Individual (10 Q&A + 3 clue slides for each Q + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
  • Title slide (jpeg file)


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About this Product
Use the clues if they get stuck ... but don't show them TOO early, or it may make it too easy.
Austin Griffin

Austin Griffin

Austin Griffin is currently a student at Bible college and takes way too much pride in being the best Air Hockey player in his '07 youth group.
Brandon "Blarg" Smart

Brandon "Blarg" Smart

Brandon "Master Blarg" Smart is the Youth Production Tech at Mariners Church in Irvine and loves students, technology, Xbox, and Star Wars. 'nuff said.