The 48 FPS 3D movie was shipped to some theaters via a standard SATA hard drive. It was shipped with a security code that prevented the content from being viewed or copied until the code was released by the distributor about 24 hours in advance of the initial release time of the movie. The 48 fps 3D version of the movie occupied 639 GB of data on the SATA Hard drive. The theater in question could have downloaded the entire movie via a secure satellite link, but the download would have taken more than a full 24 hours. Given that 96 frames per second are required for the 3D picture (48 fps for each eye), the data size for each frame for each eye is about .66 mb (mega bytes).
MAN OF STEEL
Henry Cavill refused to take steroids to muscle up for the role. He also refused any digital touch-ups or enhancement to his body in his shirtless scenes. He said it would have been dishonest of him to use trickery while playing Superman and he wanted to push his body to the limits to develop his physique into one that was worthy of the character.
THE GREAT GATSBY
During the Great Gatsby shoot, Bazmark directly engaged the following number of Australians, predominantly from NSW:
1160 crew (including 229 in construction)
35 stunt doubles and stunt performers
960 extras / 7,691 extra man-days
245 extras on set for the party days and, on occasion, 76 hair and make-up artists.
Principal Photography Main Unit Days (stage vs location)
11: White Bay
6: Mt Wilson
4: Other locations