As we all know that a second movie – “Big Hero 7” is on the cards for the 2014 released “Big Hero 6,” earlier confirmed by Marvel’s executive producer Stan Lee, but rumors were rife related to the release date and storyline of the movie. If we were to believe the latest rumor mill, then 2018 will be the year in which the movie’s second part with Hiro’s brother and inflatable healthcare companion robot Baymax’s creator Tadashi will appear on the screens.
Yes, the news is making rounds that Hiro’s brother Tadashi will be back in the second part who met with a lab explosion accident in the first part and went missing after that. It was believed that he was dead in that incident, but speculations related to him being alive started when Baymax said that “Tadashi’s here.” Such speculations are also in picture due to the place where that explosion happened, as it was an inventions lab, so, it was also believed that may be Tadashi got out safely or saved by an invention. Not only this, rumors related to him being turned into Sunfire, one of the real character of “Big Hero 6,” are also rife.
It was already said that the second movie’s shoot will start only after finishing “Guardians of the Galaxy 2,” which is slated for 2017’s release. So, Disney has a lot of time before starting up the shoot for the “Big Hero 7” and also has so many other films under its kitty like new ones “Doctor Strange,” “Black Panther,” “Inhumans,” and sequels of “Captain America” and “Avengers.”
Well, so many speculations and new rumors are hitting the floors daily related to the much awaited movie and it all is happening due to the success of “Big Hero 6” which collected great feedback and money of course! As there is still a reasonable time left for the movie to go on floors, many more surprises and new add-ons will come in front. Hence, it is difficult to believe a single one without any official confirmation and as good fans we have to wait for the studio’s announcement related to the same, till then, let us wish the entire team all the very best.
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