Check Out The Top 20 Most Pirated Films Of 2014

Published On December 30, 2014 » 1158 Views» By Z-rowe »


We reported yesterday on how online distribution could be a good thing for studios after The Interview brought in over $15 million in revenue from online sales and rentals. But now it’s time to discuss the bad side of the internet. Illegal piracy is still one of the main problems hurting the industry.

Excipio, a firm that follows online copyright infringement, compiled data for the period between Jan. 1 and Dec. 23, 2014. Their data revealed that even though the Academy didn’t appreciate Leonardo DiCaprio’s performance in The Wolf of Wall Street, torrent users worldwide sure did enjoy it.

The award-winning film was downloaded over 30 million times in 2014, narrowly beating Disney’s Frozen, which was downloaded over 29 million times.

You can check out the full list down below. There are a few surprises on this list. For example, why would someone want to watch Transformers at home? The Transformers experience is barely enjoyable at the theater.

  1. The Wolf of Wall Street, 30.035 million
  2. Frozen, 29.919 million
  3. RoboCop, 29.879 million (2014 and 1987 version)
  4. Gravity, 29.357 million
  5. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, 27.627 million
  6. Thor: The Dark World, 25.749 million
  7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier, 25.628 million
  8. The Legend of Hercules, 25.137 million
  9. X-Men: Days of Future Past, 24.380 million
  10. 12 Years a Slave, 23.653 million
  11. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, 23.543 million
  12. American Hustle, 23.143 million
  13. 300: Rise of an Empire, 23.096 million
  14. Transformers: Age of Extinction, 21.65 million
  15. Godzilla, 20.956 million
  16. Noah, 20.334 million
  17. Divergent, 20.312 million
  18. Edge of Tomorrow, 20.299 million
  19. Captain Phillips, 19.817 million
  20. Lone Survivor, 19.130 million
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