It’s been a year since the first 365 Days movie was released. It has become one of the most successful movies of all time and is nominated for Best Picture at this year’s Academy Awards. The sequel, 365 Days 2, will be released soon enough in theaters worldwide. Here are some details about what we know so far!
365 Days 2 Release Details:
Michele Morrone, the lead actress for the romantic drama “365 Days,” announced in a June 2020 video that there would be another sequel to the movie.
365 Days’ writer Blanka Lipińska revealed that she was given the opportunity to write a sequel in February, so it’s not surprising news for fans who are in the know. Originally, films were being produced under Netflix’s Originals umbrella. When Netflix acquired the rights to produce films based on their properties, they were released under its Originals wing.
Previously, a movie might have been expected to go in theaters before arriving on a streaming service. But Netflix has essentially cut out the middleman and is releasing sequels worldwide straight to Netflix.
365 Days 2 Cast Details:
As Michele Morrone announced early on, we know that the male lead is returning to the “365 Days” fold. His love interest, Anna-Maria Sieklucka—who played Laura in the first film—will also reprise her role-playing Massimo’s new obsession.
Magdalena Lamparska will once again play Olga, Laura’s friend. Other cast members will be back too. There is a new major character played by Simone Susanna in Part 2, which creates a love triangle and absurd twist that defines the second movie.
The sequel to 365 Days is co-written by Blanka Lipińska as well. Barbara Białowąs and Tomasz Mandes, the original director, will also direct this continuation (Via Deadline).
365 Days 2 Plot Synopsis:
As the dangling question at the end of “365 Days” comes to a close, it is clear that Laura lives. In book 2, Massimo and Laura restart their life together.
Marcelo “Nacho” Matos (Susanna) kidnaps Laura in order to get her family’s construction company. Voilà! Love triangle mystery is born with the introduction of Danny’s evil twin, Massimo. Laura and the baby are put in danger as well.
It sounds like a hot mess that is somehow even worse than the original film, and it has more of the same to come in Part 3, maybe.
However, Deadline speculates that some of the problematic themes from the first film might be tempered slightly with a more careful approach. Fans will have to wait until December for more details on their accuracy.
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