I can tell you from prior commercial scanning and printing experience that professional portrait films like NC, or even the prior VPS could record up to 15 stops. The problem though is that this density information is packed into a tighter integral and gets tougher to extract via scanning or optical printing. It's also not linear beyond 10 stops and crossover starts to occur.
Fuji print films might actually have a bit more shoulder range than Kodak's, but don't have the shadow detail.
Obviously professional print films can have their massive d-range exploited in terms of silky smooth portraiture and the dreaded wedding dress at high noon being 'no problem'. However, I'll still take slide for landscape work because the color compression that occurs with professional print films is insane.