Wolf of Wall Street Paramount Pictures It’s easier than ever to pirate online content, a fact that’s compelled millions of people to download movies illegally. Piracy-tracking firm Excipio recently put together a list of the most-pirated movies of 2014—think of it as yet another year-end “best of” list, albeit one guaranteed to drive Hollywood executives into a rage—and the rankings contain few surprises: What triumphed at the box office also tended to do well on websites devoted to pirated content. The following list contains Excipio’s estimates of how many times a particular film was downloaded illegally. Much to its producers’ chagrin, Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street can now add “Most Pirated” to its list of other awards and nominations:

1. The Wolf of Wall Street: 30.035 million 2. Frozen: 29.919 million 3. RoboCop*: 29.879 million 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

(* Combines data for both 1987 and 2014 versions)

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