Which sci-fi movie is set farthest in the future?

In my search for the sci-fi movie set farthest in the future, I stumbled upon a couple of interesting titles. However, the one that really stands out is "The Time Machine" (2002), which is based on H.G. Wells' novel and takes us to the year 802,701. This movie explores a future where humanity has evolved into two different species, the peaceful Eloi and the underground-dwelling Morlocks. The protagonist, played by Guy Pearce, uses a time machine to journey into this distant future in hopes of discovering a better world. It's a fascinating concept that really makes you think about the possible evolution of our own species and the world we'll leave behind.