10 Movies To Break World Records!

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Avatar is the highest-grossing film of all time (surpassed Titanic’s record) with a worldwide gross $2.8 billion. Avatar is the highest-grossing film of all time (surpassed Titanic’s record) with a worldwide gross $2.8 billion.

Avatar is the highest-grossing film of all time (surpassed Titanic’s record) with a worldwide gross $2.8 billion.

The record for most Oscar wins currently stands at eleven – a record shared by three movies: ‘Ben Hur’, ‘Titanic’ and ‘Lord of the Rings: Return of the King’. The record for most Oscar wins currently stands at eleven – a record shared by three movies: ‘Ben Hur’, ‘Titanic’ and ‘Lord of the Rings: Return of the King’.

The record for most Oscar wins currently stands at eleven – a record shared by three movies: ‘Ben Hur’, ‘Titanic’ and ‘Lord of the Rings: Return of the King’.

Swearnet: The Movie’, a 2014 Canadian comedy film, holds the Guinness World Record for the most swear words in one film stands at an impressive 868 expletives. Swearnet: The Movie’, a 2014 Canadian comedy film, holds the Guinness World Record for the most swear words in one film stands at an impressive 868 expletives.

Swearnet: The Movie’, a 2014 Canadian comedy film, holds the Guinness World Record for the most swear words in one film stands at an impressive 868 expletives.

Hepburn’s iconic black cocktail dress in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ designed by Hubert de Givenchy was sold to an anonymous bidder by author Dominique Lapierre on 5 December 2006 – making it the most expensive costume ever when it sold for £467,200. Hepburn’s iconic black cocktail dress in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ designed by Hubert de Givenchy was sold to an anonymous bidder by author Dominique Lapierre on 5 December 2006 – making it the most expensive costume ever when it sold for £467,200.

Hepburn’s iconic black cocktail dress in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ designed by Hubert de Givenchy was sold to an anonymous bidder by author Dominique Lapierre on 5 December 2006 – making it the most expensive costume ever when it sold for £467,200.

‘The Godfather’ broke the record for the ‘Most expensive script from a film’ when Marlon Brando’s personal script from The Godfather was sold on 30 June 2005 for $312,800 to an anonymous bidder at Christie’s, New York. ‘The Godfather’ broke the record for the ‘Most expensive script from a film’ when Marlon Brando’s personal script from The Godfather was sold on 30 June 2005 for $312,800 to an anonymous bidder at Christie’s, New York.

‘The Godfather’ broke the record for the ‘Most expensive script from a film’ when Marlon Brando’s personal script from The Godfather was sold on 30 June 2005 for $312,800 to an anonymous bidder at Christie’s, New York.

Frozen, original version along with singalong version, pulled in $1,274,234,980 worldwide, nabbing the movie the record for the highest box-office film gross for an animation. Frozen, original version along with singalong version, pulled in $1,274,234,980 worldwide, nabbing the movie the record for the highest box-office film gross for an animation.

Frozen, original version along with singalong version, pulled in $1,274,234,980 worldwide, nabbing the movie the record for the highest box-office film gross for an animation.

The record for the most expensive film produced is held by ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’.  The film had an estimated production budget of around $300 million, going on to cost $378.5 million in total. The record for the most expensive film produced is held by ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’.  The film had an estimated production budget of around $300 million, going on to cost $378.5 million in total.

The record for the most expensive film produced is held by ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’. The film had an estimated production budget of around $300 million, going on to cost $378.5 million in total.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ grossed $936.7 million in the United States and Canada,and $1.132 billion internationally for a worldwide total of $2.068 billion.It crossed the $1 billion worldwide figure in twelve days to break the record of Jurassic World Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ grossed $936.7 million in the United States and Canada,and $1.132 billion internationally for a worldwide total of $2.068 billion.It crossed the $1 billion worldwide figure in twelve days to break the record of Jurassic World

Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ grossed $936.7 million in the United States and Canada,and $1.132 billion internationally for a worldwide total of $2.068 billion.It crossed the $1 billion worldwide figure in twelve days to break the record of Jurassic World

The 1977 film ‘The Turning Point’ and the 1985 film ‘The Color Purple’ both received eleven nominations at the Academy Awards but weren’t able to win a single Oscar. The 1977 film ‘The Turning Point’ and the 1985 film ‘The Color Purple’ both received eleven nominations at the Academy Awards but weren’t able to win a single Oscar.

The 1977 film ‘The Turning Point’ and the 1985 film ‘The Color Purple’ both received eleven nominations at the Academy Awards but weren’t able to win a single Oscar.

When we talk about “records”, we usually think about sports. But records are records. It can be made on a sports field or the field of cinema. And as someone has said it right “records are meant to be broken”, we are here to list down the world records that 10 movies broke.
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