What is the most-pirated movie in the history of cinema?
That is the question posed by the movie, Piracy: The Movie, in which four brothers, a young girl and an evil scientist are on the run from pirates after stealing a ship full of money.
But they are trapped and hunted by the mysterious and deadly marshmallow, who turns out to be the son of a marshmallow and the son-in-law of the film’s main villain, a marshmellow.
The film was the most expensive film ever made when it hit theaters in 2006, according to Box Office Mojo.
Now, a new movie from the same production company is set to surpass the $100 million mark, the New York Times reported.
Piracy follows the adventures of two brothers who become pirates on the eve of their wedding.
One is called Peter, and he is a former detective who helps out a man who needs his help to track down his missing daughter.
The other is called Mike, and his wife, Evelyn, is a woman who lives on the edge of the island.
The brothers, who all hail from different parts of the United States, live in New York City.
They meet up in the middle of a storm and, despite their mutual dislike for each other, they make a deal to get to each other.
The movie is set in the late 1940s and has an ensemble cast that includes Christopher Walken, Daniel Craig, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jason Statham and Michael Caine.
Pircy stars Paul Giamatti, who is also a producer on the film, and Kate Winslet, who was rumored to be a potential lead for the film.
The new film is set for release in the U.S. on August 31, 2019.