Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2 (2015)

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Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 1
Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2
Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2
Japanese Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2 poster
Directed by Shinji Higuchi
Producer(s) Yûji Ishida,
Genki Kawamura
Written by Yûsuke Watanabe,
Tomohiro Machiyama,
Hajime Isayama (Manga)
Music by Shiro Sagisu
Distributor TohoJP,
Rating PG-12JP, UnratedUS
Box office $15,200,000[1]
Running time 87 minutes
(1 hour, 27 minutes)
Aspect ratio 2.35:1
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Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2 (進撃の巨人 ATTACK ON TITAN エンド オブ ザ ワールド,   Shingeki no Kyojin Atakku on Taitan Endo obu za wārudo, lit. Advance of Giants ATTACK ON TITAN End of the World) is a live action 2015 tokusatsu kaiju film co-produced by Kodansha, Licri, Nikkatsu Corporation, and Toho, based on the popular manga created by Hajime Isayama. It was filmed simultaneously with Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 1, its predecessor. The film was released to Japanese theaters on September 19, 2015, by Toho, and to American theaters on October 20, 2015, by Funimation.


Funimation's official DVD/Blu-ray synopsis:

Eren’s newfound Titan ability may be the key to saving everyone and defeating the Titans. But that isn’t what the government wants.

Before he is executed, Eren is taken away by a mysterious Titan and ends up in a strange place with Shikishima.

What he learns will change his and everyone’s life. Government secrets, the truth about Titans and their existence…are Titans even the real monsters?


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Main article: Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2/Credits.

Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.

  • Directed by   Shinji Higuchi
  • Written by   Yûsuke Watanabe, Tomohiro Machiyama, Hajime Isayama
  • Produced by   Yûji Ishida, Genki Kawamura
  • Music by   Shiro Sagisu
  • Cinematography by   Shôji Ehara
  • Production design by   Takeshi Shimizu
  • Special effects by   Yoshihiro Nishimura, Katsuro Onoue


Main article: Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2/Credits.

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

  • Haruma Miura   as   Eren
  • Hiroki Hasegawa   as   Shikishima
  • Kiko Mizuhara   as   Mikasa
  • Kanata Hongô   as   Armin
  • Takahiro Miura   as   Jean
  • Nanami Sakuraba   as   Sasha
  • Satoru Matsuo   as   Sannagi
  • Shû Watanabe   as   Fukushi (stock footage)
  • Ayame Misaki   as   Hiana (stock footage)
  • Rina Takeda   as   Lil (stock footage)
  • Satomi Ishihara   as   Hange
  • Pierre Taki   as   Souda
  • Jun Kunimura   as   Kubal



  • Titans
    • Colossal Titan
    • Mysterious Titan
    • White Titan

Alternate titles

  • Advance of Giants ATTACK ON TITAN End of the World (Literal Japanese Title)
  • Attack on Titan 2 (進撃の巨人2,   Shingeki no Kyojin Tsū, Alternate Japanese Title)
  • Attack on Titan Part II: End of the World (Australia)
  • Attack on Titan: End of the World (Alternate English Title)

Theatrical releases

  • Taiwan - September 18, 2016
  • Japan - September 19, 2015
  • Hong Kong - September 19, 2015
  • Philippines - September 23, 2015
  • Malaysia - September 24, 2015
  • Singapore - September 24, 2015
  • Australia - October 1, 2015
  • New Zealand - October 1, 2015
  • Russia - October 1, 2015
  • Thailand - October 1, 2015
  • Vietnam - October 16, 2015
  • United States - October 20, 2015

Foreign Releases

On June 29, 2015, Funimation Entertainment, the same company that distributes the Attack on Titan anime in the United States, announced that it had acquired the American distribution rights for both live-action films from Toho. Funimation announced that the world premiere of Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 1 would be held on July 14 in Los Angeles, and that both parts of the film would be released in theaters across North, Central, and South America in the fall.[2] FUNimation later confirmed that Part 1 would be released on September 30, while Part 2 would be released on October 20.

Additionally, Madman, who has distributed many of the Godzilla films in Australia in the past, acquired the rights to release the films theatrically in Australia and New Zealand in August 2015.[3]


To tie in with the films, Toho announced a three-part miniseries, Attack on Titan: Beacon for Counterattack, which aired on the Japanese channel dTV on August 15. The series focuses on the supporting characters of Hans, a scientist who is obsessed with studying the Titans; Sasha, a Survey Corps trainee who is skilled at archery; and Fukushi and Lil, rivals who become lovers.

Attack on Titan: Beacon for Counterattack trailer

Box office

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Australian Attack on Titan Part 2: End of the World trailer
American Attack on Titan Parts 1 and 2 trailer

Video releases

Funimation Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD (2016)

  • Region: 1 (DVD) and A/1 (Blu-ray)
  • Discs: 2
  • Audio: Japanese (Dolby TrueHD 5.1), English (Dolby TrueHD 5.1)
  • Special Features: Trailers


  • The Colossal Titan, which in the manga and anime stands at approximately 60 meters tall, has its size doubled to 120 meters in this film.
  • The special effects in this movie are accomplished through a combination of practical effects and traditional tokusatsu techniques and computer generated imagery, a style Shinji Higuchi calls "hybrid." Higuchi employed similar techniques when working on the special effects for Gamera 2: Attack of the Legion and Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris.
  • Attack on Titan the Movie: Part 2 and its predecessor are the only known Toho kaiju films to receive an English-language novelization: Attack on Titan: End of the World by Touji Asakura[4]
  • In Funimation's English dubs, every character who appears in both this film and the anime series has the same English voice actor, with Bryce Papenbrook as Eren, Trina Nishimura as Mikasa, Josh Grelle as Armin, Ashly Burch as Sasha, Mike McFarland as Jean, and Jessica Calvello as Hans/Hange. Tia Ballard (Lil), R. Bruce Elliot (Kubal), and David Wald (Souda) all portray characters similar to those they voice in the anime.

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13 months ago
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I like this movie better than the last one.


17 months ago
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Shinji Higuchi and Hajime Isayama were influenced by The War of the Gargantuas when making their versions of Attack on Titan. Higuchi's influence can be seen in this video: While Hajime Isayama's influence can be seen in the Attack on Titan Guidebook, where he mentions not only War of the Gargantuas, but also Godzilla vs. Biollante and I believe Mothra and Gamera as well. I'll have to read it again. There's also a fan theory that the Attack on Titan movies are connected to The War of the Gargantuas and Frankenstein Conquers the World.
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