“Big Hero 6” by Walt Disney Pictures was a huge hit with box-office collection of $657.8 million. The team of Hero, Tadashi and Baymax rocked the animated superhero genre. Sequel of “Big Hero 6” is highly anticipated and will be taking time to hit theatres again.
“Big Hero 7” Release Date and Cast:
According to Master Herald, “Big Hero 7” is in working and will have its release date somewhere from July 2017 to 2019. It’s a long wait but is going to be worth it. There are a lot of speculations of the plot and the new team. Tadashi’s return as Sunfire is highly rumoured but there are still no confirmations.
Report adds that Ryan Potter will voice for Baymax and Hiro Hamada in “Big Hero 7” and Daniel Henney will be voicing for Tadashi (now, Sunfire). The work on “Big Hero 6” sequel is mostly to start after “The Guardians of The Galaxy 2” as informed by Stan Lee.
“Big Hero 7” Plot Details:
“Big Hero 7” might not be officially confirmed but directing and writing team of Don Hall and Chris Williams from “Big Hero 6” dropped major clues for the sequels. In their interview with CreativeScreenwriting, Don and Chris both agreed that Baymax is not an ordinary robot. He is meant to be lovable because his sole purpose is to take care of people.
Baymax has to turn out to be a superhero to protect Hiro now in the upcoming sequel of “Big Hero 6”. While addressing to Baymax’s transformation to superhero, Don Hall said, “To take this balloon that only wants to help people, it’s not aggressive in any way, it could be easily popped, it’s hard to imagine how he’d ever become the hero that our main character wants him to be. When he’s armored up, it’s a big part of the comedy and the fun of the movie, but his personality doesn’t change. He remains this loving, attentive caregiver, and that remains his greatest strength.”
It’s interesting to note that since Tadashi’s demise, Baymax role of taking care has been up-leveled and he will be seen struggling in the new series.
Also, Tadashi’s death left a huge void in Hiro Hamada’s life but when talking about Superhero genre movies, Don Hall said, “ But the emotional part of the story is about loss. So I think as long as you honor that, and honor the emotional story that you’re telling, then it will stand on its own as a movie, as opposed to representing a genre.”
Does this hint towards another loss that will be faced by Hiro Hamada?
Chris Williams addressing to reports of “Big Hero 7” said that “Big Hero 6” movie’s end is left to open to further be able to explore more adventures but they have yet not worked on a new storyline for “Big Hero 7”.