Big Hero 7: Will the Marvel Comic superhero movie get a sequel? All about it

Big Hero 6 hit theaters in 2014 and introduced audiences to the world of robotics genius Hiro Hamada, and the gentle healthcare robot Baymax developed to help people. To the absolute surprise of the creators of the film, the film racked up $657.9 million to warm critical acclaim. It has also received numerous awards and accolades to its credit, including the Oscar for Best Animated Feature. Given its popularity and commercial success, the film also got a sequel in the form of a TV series which ran for three successful seasons (from 2017 to 2021) before getting a cancellation order in February 2021 The series serves as a continuation of the events of the movie Big Hero 6 and sees Hiro and Baymax reunite with the high-tech superhero team – Go Go Tamago, Lemon Honey, Wasabi and Fred as they all go on a… mission to save their town from a slew of villains. Although fans are eagerly awaiting a Big Hero Season 6 follow-up, the creators haven’t done anything official about it yet. With that, is the sequel really on the cards or is it still a long way off? Check out all the details about Big Hero 7 below and get your burning questions answered:

Is a Big Hero 6 sequel on the way soon?

Although the follow-up has been in talks for some time, there is no development on it. After Big Hero 6 was first released in 2014, Chris Williams gave us a little hope when he said in an interview that he loved the characters and was looking forward to working with them again. Williams added that a sequel must have a story waiting to be told to the world. However, Don Hall wasn’t exactly eager when asked about the sequel. Additionally, Big Heroes 6 lead animator Zach Parish has raised hope in the audience with his recent remarks regarding the sequel. He said: “I think there is still a lot of potential. There is still plenty of time. The beauty of animation is that it can pick up the story at the very end of “Big Hero 6” or we could jump back in time. We could go where we want since it’s entertainment.

With that in mind, the follow-up is in the early days of discussion and planning, and may not hit the big screen for a few years. But fans have a lot to look forward to as a rotating series, Baymax is set to air soon.

Baymax has an official premiere date: all about it

Walt Disney Animation Studios released an official announcement regarding the spin-off series, Baymax at Disney’s Livestream event. And fans just can’t contain their excitement. While the animated TV series may not be what you’d expect, it still tells the story of a central character in Big Hero 6, Baymax himself. Viewers shouldn’t anticipate much of the action drama in the spinoff, as viewers will see Baymax working as a healthcare provider in San Fransokyo. Due to the lack of concrete details about the spin-off, it’s hard to predict what it might look like. But the good part is that the animated series is set to hit Disney+ in mid-2022 and that’s not a lot of wait time.

Big Hero 7 Cast Information

If Big Hero 6 gets a renewal, we expect the original voices to reprise their respective roles. Ryan Potter as Hiro Hamada, Baymax as Scott Adsit, Daniel Henney as Tadashi, TJ Miller as Fred, and Genesis Rodriguez as Honey Lemon.

With no solid casting news, it’s unclear who will be part of the Big Hero 6 sequel cast as it remains in the dark for many reasons at this point.

Big Hero 7 Trailer

There is no trailer for Big Hero 7 at this time due to the air of uncertainty hanging over the sequel.

Keep checking this space for more updates on Big Hero 7 as we’ll keep you posted as more information becomes available.

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