Diabolik 2 trailer, Gianniotti is the King of Terror: plot and details



Less than a month before the theatrical release of Diabolik 2 – Ginko Attack, sequel to the saga directed by Manetti Bros. who will see Giacomo Gianniotti. The performer took the place of Luca Marinelli and will share the set with Miriam Leone, Valerio Mastandrea and new entry Monica Bellucci.

The official trailer for Diabolik 2 – Ginko Attack, the highly anticipated sequel to the film adaptation based on the King of Terror, was recently released. Under the direction of the Manetti Brothers, reconfirmed behind the camera also for the second chapter, the film experienced, as we know, a changing of the guard. Taking the place of Luca Marinelli as the thief, born from the minds of sisters Angela and Luciana Giussani, is actually Giacomo Gianniotti. Distributed in theaters by 01 Distribution from November 17, Miriam Leone and Valerio Mastandrea are reconfirmed in their respective roles of Eva Kant and Inspector Ginko. The sequel also has an exceptional new entry: Monica Bellucci, who will be Altea, Ginko’s charming girlfriend.

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Diabolik 2 – Ginko on the attack, the official trailer shows us the complete cast and the “new” King of Terror

Last August, 01 Distribution unveiled the short clip through which the public could have a taste of Diabolik 2 – Ginko on the attack. The character teaser, shared a few months ago, gave us our first look at Eva Kant, Inspector Ginko, Altea, and most importantly, the new King of Terror. After some time from this video, lasting a few seconds, the official trailer was released with some preview scenes. From the entry into action of Altea, to the confrontation between Ginko and Diabolik, the clip has created a good dose of hype, pending the theatrical release, scheduled for November 17.

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The previous chapter of Manetti Bros. divided critics. Nevertheless, it still won a David di Donatello for best original song, against 11 nominations. Audience reaction was also mixed, although the film earned €2.6 million. The health emergency, during which the film was distributed in Italian cinemas, could also serve as an explanation for affecting the success in economic terms.

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Even the hype, due to the postponement – by exactly one year – from the previously set date, did not allow the film to sparkle at the box office. But if the first Diabolik had the function of a kind of “test bed”, everything will be played out with the sequel, which we can take a first look at in the official trailer.

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