I'm amazed at the massive amount of incorrect studio labelling and fan references to Panavision films being 2.35. Panavision hasn't meant 2.35 for decades. If it's anamorphic widescreen and it was filmed in the last two decades or so, the ratio is 2.40...So says the folks at Panavision. Also, filmed WITH Panavision cameras & lenses could mean any ratio. It's filmed IN Panavision that means it's anamorphic. Film credits make this mistake all the time, though. Super35 is a 2.35 theatrical presentation of a 1.33 frame. "This film is presented in the 2.35 aspect ratio of its original theatrical presentation." Uh, no! I think Universal nailed it pretty accurately on some of their Soderbergh films which says something along the lines of 'This director has chosen to present this film at a 2.10 format to represent of its original 2.40 theatrical aspect ratio.'