Disney will be bringing back Big Hero 6 to smaller screens in 2017 to please fans who grew fond of Hiro, Baymax and the gang after watching the Academy award-winning movie. The series is expected to take off from where it ended in the movie and will be aired on Disney XD.
The makers of the 2014 hit have not yet revealed anything about the sequel, Big Hero 7. However, as rumors have it, the production works for the film is already underway and that Tadashi, Hiro’s brother and the creator of Baymax, will be shown in a different light in the sequel.
It is being rumored that Tadashi will appear as the villain Sunfire in the movie but will become the good guy towards the end and join Hiro’s team and that’s why the title “Big Hero 7.”
However, not much is also known about the series and fans are still not sure about what to expect from the upcoming series, since everything at the moment is under the wraps. Still, there are a few things that fans would expect the The Big Hero 6 series to deliver, the Screen Rant reported.
There have been many scattered references to the other Disney movies throughout the film. How about a crossover between the Big Hero 6 and the Incredibles in the series? This would not only pay homage to the 2004 hit but also make an incredible combination.
And it may not just stop at the Incredibles, a possible friendship between Wall E and Baymax or some kind of interactions with the monsters of the Monster Inc. The movie was based on a Marvel comic, but most of the events were changed. Thus, there remains a largely unexplored plot, which can be altered and included in the series.
Tadashi made Hiro what he became, and some more of their relationship in flashbacks would add more depth to Hiro’s character. The film has also allowed some scope for the makers to explore the backstory about Hiro’s parents, who both died in the comic book.