The opening theme of Disney’s “Big Hero 6” gives fans their first look at the latest animated spinoff show. Over the years, Disney and Marvel have collaborated on a lot of projects. The two big studios have once again decided to join hands for a surprisingly large number of animated movies and Television Series. They are reportedly developing three brand new series, the most notable and successful being “Big Hero 6.” It is based on the obscure Marvel comic book of the same name.

Who is returning to the sequel?

Despite “Big Hero 6” receiving financial success and critical acclaim upon its release in 2014 – many people were surprised by Disney’s lack of interest in developing a sequel to the show.

A report by Den of Geek reveals that the main stars of “Big Hero 6” are returning to its sequel. The most prominent characters are Maya Rudolph as Cass, Scott Adsit as Baymax, Jamie Chung as Go Go, Ryan Potter as Hiro, Khary Payton as Wasabi, Genesis Rodriguez as Lemon, Brooks Wheelan as Fred, David Shaughnessy as Heathcliff and Alan Tudyk as Alistair. Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee is reportedly playing Fred’s father, and he is new to the cast.

Projected film sequel

In February 2015, Don Hall and Chris Williams told Hollywood Life that a sequel was possible, but it was too early to make an official announcement.

"We love the characters of this series, and there are plans to develop a brand new show,” Don Hall told the news outlet.

In March 2016, Génesis Rodríguez said in a statement to MTV that “Big Hero 6” was being considered. According to Rodriguez, Marvel and Disney were in talks for months, but they did not confirm anything. Finally, in January 2017, Disney announced that it was developing a “Big Hero 6” series in collaboration with Marvel.

“Kim Possible” directors Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley are back to direct the new show.

New teaser trailer

In a new teaser trailer for “Big Hero 6,” Hiro Hamada can be seen sitting all alone in his research lab.

According to director Don Hall, Hiro will transform from a teenage boy to a man in the new show. He may face a lot of problems in future, but there's no information about the nature of those problems. Ryan Potter is set to return as Hiro from the original series.

Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley will reportedly serve as showrunners on the new series. Are you waiting for “Big Hero 6?” Do not forget to share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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