The Wolf of Wall Street and Frozen were illegally downloaded around 30 million times each in 2014

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The Wolf of Wall Street and Frozen were illegally downloaded around 30 million times each in 2014

Entertainment journalist, TV presenter and blogger Rachel Mullins tells London Live what her favourite films of the year have been.

Rachel also discusses the problems with piracy in the film industry, following the news the The Wolf of Wall Street and Frozen have been the most pirated films of the year, both of which have been downloaded illegally around 30 million times.

She explains what measures studios have taken to try and combat the problem and what the future holds for the industry - including if it means a change in cinema prices.

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