If the film is 35mm, I calculate that it might equate to about 37,000 hours of film per year (with no allowance for wastage). If most were used for projection prints, this could give, typically, 15,000 cinema prints per year. But if, say 50% were used in shooting, special effects, duplicate negs, wastage etc., it might be as little as 5,000 prints. If, say, 12 features a year that could be around 400 prints per film....if worldwide distribution, maybe that sounds plausible? IDK, just playing with numbers, doesn't prove much.