New Stills from Disney’s Upcoming BIG HERO 6


Following a two-minute TV clip from the upcoming Marvel adaptation Big Hero 6, Disney has released a new batch of stills from its next animated release.

The flick is loosely based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name that centers on a boy Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter) who weaponizes his robot Baymax (voiced by Scott Adsit) and a group of friends into a band of high-tech heroes.

Big Hero 6 hits theaters November 7, 2014 and also features the voices of Jamie Chung as GoGo Tomago, Damon Wayans Jr. as Wasabi, Génesis Rodríguez as Honey Lemon, T. J. Miller as Fred, Maya Rudolph as Aunt Cass, James Cromwell as Professor Callaghan, Alan Tudyk as Alistair Krei and Daniel Henney as Tadashi Hamada.

“It is alright to cry. Crying is a natural response to pain” says Baymax (looks like the Michelin Man, ha) who then assess the Hiro’s mental status, making his prognosis “Diagnosis: puberty” in the clip which premiered on the “making Frozen” ABC’s TV special.

Check out the latest pics (via Imgur) as well as the clip below. It’s a cute, but doesn’t seem to give away anything at all important about the flick.


That villain looks bad ass:




Looks like a pretty great ensemble of varied and fun characters:


Big Hero 6 is a heartfelt comedy adventure about robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who learns to harness his genius—thanks to his brilliant brother Tadashi and their like-minded friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go Tamago, clean freak Wasabi No-Ginger, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred. When a devastating turn of events catapults them into the midst of a dangerous plot unfolding in the streets of San Fransokyo, Hiro turns to his closest companion—a cutting-edge robot named Baymax—and transforms the group into a band of high-tech heroes determined to solve the mystery. Inspired by the Marvel comics of the same name, and featuring comic-book style action and all the heart and humor audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, Big Hero 6 is directed by Don Hall (Winnie the Pooh) and Chris Williams (Bolt), and produced by Roy Conli (Tangled).