LONDON, Nov. 22 (UPI) -- Internet monitoring company Envisional says the new James Bond flick, "Casino Royale," has been illegally downloaded 200,000 times already.
"Casino Royale" pulled in $42.2 million in 27 markets during its opening weekend, but was already available for free online by its second weekend, Daily Variety reported Wednesday.
There are at least two copies available for download, the first being a poorly-shot camcorder version from Russia and the other a higher quality copy, possibly from Italy, Envisional reported.
The tracking company also said pirate DVDs are being sold in the streets in England and Scotland.
"In the face of this international conspiracy, Bond is really up against it," said Envisional's David Price.