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  It was rumoured months ago and denied by all concerned, but it’s now official – Quentin Tarantino’s kung fu revenge thriller Kill Bill will be released as two separate movies. Notoriously scissor-happy Miramax boss Harvey Weinstein was reportedly unwilling to release it as a three-hour-plus single picture, so a two movie format has been agreed – although rumours are also flying that Tarantino is obliged to deliver a film by October but is still bogged down in editing. Whatever the reason, the first part hits US cinemas on October 10, and although a date is yet to be set for the second, it’s expected to follow within a few weeks. Of course it means we’ll all be paying twice as much to see the final product...
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