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Baby Assassins 2

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Baby Assassins 2
ベイビーわるきゅーれ 2ベイビー
Beibî warukyûre 2 beibī
BA2Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Yugo Sakamoto
Release Date 2023 (Japan, limited)
2024 (worldwide, digital and video)
Language Japanese
Studio Baby Warukyure 2 Film Partners
Shaiker
Distributor Shibuya Production (Japan)
Well Go USA Entertainment (USA)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chisato Sugimoto Akari Takaishi
Mahiro Fukagawa Saori Izawa
Makoto Kamimura Tatsuomi Hamada
Yuri Kamimura Joey Iwanaga


Baby Assassins 2 (Japanese title: ベイビーわるきゅーれ 2ベイビー, Beibî warukyûre 2 beibī; lit. "Baby Valkyrie 2 Babies", previously released as Baby Assassins: 2 Babies) is a 2023 Japanese action-comedy film and the sequel to the 2021 film Baby Assassins. The film continues to follow teenage hitmen Chisato Sugimoto (Akari Takaishi) and Mahiro Fukagawa (Saori Izawa) as they are suspended from their organization due to them blowing their cover while stopping a robbery. As they search for an new job to secure their dwindling finances, they are targeted by Makoto (Tatsuomi Hamada) and Yuri Kamimura (Joey Iwanaga), two brothers and fellow broke hitmen who plan to kill the girls to secure their vacant spots from their organization. The film follows the girls as they defend each other from the two brothers. Yugo Sakamoto returns as the film's director and lead writer, as well as Kensuke Sonomura, who continues to choreograph the action sequences. The film was released to Japanese theaters on March 24, 2023, and would be followed by a sequel, Baby Assassins: Nice Days, in 2024.


The following weapons were used in the film Baby Assassins 2:


Handguns

Beretta 92FS

Makoto (Tatsuomi Hamada) and Yuri Kamimura (Joey Iwanaga) are given Beretta 92FSs from their handler sometime after the film's prologue. The Berettas serve as their main handgun throughout the film.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Makoto (Tatsuomi Hamada) and Yuri Kamimura (Joey Iwanaga) aim their Berettas as they prepare to ambush the girls.
Mana Miyauchi (Tomo Nakai) presents the brothers' bagged-and-sealed Berettas to the girls.
Makoto and Yuri holding their Berettas as they burn their handler's corpse.
Yuri cocks and aims his Beretta at Chisato from under a restaurant table.
BONUS: The film's director, Yugo Sakamoto, correctly identified the gun as a Beretta while explaining how he originally directed the scene in a post on X (formerly Twitter).
Mahiro puts Yuri's Beretta to his neck.
Makoto press checks his Beretta in the film's climax.
The brothers search for the girls with their pistols ready.
Makoto fires his Beretta at Chisato.
Yuri fires his Beretta at Mahiro.
The brothers' Berettas lock back as they fire at the girls.
Publicity image of the brothers aiming their Berettas.

Springfield Armory Model V10 Ultra Compact

The Springfield Armory Model V10 Ultra Compact is the new sidearm of Chisato (Akari Takaishi), replacing the USP that she used in the previous film.

Springfield Armory Model V10 Ultra Compact - .45 ACP
Chisato (Akari Takaishi) aims the pistol at Makoto.
Ditto.
Chisato aims the pistol as she and Mahiro get ready to take out the brothers.
Chisato flaunts the pistl as Mahiro talks to their handler.
Chisato fires the pistol at Makoto.
Publicity shot of the girls with their pistols.

Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol

The Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol is the new sidearm of Mahiro (Saori Izawa), replacing the USP that she used in the previous film.

Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol (TRP) - .45 ACP
Mahiro aiming the TRP in the film's climax.
Mahiro (Saori Izawa) peeks around the corner with the pistol ready as she searches for the brothers. Note the rather... unorthodox close-quarters aim method that she appears to use.
Mahiro aims the pistol at Yuri.
Mahiro fires the TRP at Yuri in a fast-paced gunfight that's eerily reminiscent of another Kensuke Sonomura-directed action sequence.
Mahiro ejects an empty magazine.
The TRP's slide locks back as Mahiro fires it.
Publicity image of Saori Izawa with the pistol. Note the "TRP" markings on the slide.
Publicity shot of Saori Izawa firing the pistol.

