January 27, 2010
Posted: 02:28 AM ET
...When the "Titanic" phenomenon happened back in 1997, most movie industry professionals thought that no film would ever touch the film's box office record. But "Avatar" managed to eclipse it, and it did it relatively effortlessly. Records are obviously made to be broken, and though it'll probably take years (or whenever Cameron gets around to making another movie), there will be another film that will come along and take the number one place in the line. But there are a handful of numbers that will, without a doubt, never be touched again. Here are six number-based records that will be safe forever.
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