Oh, poor RED.
Apart from the fact that this is a terrible info graphic (legible information wise), there's already a huge mistake in the first listing - The Revenant. As far as I recall only 14-17% of the footage was shot on the Alexa 65, most was shot on an Alexa XT M and XT, there was even a Red Dragon in use, supposedly for the aerial shots.
I don't know what's the point in making this graphic if the information is incomplete.
It also leaves the impression that most things are shot on these cameras when in reality 90% is Alexa now. Of course there's film, but it's a small minority of movies.
Yes, that's why matt wrote most.
I'm wondering what the red does within the Arri range on The Revenant. My guess would be it was used for the copter footage. As most of it was shot on Alexa XT and XT-M, no need for 4K for the most part.
If you look at which films actually got a 4K master, I don't see Red benefiting from the high resolution the cams deliver, at least not if you look at high end theatrical releases.
Actually film is holding up pretty well this year. There used to be less film cameras in that list.