Tokarev TT-33

Makoto (Tatsuomi Hamada) and Yuri Kamimura (Joey Iwanaga) use Tokarev TT-33s in the film's opening. The Tokarevs are implied to be their usual handgun of choice before their handler gives both of them Berettas.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev; Post-1947 version
Yuri inspects the Tokarev in the film's opening shot.
Yuri pulls the pistol's slide back after loading it.
Yuri aims the pistol at a thug.
Makoto holds his Tokarev as he hypes his brother up to take out the rest of the thugs in the apartment.
Yuri holds his Tokarev during the (rather cramped and chaotic) apartment brawl.
Makoto's Tokarev jams in the middle of a scuffle with one of the thugs.
Yuri finishes off a thug with his Tokarev.

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 10

One of the yakuza thugs in the film's opening is seen holding a Smith & Wesson Model 10.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 with 3" barrel - .357 Magnum
The yakuza thug (in the middle) checks his revolver as the brothers' confrontation with their leader gets heated.
The thug snaps the cylinder shut.

Smith and Wesson Model 36

Mamoru Tasaka (Atomu Mizuishi) is briefly seen with a Smith and Wesson Model 36.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Mamoru Tasaka (Atomu Mizuishi) reluctantly takes out and checks the revolver.
Tasaka searches for the brothers with his revolver and a flashlight.

Unknown revolver

A yakuza thug is seen with an unknown revolver in the film's prologue.

The thug's revolver with the cylinder swung out.

Submachine Guns

KRISS Vector

Mana Miyauchi (Tomo Nakai) briefly uses a KRISS Vector while attempting to kill the Kamimura brothers. Despite what the film's poster depicts, Chisato does not use the Vector in the film.

KRISS/TDI Vector Gen I with EOTech red dot sight and extended magazine (blank-firing model) - .45 ACP
Mana Miyauchi (Tomo Nakai) fires the Vector in two-round bursts (and misses every shot).
Tasaka (Atomu Mizuishi) frantically orders Miyauchi to put the submachine gun away.
Publicity image of Tomo Nakai aiming the Vector.

Shotguns

Double-barreled shotgun

Two double-barreled shotguns (one with a full-length barrel and one with a sawed-off barrel) are used by two bank robbers.

Modern Baikal MP-43 Commercial hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge (for reference)
Dominion Arms Outlaw Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge (for reference)
The robbers aim their shotguns at the people in the bank.
One of the bank robbers orders an employee to fill their bag.
The other robber threatens the girls.
The robbers aim their shotguns at the girls.
The robbers reload their shotguns after they miss their shots at the girls.
One of the robbers orders the other to search for the girls.
The robber searches for the girls with his shotgun ready.
The other robber's shotgun on the ground as Mahiro takes care of him.

Grenades

M84 Stun Grenade

Chisato Sugimoto (Akari Takaishi) uses an M84 Stun Grenade to stun the Kamimura brothers.

M84 stun grenade
Chisato pulls the flashbang's pin...
...and lets its lever fly off.

Model 7290M Mini Bang Flashbang Grenade

A Model 7290M Mini Bang Flashbang Grenade briefly appears in the film, incorrectly depicted as a smoke grenade.

Model 7290M Mini Bang flashbang grenade
Mahiro holding the smoke grenade.
The smoke grenade rolls on the ground after Mahiro accidentally pulls its pin and drops it.
The smoke grenade starts to release smoke.

Other

Promotional material-only guns

Multiple firearms (which do not appear in the film proper) appear in the film's posters and promotional material.

Customized AR-15 rifle

A customized AR-15-platform rifle equipped with a Hera Arms CQR stock, Fortis 12.9" Night Rail handguard, Aimpoint CompM4s reflex sight (with lens cover cap mounts), Magpul M-LOK Type 2 Rail Covers, Magpul M-LOK Handstop, Inforce WML Gen 2 light, and Surefire Warden muzzle device appears in the promotional art for the film. The rifle is likely an airsoft replica.

Hera Arms CQR - 5.56x45mm NATO (for reference)
Saori Izawa holds the rifle in the film's poster.
Saori Izawa holds the rifle in the film's original international poster.
Tatsuomi Hamada holds the rifle in a promotional image for the film (which appears to have been deleted from the film's social media accounts).

Remington MSR

Saori Izawa is seen with a Remington MSR equipped with an angled foregrip and a suppressor in one of the film's posters.

Remington MSR with Harris bipod, Leupold Mark 4 scope, and AAC Titan suppressor - .338 Lapua Magnum
Saori Izawa holds the sniper rifle in an alternate poster for the film.

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