After more than two months since its theatrical release, Avatar: The Path of Water continues to break audience records around the world. Currently the sequel to the 2010 film directed by James Cameron It is the third highest-grossing film in history, behind only Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame and Avatar.
The magnitude of this tape is enormous, so enormous that thanks to the technological advances of the film, they have had to make even 1065 tape versions for all the cinemas in the world. This has been reported by The Hollywood Reporter through an article where it breaks down this curious fact.
Of the more than a thousand versions that have been made, we can find all kinds of quality and format: 4K, HFR (48 fps depending on the scenes), 3D, IMAX… In addition, to this we must add all the sound versions that include all languages, subtitles, audio format, among many others.
James Cameron has spared no expense for one of, if not the most, successful franchises in movie history. Watching the collection that they have achieved, it is likely that the American director will throw the house out of the window for the next installments of Avatar, turning a 3-hour film into a unique experience for the viewer.