Deadpool Was Most Illegally Downloaded Movie Of 2016

Deadpool Was Most Illegally Downloaded Movie Of 2016
Source: Deadpool

In parallel to its international success in theaters, the film 'Deadpool' starring Ryan Reynolds wins the honor for the most pirated film of the 2016.

'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice' and 'Captain America: Civil War' are also among the most illegally downloaded movies of last year.

Pending the results of the Golden Globe on Sunday, where the film is nominated for Best Comedy and Best Actor in a Comedy (Ryan Reynolds), Deadpool has already landed it's first top honor.

The list was compiled by TorrentFreak.

The site suggests the films strong PR push online when promoting the film proved to be a double-edged sword.

Not surprisingly, the list of the most pirated films is very similar to that of the biggest hits of the year. ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ and ‘Finding Dory’ are also among the most downloaded movies.

Still, other films that have enjoyed success in theaters such as ‘The Sexret Lives of Pets’ and ‘The Jungle Book’ are missing from the Top 10.

1. Deadpool (Fox)

Worldwide Box Office: $783.11 million

2. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Warner Bros)

Worldwide Box Office: $873.26 million

3. Captain America: Civil War (Disney)

Worldwide Box Office: $1.15 billion

4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Disney)

Worldwide Box Office: $2.07 billion

5. X-Men Apocalypse (Fox)

Worldwide Box Office: $543.93 million

6. Warcraft (Universal)

Worldwide Box Office: $433.54 million

7. Independence Day: Resurgence (Fox)

Worldwide Box Office: $389.68 million

8. Suicide Squad (Warner Bros)

Worldwide Box Office: $745.6 million

9. Finding Dory (Disney)

Worldwide Box Office: $1.03 billion

10. The Revenant (Fox)

Worldwide Box Office: $532.95 million

We will report what happens at Golden Globe Awards on Sunday!

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