One year after the first trailer, Diabolik by Manetti Bros is shown in a new trailer, recently released on YouTube from 01 Distribution, which deals with distribution in theaters. The film was scheduled for December 2020, a date later postponed due to the pandemic, with a new release for December 16, 2021.
Similar to the previous trailer, this video shows us even more the characters born from the pencil of Angela and Luciana Giussani, the famous thief who is elusive, together with his partner Eva Kant. This official trailer shows once again Luca Marinelli in the role of Diabolik, Miriam Leone in that of his partner Eva and Valerio Mastandrea in the role of Inspector Ginko.
This small advance, pending the official release, sees his attention on the spectacularity of the shots and the enormous skills of the famous thief, who always manages to escape the police. In the various scenes it is also possible to glimpse the beginning of the story that binds the thief to Eva Kant, in what is a relationship characterized by passion and adrenaline.
The screenplay it was written by the Manetti Bros themselves together with Michelangelo La Neve, Italian cartoonist who wrote the stories for other characters such as Dylan Dog is Martin Mystère. The partnership between the brothers and the cartoonist is very long, which began in 2013 with Song’e Napule, and then continue for the TV series Inspector Coliandro, in 2016.
An elusive thief, a beautiful and mysterious woman, a stubborn police inspector. The Official Trailer of #DiabolikIlFilm, from December 16, 2021 at the Cinema. Directed by #ManettiBros with Luca Marinelli, Miriam Leone, Valerio Mastandrea, Alessandro Roia, Claudia Gerini, Serena Rossi. pic.twitter.com/kPpqVoxyEm
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01 Distribution, even before the release of this first film, has already announced, last April, to be the beginning of the work of 2 other sequels, with the intention of being able to create a real trilogy. This of the Manetti Bros is not the first transposition, as in 1968 Mario Bava released a transposition of it, with the same title and inspired by some episodes of the comic series, in particular Buried alive!, Desperate struggle is The shadow in the night.
Appointment therefore on next December 16 in cinemas, to be able to see Diabolik, directed by the Manetti Bros.