Stan Lee Hints At ‘Big Hero 7’ Production After ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy 2;’ Movie To Be Comedic?
If Disney can confirm another sequel of “Frozen,” then why not “Big Hero 7” after the recorded marvelous success of “Big Hero 6” at the box office! In June this year, there was an announcement done by Marvel’s executive producer, Stan Lee that they would commence their work on “Big Hero 6” movie sequel after finishing “Guardians of the Galaxy 2.”
Lee also brought forward the list of some movies, as published by Master Herald, which they have serially placed to be worked on. The extract of Lee’s statement include the promise of their focus on “Doctor Strange,” “The Black Panther” and “The Inhumans” after “Ant-Man” and then back to “Guardians of the Galaxy 2.” He added that “Big Hero 7” would be “precedent” to “Captain America” and “The Avengers.”
On the other hand, The Christian Post reported that an insider linked with Disney already disclosed the important spoilers for “Big Hero 7.” The report stated that Disney would be pursuing the idea of making a “Creative Universe” based on the comics. Since the “Big Hero 6’s” storyline was actually based on a Japan’s comic book, hence, Disney would reportedly look into the process of expanding the “Big Hero Cinematic Universe” in the movie.
“One of the films mentioned was the character of ‘Fredzilla,’ who is voiced by T J Miller. The character will receive a solo film, which will be set months after the events of the previously released ‘Big Hero 6,” the outlet published.
It also revealed that the movie is expected to be comedic, as Fredzilla is known to be a funny character. He will be seen working with his partner named Agent Souza. Oppositely, the villains to be featured in “Big Hero 7” will be having two minions named Lancer and Whiplash.
The rumors surrounding the creation of “Big Hero 7” predicted the movie’s release in late 2017 or early 2018.
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