You Like Them. You Really Like (To Steal Them).

By Odin’s Hammer!
Kenneth Branagh’sThor” was the third most pirated flick of 2011, according to a list compiled by

The Marvel superhero flick, which grossed $450 million worldwide, was illegally downloaded 8.3 million times, according to ComicBookMovie.

And providing us with further evidence that it’s a Nerd’s World and we’re just living in it: the hyper-violent “Sucker Punch,” and “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” also made the Top 10. The movies were downloaded 7.2 million and 6 million times respectively.

Here’s the Top 10:

1. ‘Fast Five’ (Universal): 9.3 million
2. ‘The Hangover Part II’ (Warner Bros. / Legendary): 8.8 million
3. ‘Thor’ (Marvel/Paramount): 8.3 million
4. ‘Source Code’ (Summit / Vendome): 7.9 million
5. ‘I Am Number Four’ (DreamWorks / Disney): 7.7 million
6. ‘Sucker Punch’ (Warner Bros. / Legendary): 7.2 million
7. ‘127 Hours’ (Fox Searchlight): 6.9 million
8. ‘Rango’ (Paramount): 6.5 million
9. ‘The King’s Speech’ (Weinstein Co.): 6.3 million
10. ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2’ (Warner Bros.): $6 million

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