Video Watchdog editor Tim Lucas let slip on another board today that Paramount's release of Mario Bava's cult spy thriller DANGER: DIABOLIK - scheduled, then cancelled some months back - is now on track to be released as a fully blown special edition. Lucas spent Wednesday afternoon with Diabolik himself, John Phillip Law, recording a new scene-specific commentary for the upcoming release, and the commentary reportedly turned out great. Law is even flying to Rome next week to shoot a music video for the DVD where he'll reprise his role of Diabolik for Bava's son, director Lamberto Bava. You can likely expect more detailed extras on the final release. The disc is being produced by Kim Aubry from American Zoetrope. It was on the suggestion of Aubry and Roman Coppola that Paramount decided to delay their original release of the film and rethink it as a loaded S.E. No release date has been suggested as of yet.