Jennifer Lawrence Wins Guinness Book World Record

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Jennifer Lawrence can now add Guinness Book World Record holder to her resume.

In the midst of the nude picture hacking scandal, a ray of light has beamed down on Jennifer Lawrence. According to the official Guinness World Records site, Jennifer Lawrence now holds the record as the highest grossing action movie heroine of all time for her starring roles in the Hunger Games films.

The first two films for Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, together grossed over $1.52 billion at the worldwide box office. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was also proclaimed the highest grossing post-apocalyptic film, making over $854 million worldwide. And, of course, Jennifer Lawrence’s numbers will only increase with the third and fourth Hunger Games films — The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts I and II respectively — yet to be released. The first of the Mockingjay films is set to be released in the United States in November.

Many other entertainment records were set in the 2015 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records, according to E! Online.

Beyoncé set the record for the fastest-selling iTunes record with her self-titled album released last December. The album sold 838,773 copies in just three days.

Metallica became the only band in human history to tour on all seven continents, including Antarctica, and the masters of metal did it all in a single year!

Guardians of the Galaxy star Vin Diesel broke the record for the most Facebook likes on a single post. Over 6.8 million followers liked a picture the star posted of himself with the late Paul Walker.

Katy Perry reigns supreme when it comes to Twitter. The pop superstar has over 56 million followers.

Martin Scorsese’s film The Wolf of Wall Street now holds the record for most swearing in a single film. The Leonardo DiCaprio starring-flick contained over 687 expletives — which equals almost 3.81 swear words every single minute.

One Direction became the first band in history to debut at number one with their first three albums.

Alex Trebek broke the record for most game show episodes hosted by the same presenter by hosting 6,829 episodes of Jeopardy!

Frozen broke the record for being the highest-grossing animated film at the box office. The remarkable Disney film has made over $1.13 billion to date internationally, and interest in the film has only seemed to wane slightly.

Miley Cyrus is now the most-searched-for celebrity on the internet, and Shakira actually won two Guinness Awards: one for most the most liked person on Facebook, and the first person to reach 100 million likes on Facebook.

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