Disney+ reveals the release date for Walt Disney Animation’s upcoming Big Hero 6 follow up series, Baymax!, with a brand new trailer.
Disney+ launched a brand-new trailer for Baymax!, the streaming service’s upcoming Big Hero 6 spinoff series.
The brand-new trailer for Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Baymax! highlights Baymax’s efforts to do what he was developed to do and assist those in requirement, which in this case consist of a roaming feline, helping Auntie Cass in running her coffee shop after she breaks her ankle, and trying to console an angsty teen. Baymax! is set to premiere on Disney+ on June 29. “Everyone needs a big hero,” Disney tweeted, in addition to the trailer.
“I thought it would be fun to do a Disney+ series with Baymax interacting with normal folks,” stated series developer Don Hall, who likewise helmed 2014’s Big Hero 6. “In each of our six episodes, Baymax just wants to help someone — and a lot of times they don’t want to be helped. He sets out to fix a physical issue that he’s identified, and in the process, gets to a deeper, more emotional place and can be almost transformative in that role.”
Baymax! will see Scott Adsit return as the voice of Baymax, a function he initially played in Big Hero 6. The remainder of the voice cast consists of Ryan Potter repeating his Big Hero 6 function as Hiro Hamada and Maya Rudolph as Auntie Cass, in addition to Emily Kuroda, Lilimar, Zeno Robinson and Jaboukie Young-White.
The very first trailer for the upcoming Big Hero 6 follow up series was launched in November 2021 as part of Disney+ Day, which likewise portrayed Baymax “saving the world, one patient at a time.” Baymax! will be the very first tv series to be produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Baymax! is a spinoff of the seriously well-known Big Hero 6, which followed a young robotics prodigy called Hiro Hamada who acquires his late sibling Tadashi’s development: an inflatable health care robotic called Baymax. The 2 form a superhero group in an effort to eliminate a masked opponent who looks for to not just take Hiro’s development however is accountable for his sibling’s death. Directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams from a movie script composed by Jordan Roberts, Dan Gerson and Robert L. Baird, Big Hero 6 went on to win the Oscar for Best Animated Function at the 87th Academy Awards.
Baymax! will not be the very first series based upon the initial animated movie. Big Hero 6 likewise motivated an animated Disney Channel/Disney XD series entitled Big Hero 6: The Series, which ran in between 2017-2021.
Baymax! premieres on Disney+ on June 29.