Congratulations to the team at Walt Disney Animation Studios down in Burbank. Disney’s “Big Hero 6” eclipsed Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” at the weekend box office. The estimated take for Big Hero 6 is $56.2 million dollars, a 15% increase over 2012’s fall release “Wreck-It Ralph,”… Read More »It was a super weekend for Big Hero 6
The latest animated feature from Disney, “Big Hero 6,” is a fast-paced, visually rich 3-D computer animated feature that is a clever reflection of the world we live in today with lessons we can use to build a better tomorrow. Just like in “Frozen,” Walt Disney’s animators rise to the task and deliver a wonderful story, with complex characters, that is both unique and uniquely Disney at the same time.
At the center of Big Hero 6 is a boy named Hiro Hamada. Hiro and his older brother have both experienced a lot of loss in their life, and they’re each dealing with it in different ways. Tadashi, the older brother, is applying himself in school, while Hiro is using his robotic skills to win in the underground robot fights. A series of circumstances drives Hiro to finally apply himself and, with the help of friends, overcome great odds to deliver justice.
Based on a Marvel comic book, Big Hero 6 is Disney’s first super hero animated feature. But in this case the heroes are all scientists, nerds, and geeks. Which I think is a great model for kids today. In the movie STEM is front and center as being important focus of learning. That’s definitely new from Disney too.
The movie is set in the fictional town of San Fransokyo, but as the name suggests it looks as if San Francisco and Tokyo had a baby. The overall design also lends itself to a slight, kawaii-Japanese animation feel. The animators have packed so much detail into the cityscape that you can probably see the movie numerous times and not see it all. Read More »Disney’s Big Hero 6 Review – A Uniquely Disney Take on Super Hero Kids
Editor: Please welcome back guest author Peter Orrestad. Big Hero 6 is the next film coming out from Walt Disney Animation Studios following their global storm of a movie, Frozen. Before it premieres this coming November, there are a few reasons you should be excited about it. Big… Read More »Excitement Builds for Disney’s Big Hero 6
A Sizzle trailer for Disney’s “Big Hero 6” debuted at the New York Comic Con yesterday. Besides packing lots of sizzle, it introduces a few new elements of the movie. For instance, we get some evidence of Hiro’s robot building ability with a clip from… Read More »Team Big Hero 6 Sizzles in New Trailer
Heading to New York Comic Con tomorrow? Be sure to stop by the Disney “Big Hero 6” Panel. All attendees will receive a copy of this exclusive poster by Poster Posse member Kaz Oomori. You’ll also get a peek at Disney’s mysterious “Tomorrowland” film. Can’t… Read More »Disney’s Big Hero 6 Panel and Contest
We’re getting out first extended look at Disney’s next big animated hit – Big Hero 6. The clip features Baymax, a personal healthcare companion – aka robot, and Hiro Hamada having an encounter in his room after a possible injury to Hiro. Find out what… Read More »Two Minute Sneak Peek of Disney’s Big Hero 6