Oh, those greedy Europeans. It isn’t enough that they have universal healthcare and the Alps — now they’re getting longer cuts of our movies, too. Will they stop at nothing?
Twitch reports (via the production’s MySpace blog) that Babylon A.D. — the Mathieu Kassovitz-directed adaptation of Maurice Georges Dantec’s Babylon Babies novel that debuts on American screens February 29 — will be released in two versions. Look, it’s all right here:
There will be two versions of the movie : A shorter version for the US cinemas and a longer director’s cut for the European moviegoers!
According to Twitch‘s source, the European cut will be two hours and forty minutes long — giving Europeans that much more of Michelle Yeoh as a nun, not to mention precious extra minutes of the long-awaited acting summit between Vin Diesel and Gerard Depardieu. The world is grossly unfair.