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Bill Gabel
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From: Technicolor / Postworks NY, USA
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Weinstein Company
Scope 2.40
SRD / SDDS / DTS / SR (Cyan)
9 Reels
TRT: 165 mins.
Deluxe

TES

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Bill Gabel
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Weinstein Company & Columbia Pictures

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Shawn M. Martin
Expert Film Handler

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DCP:

The Weinstein Company
Technicolor Digital Cinema
4096 x 1716 (4K scope--real anamorphic; paperwork is mislabeled "2048 x 858")
286 GB
Run Time: 2:45:11
Credits Start: 2:41:49 (unverified)
5.1 Audio

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Frank Cox
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Add 30 seconds to the total length and credit offset for the Canadian version to account for the "Alliance Releasing" logo at the start.

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Terry Lynn-Stevens
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quote: Shawn M. Martin
4096 x 1716 (4K scope--real anamorphic; paperwork is mislabeled "2048 x 858")
Can you tell me what you mean when you say "real anamorphic" when referring to digital features?

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Shawn M. Martin
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Sorry, it's just that the movie was filmed with anamorphic lenses.

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Monte L Fullmer
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2048x858 .. 2K image - has to be the correct resolution being not that sharp looking coming out of a Sony 4K unit.

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Manny Knowles
"What are these things and WHY are they BLUE???"

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Does it matter to projectionists if it was "filmed with anamorphic lenses" ?

That doesn't guarantee a 4K DCP.

Also, 2.39 is not an anamorphic projection format for digital cinema.

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John Wilson
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It is 4K Monte.

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System Notices
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It has been 487 days since the last post.


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Jock Blakley
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Released in Australia by Sony.

We ran a print that was labeled in three different places as Print #1, 11, and 270.

No edge-coding on the stock, and no change-over cues either.

Film-out was from Arrilaser 4K.

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