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'Fess Up: Did You Download This Year's Most-Pirated Movie?

Well?

As it turns out, people still really, really want to see Leonardo DiCaprio do this:

But that doesn't necessarily mean they want to pay money to see it.

Piracy-tracking firm Excipio has once again tracked the illegal downloads of movies this year, and provided a list of the top 20 most-stolen films.

While "Game of Thrones" topped TV's most-pirated list for the third year running, the movies list showed more variety. Hit animated film "Frozen" came in just under "Wolf," and box office heavy hitters such as "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past" also made appearances on the list. Absent are the year's two highest-grossing films, "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," perhaps due to the fact that "Guardians" just hit Blu-ray earlier this month, and "Mockingjay" is still in theaters.

Check out the list below.

1. "The Wolf of Wall Street" - 30.035 million downloads

2. "Frozen" - 29.919 million downloads

3. "RoboCop" - 29.879 million downloads

4. "Gravity" - 29.357 million downloads

5. "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" - 27.627 million downloads

6. "Thor: The Dark World" - 25.749 million downloads

7. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" - 25.628 million downloads

8. "The Legend of Hercules" - 25.137 million downloads

9. "X-Men: Days of Future Past" - 24.380 million downloads

10. "12 Years a Slave" - 23.653 million downloads

11. "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" - 23.543 million downloads

12. "American Hustle" - 23.143 million downloads

13. "300: Rise of an Empire" - 23.096 million downloads

14. "Transformers: Age of Extinction" - 21.65 million downloads

15. "Godzilla" - 20.956 million downloads

16. "Noah" - 20.334 million downloads

17. "Divergent" - 20.312 million downloads

18. "Edge of Tomorrow" - 20.299 million downloads

19. "Captain Phillips" - 19.817 million downloads

20. "Lone Survivor" - 19.130 million downloads