Resident Evil: Extinction named Top Movie of 2007 on P2PJanuary 2nd, 2008 - 12:54 pm ICT by admin
Washington, Jan 2 (ANI): Resident Evil: Extinction has been named the most watched movie of 2007 in peer-to-peer or P2P file-sharing networks.
P2P activity has come up as the most consistent indicator for finding out who the most tech-savvy media consumers are watching and listening to on the Internet.
To determine the most-traded files in the world of P2P, Wired News collaborated with BigChampagne Online Media Measurement, a Los Angeles-based firm which tracks media-consumption trends across all digital channels.
Focussing exclusively on P2P traffic, BigChampagne has compiled what can be called the most accurate list of Top Movies of 2007, using data from all the major file-trading protocols and networks, including BitTorrent, Gnutella and eDonkey.
Resident Evil: Extinction was followed by Johnny Depp starrer Pirates of The Caribbean: At World’s End, at the second spot and I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry at the third.
Ratatouille and Superbad rounded off the top five, reports Wired News.
Other popular films on P2P included Beowulf, Transformers, American Gangster, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Stardust.
Top Movies of 2007 on P2P are:
1. Resident Evil: Extinction
2. Pirates of The Caribbean: At World’s End
3. I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry
8. American Gangster
9. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
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