All-New Japanese Psycho Thriller “Gannibal” to Premiere Only on Disney+

Based on the hit manga series by Masaaki Ninomiya, “Gannibal” stars Yuya Yagira, Show Kasamatsu and Riho Yoshioka in a storyline that will leave audiences diving under the covers.
Keisuke Goto Show Kasamatsu
Keisuke Goto (Show Kasamatsu)

Lock the doors and keep your loved ones close in anticipation of the nail-biting new Japanese psycho thriller Gannibalavailable only on Disney+.

Recently selected to be screened at the Tokyo International Film Festival, this upcoming Star Original is set in the fictional Japanese village of Kuge village and sees newly hired police officer Daigo Agawa arrive a broken man. While things start off promisingly for the new arrival, a series of alarming events begin to unfold that will lead Daigo to the horrifying realization that something is deeply wrong with the village and those who live there. Thrown into a hostile environment with suspense around every corner, will the latest police officer to roam the streets of Kuge-mura be able to bring those responsible to justice before it’s too late?

Yuki Agawa Riho Yoshioka
Yuki Agawa (Riho Yoshioka)

Starring award-winning actors Yuya Yagira (HOKUSAI, Asakusa Kid), Show Kasamatsu (Tokyo Vice, Love You as the World Ends), and Riho Yoshioka (Haken Anime!, The Romance Manga Artist), Gannibal features a unique storyline brought to life exclusively on Disney+ by some of the biggest names in the Japanese creative industry. Produced by Teruhisa Yamamoto, producer of this year’s Academy Award-winning Drive My Car and Tatsuya Iwakura, Gannibal is directed by Shinzo Katayama (Siblings on the Cape) and adapted for the screen by Best Adapted Screenplay Academy Award-nominee Takamasa Oe, who most recently wrote the screenplay for the Academy Award-winning Drive My Car.

Yuya Yagira
Yuya Yagira

Gannibal is the latest Japanese series to be announced as part of The Walt Disney Company’s ever-growing slate of world-class APAC content. Fans of Japanese storytelling can also enjoy the Disney+ Originals Sumo Do, Sumo Don’t!, about a lackadaisical student who is strongarmed into joining his university’s sumo club in order to graduate, and Lost Man Found about a man who is down on his luck but who turns his life around after discovering a misplaced airplane ticket.

Enjoy a good scare this winter with Gannibal – only on Disney+. 

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