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Vin Diesel’s Fast Five named most pirated movie of 2011

Vin Diesel’s action film Fast Five has been declared as the most pirated movie of 2011 in a new poll.

hollywood Updated: Dec 28, 2011 19:13 IST
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Vin Diesel’s action film Fast Five has been declared as the most pirated movie of 2011 in a new poll.

The fifth instalment of The Fast and The Furious franchise raked in 626 million dollars worldwide earlier this year, Contactmusic reported.

But the sequel was also in high demand online, and was illegally downloaded a stunning 9.3 million times, according to TorrentFreak.com.

The Hangover Part II was the second most pirated film with 8.8 million hits, while Thor was third with 8.3 million downloads.

Other films featured in TorrentFreak’s top 10 countdown include James Franco’s 127 Hours at seven with 6.9 million hits, and this year’s Best Picture Oscar winner The King’s Speech, which landed in ninth place with 6.3 million downloads.