Big Hero 6Big Hero 6 (2014) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Walt Disney Pictures, Marvel
- Animated Characters: Hiro Hamada, BayMax, Wasabi No-Ginger, Honey Lemon, GoGo Tomago, Tadashi, Fred, Dr. Martin Lebur, Cass, Maya Rudolph, Yokai, Professor Robert Callaghan, Alistair Krei, Abigail Callaghan, Heathcliff.
- Awards: Academy Award Winner, Best Animated Feature Film, 2014.
Winner, Annie Award, Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in an Animated Production- Michael Kaschalk, Peter DeMund, David Hutchins, Henrik Falt, John Kosnik, 2015.
- Originally Released in 2014.
- Running Time: 108 minutes.
- Oct 23, 2014- Tokyo International Film Festival
- Oct 24, 2014- Russia and the Ukraine Theatrical Release
- Nov 6, 2014- Greece, UAE, and the Philippines Theatrical Release
- Nov 6, 2014- United States Theatrical Release
- Nov 12, 2014- Trinidad and Tobago Theatrical Release
- Nov 13, 2014- Singapore Theatrical Release
- Nov 14, 2014- Mexico Theatrical Release
- Nov 28, 2014- Poland Theatrical Release
- Dec 12, 2014- Venezuela Theatrical Release
- Dec 14, 2014- Italy and Portugal Theatrical Release
- Dec 19, 2014- Spain Theatrical Release
- Dec 20, 2014- Japan Theatrical Release, as Baymax
- Dec 25, 2014- Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, and South Africa Theatrical Release
- Dec 26, 2014- Australia, New Zealand Theatrical Release
- Jan 1, 2015- Argentina, Uruguay Theatrical Release
- Jan 2, 2015- Paraguay Theatrical Release
- Jan 1, 2015- South Korea Theatrical Release, as Big Hero
- Jan 22, 2015- Germany Theatrical Release
- Jan 30, 2015- United Kingdom, Norway Theatrical Release
- Feb 28, 2015- China Theatrical Release
Cartoon Production Information:
Inspired by a little-known Japan-set Marvel series about a team of state-sanctioned superheroes, the film will center on a boy named Hiro Hamada and his beloved robot companion BayMax who join a team of crime fighters in a mythical mash-up high-tech city called San Fransokyo.
In late 2013, Chris Williams was paired with existing director Don Hall as co-directors, while Roy Conli was brought in to replace Kristina Reed as producer.
Big Hero 6 did very well at the box office, bringing in $222,527,828 in North America, and $429,600,000 in other countries, for a total of over 650 million dollars.
This was the 54th film in the official Disney list of animated films.
Accompanied theatrically with the Disney short The Feast
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