Well, that makes sense.
The Big Bang Theory didn't even come close.
One of the Internet's largest file-sharing services was seized today as seven employees were indicted.
Fast Five and The Hangover Part II were illegally downloaded a lot; Twilight and Transformers weren't.
Jean and Scott Adam of Southern California, and Phyllis Mackay and Robert Riggle of Seattle are the lost sailors.
They were captured on Friday.
But not very hard.
The Department of Homeland Security's Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement shut down a number of popular file-sharing sites over the holiday weekend.
He's a pirate.
Now here is something we bet Jennifer Lopez does not have a backup plan for!
"Now I’ve got the chance to be Neo and Mr. Smith at the same time!"
As if it weren't embarrassing enough to be caught downloading a Uwe Boll movie.
The London branch of Warner Bros. Entertainment is looking for a student to spy on file-sharers.
Why have so few awards movies leaked online?