Last weekend, James Cameron dived to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. It’s about seven miles deep, deeper under the Earth’s surface than Everest is high. But if you are – like us – a movie lover who views the world entirely through the lens of cinema, how deep is that really? We’ve taken a few other massive things for reference, and here we explain it in film terms.
Before you all contact us with your Maths corrections, all measurements are approximate and rounded off, but based on the best information we can cobble together.