When Robert Zemeckis realised he had too much story and too many pages for "Back to the Future II" some 15 years , back he decided to cut it into two movies. Now, it seems to be happening again – with news that Quentin Tarantino’s "Kill Bill" might be chopped in half and released as two separate movies. Columnists Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smithspoke to actor David Carradine who confirmed that plans are afoot afoot to turn ‘Kill Bill’ into two 90-minute features that would be released within five weeks of each other. Says Carradine, ""The first film would end with a cliffhanger, so that everyone would want to see the second half." Carradine adds that if these plans go through he would have to come back for more filming. "I was called back in January to do an additional scene Tarantino had written, and was back again twice in February. Dividing ‘Kill Bill’ into two films would mean my returning to the cameras again for some connective tissue."