Ever since Quentin Tarantino split up his "Kill Bill" movies, everyone’s trying to turn their films into double features. Steven Soderbergh is making two movies about Che Guevara, "The Argentine" and "Guerilla."
"I think the reason for it being two films will be apparent to anybody who sees them," was all the director would reveal about the different takes on the historical figure.
His ideal plan for the films will surely make studio bosses cringe. "I think the biggest issue is going to be how far apart to put them out. I would like them to go out a week apart but that specific thing hasn’t been done yet. The Clint Eastwood movie just got moved up but I don’t know that anybody’s ever made two movies that were released a week apart. I think that would be really cool but we’ll see."