Hawkeye from Disney+ and Venom: Let There Be Carnage from Sony are the most pirated Marvel titles in the last week.
After a year in which Marvel heroes were few (with the exception of the final season of Agents of SHIELD), the year 2021 has been overflowing with new projects from the comic book behemoth.
With the release of films like Black Widow and streaming dramas like Loki, the MCU has officially entered Phase 4, and thanks to the advent of the multiverse, even Sony’s traditionally distinct efforts have been intertwined with the franchise.
Hawkeye and Venom 2
Though movie theatres have gradually returned to normal, streaming remains a significant component of the entertainment sector, which means there is still a lot of piracy.
Television shows have long been ripe for piracy, but the move to make movies available for streaming sooner than usual in the last year has compounded the issue. Black Widow became the most pirated film of the pandemic just weeks after it was made available on Disney+ earlier this year.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, on the other hand, escaped piracy thanks to its limited theatrical release.
According to the data from the previous week, Marvel titles are still a popular choice for piracy. Hawkeye and Venom 2 were the most pirated projects for the week of November 22-28, according to data company MUSO, according to Deadline. Hawkeye, with a 26.7 percent audience share, led the television list, followed by Amazon’s The Wheel of Time and Showtime’s Dexter: New Blood. Meanwhile, thanks to its recent VOD premiere, Venom 2 was the most pirated movie of the week. It was followed by No Time to Die and Shang-Chi, among others, with an audience share of 38.3 percent.
Marvel titles continue to be popular options for piracy, according to the recent numbers. Hawkeye and Venom 2 were the most pirated films for the week of November 22-28, according to analytics provider MUSO, according to Deadline. Hawkeye, Amazon’s The Wheel of Time, and Showtime’s Dexter: New Blood ranked first and second, respectively, on the television list, with 26.7 percent of the audience. In the meantime, thanks to its recent VOD premiere, Venom 2 was the most pirated film of the week. It was followed by No Time to Die and Shang-Chi, among others, with an even larger audience share of 38.3 percent.