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Sorry, hackers. Jennifer Lawrence still gets the last laugh.
Guinness World Records has announced that the Oscar winner is the highest-grossing action movie heroine of the year!
The popular Hunger Games franchise has earned more than $1.52 billion internationally, with 2013's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire raking in $854 million globally. This impressive figure also makes the sequel the highest-grossing post-apocalypse movie of the year.
Now, that's some serious girl power!
In anticipation of the Guinness World Records 2015 book, a short preview of the celebrity and entertainment record-breakers from the past year was released, and some of our other favorites also made the cut!
HBO can be proud of its fantasy-drama series, Game of Thrones. It was named the most pirated television program with 5.9 million downloads per episode!
Unsurprisingly, Frozen won the title of highest-grossing animated film at the box office. The Disney film has brought in $1.13 billion internationally to date, and fans certainly aren't letting go anytime soon.
Miley Cyrus twerked her way on to the list to become the most searched-for pop star on the Internet, while Shakira received two honors—most liked person and the first person to reach 100 million likes on Facebook.
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Fast & Furious actor Vin Diesel broke the record for the most Facebook likes on a post—6.8 million, to be exact—after he shared a pic of himself with late pal Paul Walker.
Beyoncé received a nice birthday surprise as her self-titled release last December was named the fastest-selling iTunes album, with 838,773 copies sold in the first three days.
Musicians continue to dominate the list as One Direction becomes the first act to debut at number one with their first three albums, and Katy Perry reigns on the Twitter throne with 56 million followers.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street now holds the title for the most swearing in one film. The flick contained at least 687 expletives, which equals approximately 3.81 curse words per minute!
Pick up the Guinness World Records 2015 book on Sept. 11 to see more of the entertainment record-holders from the past 12 months!