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10. Re: Uwe Boll & Far Cry Oct 17, 2005, 12:12 Chris
 
The interview is hilarious. Uwe loves Postal (or POSTAL as he puts it), likes to play with his XBox, and is "excited to do Far Cry soon" -- although it would seem pre-production on the movie is well underway. He also compares his work to Quentin Tarantino's and imagines people will want to watch 90 minutes of his films, although possibly not three hours:

UB: BLOODRAYNE is R. In the Name of the King a Dungeon Siege tale will be PG 13.

GVK: Any truth to the reports that the film will be over Three Hours in length?

UB: Or longer. Maybe we have to do the KILL BILL variation two parts. Nobody wants to sit so long in the theatre.

Will In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Taleparts I and II top the LoTR trilogy? Only time will tell.

 
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