Hiro and his robot pal Baymax team up with a group of unorthodox heroes to save San Fransokyo in Disney's Big Hero 6, based on the Marvel comic book.B. Alan Orange
Ryan Potter, T.J. Miller and Damon Wayans Jr. lead the voice cast of Big Hero 6, in theaters November 7th.
Robotics guru Hiro Hamada tries to give his robot companion Baymax new armor in the first Big Hero 6 TV spot.
Meet the robot Baymax, Hiro's best friend and defender of justice in Disney's Marvel adaptation Big Hero 6.B. Alan Orange
Meet the main Big Hero 6 characters Hiro Hamada, Baymax, Gogo Tomago, Honey Lemon, Wasabi No-Ginger and Fredzilla in Disney's new animated adventure.
Hiro and his robot companion Baymax attempt to play a game of soccer in the latest Big Hero 6 teaser made specifically for the World Cup.B. Alan Orange
Hiro tries to assemble his robot Baymax's superhero costume in the latest look at Disney's Marvel comic book adaptation Big Hero 6.
Meet Wasabi, Honey Lemon, Baymax, Hiro, Fredzilla and GoGo Tomago in Disney's first animated adaptation of a Marvel comic book.B. Alan Orange
T.J. Miller, Jamie Chung and Maya Rudolph lend their voices to Disney's first animated adaptation of a Marvel comic book, in theaters this November.
The first trailer for Disney's animated adaptation of the Marvel comic book arrives this Thursday.B. Alan Orange
Jamie Chung, T.J. Miller and Maya Rudolph lend their voices to Disney's first animated adaptation of a Marvel comic, in theaters November 6th.
No characters details have been released for the actress, who joins this animated adventure about a government sanctioned team of heroes.B. Alan Orange
The Believe star joins T.J. Miller for Disney's first animated movie based on a Marvel comic book, in theaters this November.
The comedian is the first to come aboard this animated adventure based on the Marvel comic book that debuted in the late 90s.B. Alan Orange
He joins Don Hall for Marvel's first 3D animated feature film. The story follows a robotics expert who tries to save San Francisco from a criminal plot.
Joe Quesada reveals the similarities between comic book publishing and television, and explains why they used Gravitron as a S.H.I.E.L.D. villain.