The film, which was shot over three years and stars Trina Turk, has been the subject of plenty of debate and controversy, including whether or not it should be allowed to be released on the internet, which it is.
But the film’s producers insist it is a work of art and have said they are proud of the project.
The film, directed by James Gunn, stars Kevin Hart, Bradley Cooper, Chris Pratt, Zachary Levi, Elizabeth Banks, Elizabeth Olsen, Olivia Munn, Paul Rudd, Emily VanCamp, Danai Gurira, D.J. Moore, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tom Wilkinson, Michael Peña, and many more.
The studio behind the project, Legendary Pictures, said in a statement to EW that it had worked closely with the studio on the project to ensure it was safe for distribution, and that “our expectation is that everyone who enjoys swimming will be able to enjoy this unique and unique experience, and we are proud to have contributed to this extraordinary film.”
Legendary Pictures, which owns Universal, said that it will release the film worldwide on March 8.
The company said that the film will be available for free on the studio’s website, but that users who want to access the film in its entirety should “access the full version of the film, including all the underwater sequences and deleted scenes, which will be included in the theatrical release.”