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 29, 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: Star Wars: The Force Awakens; Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade; and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Together, they knocked Zootopia, The Big Short, and The Gigolo 2 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 Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2 Deadpool
3 Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade
4 The Revenant
5 The 5th Wave
6 Kung Fu Panda 3
7 Ip Man 3
8 The Hateful Eight
9 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
10 Spectre

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