Fist bumps all around, you can now pre-order Disney’s “Big Hero 6” featuring home robotics whiz Hiro Hamada, the huggable companion robot Baymax, along with all their friends on Blu-Ray/DVD. Included in the release is the theatrical short “Feast” that was the hit with audiences… Read More »Take home Disney’s Big Hero 6 on DVD in February
Hiro was the emotional core of Disney’s Big Hero 6 and his transformation from an unfocused and grieving brother to the hero of the film makes him one of Disney’s most unique animated characters of late. Disney is continuing their excellent “Learn to Draw” series… Read More »Learn to Draw Hiro from Disney’s Big Hero 6
There’s something about hand-drawn animation and its ability to draw up major emotions with just a few curves of a pencil. So, even though Big Hero 6 is computer animated, it’s no surprise Disney turned to an anime inspired look to market the movie in… Read More »Hand Drawn trailer helps market Big Hero 6 in Japan
2014 has been a good year at the box office for Disney. With the help of Marvel’s “Captain America: Winter Soldier” and “Guardians of the Galaxy,” the retold fairytale “Maleficent,” and now “Big Hero 6,” the company powered past $4 billion in total box office… Read More »Big Hero 6 helps Disney reach major box office milestone
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.
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Guests of Disney’s Hollywood Studios will soon find themselves transported to the city of San Fransokyo. After entering the Magic of Disney Animation attraction you will be able to tour the lab from the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology and then meet Hiro Hamada and… Read More »Big Hero 6 stars Hiro & Baymax meet & greet coming to DHS