U.S. Theaters Can’t Show Will Smith’s Gemini Man in Its Intended Format

Gemini Man comes out this Friday, but you probably won’t be seeing the true version of the movie. Director Ang Lee (Life of Pi, Hulk) shot the film in 120-frames-per-second, in 4K and 3D, all in the name of upping the realism between star Will Smith and the digital, de-aged clone of Smith, named “Junior.”

Unfortunately, that high frame rate means only 14 U.S. theaters will be showing the movie at 120 frames-per-second, according to a report from Polygon. Even then, those 14 theaters will still only be running the movie in 2K, not 4K.

Watch Will Smith fight himself in the a skull-filled catacomb:

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