Dungeon Siege movie dated

And split down the middle.

Uwe Boll's big screen adaptation of Dungeon Siege will hit cinemas at the end of next year, according to the Hollywood Reporter - and we're in for a double whammy.

Boll has now confirmed his intention to "do a Kill Bill" and split the movie, which currently has a running time of about four hours, into two parts.

It's going to be "A huge epic adventure," apparently, "And to support the exhibitors to can't accept a movie so long, we decided to split the movie in half," Boll said.

Part one of In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale, to give the movie its full title, will be released in the US on November 3, 2006. Part two will follow on December 1.

ITNOTK:ADST stars Jason Statham, Leelee Sobieski, Ray Liotta and, perhaps most excitingly, Burt Reynolds. It will be distributed by Boll himself via his new company, Event Film. It will probably not be any good at all.

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