Top 10 most pirated movies of the week

TorrentFreak has released its list of the most downloaded movies through BitTorrent over the past week.

By - March 22, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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TorrentFreak has released its list of the most downloaded movies through BitTorrent over the past week.

TorrentFreak uses its estimates of the number of times a movie was download for its weekly charts.

There were three new entrants to TorrentFreak’s latest rankings: The 5th Wave, Zootopia, and The Gigolo 2.

Together, they knocked The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, Point Break, and Room off the charts.

“The data for our weekly download chart is for informational and educational reference only,” said TorrentFreak.

Most pirated movies of the week
Rank Movie
1 Deadpool
2 Kung Fu Panda 3
3 The 5th Wave
4 Ip Man 3
5 The Hateful Eight
6 The Revenant
7 Zootopia
8 The Big Short
9 Spectre
10 The Gigolo 2

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