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Big Hero 6
Directed By Don Hall, Chris Williams
Written By Don Hall, Jordan Roberts
Cast T.J. Miller, Jamie Chung, Maya Rudolph, Josh Hutcherson, Samuel L. Jackson
Produced By Roy Conli
Film Editing By Tim Mertens
Cinematography By Julio Macat
Music By Henry Jackman

Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios


United States



Release Date

November 7, 2014,


105 Minutes

Rating PG
Distributed By

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Budget $165,000,000
Based on Big Hero 6 by Man of Action


A 3D computer animated film that focuses on the origin story of a group of scientifically gifted students who use their unique genius to become superheroes. Inspired by the Marvel Comics' Big Hero 6 comic book series, the various characters are adapted from the comic book but actually very little else were derived from the comic book-based characters.


Scientific prodigy Hiro Hamada is wasting his life, time, and talents in the city of San Fransokyo, a futuristic Asian-American conglomeration of San Francisco and Tokyo. Until his older brother, Tadashi decides to show him that there is a place where his untapped genius could be harnessed: SFIT. The San Fransokyo Institute of Technology. It is a place where the future is being built from the plasma lasers of Wasabi, the electromagnetic wheels of GoGo Tomago, and the chemical insanity of Honey Lemon ... along with Tadashi's greatest creation, an inflatable robotic health care unit known as Baymax.

But when his brother is killed in a terrible accident, Hiro unleashes his full creative genius to discover the truth behind it. But to do so, he and his friends will have to become heroes. Actually, they have to become something more. Something greater. Something bigger beyond their wildest imaginations. Big Hero 6.




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Big Hero 6 - Official US Trailer 1

Big Hero 6 - Official US Trailer 1

Big Hero 6 - Official US Trailer 2

Big Hero 6 - Official US Trailer 2