'Big Hero 7' Release Date, Spoilers, News And Updates: Disney Sequel Is Highly Anticipated in Marvel Line-up with Surprising Plot Twists

By Camille Travilla , Updated Nov 22, 2016 06:21 PM EST

Fans all over the world are speculating here and there as to the sequel of the 2014 Disney hit "Big Hero 6". Despite the box office record, there were no official statements yet for the possible "Big Hero 7" release. Rumor has it that a release date is not far off.

"Big Hero 6" was one of the top-grossing animated movies of 2014, and one of the most successful at that. Hence fans expected updates about it after hearing release dates of "Incredibles 2" and "Toy Story 4". Although there were also speculations that the reason why Disney kept mum about "Big Hero 7" is because the movie sequel is already in the Marvel line-up.

This speculation gained more publicity when Stan Lee mentioned filming for "Big Hero 7" immediately after the completion of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2". The latter is set to be released in April 2017 so expectant fans are hoping for the big hit sequel between 2017-2019.

While release dates are subjects of speculation, the movie's plot twists are also going around. "Big Hero 6" director and writer Chris Williams and Don Hall only disclosed as much as the Baymax' extraordinary characteristics. There were also speculations about the possible movie plot saying Tadashi did not get burned in the fire and die; instead, he will come back to take revenge against his own brother, Hiro. Hence, a match-up against two brothers is in the line for "Big Hero 7."

Everybody's favorite robot, Baymax, will still play an adorable role. In the upcoming sequel, it is said that Baymax will be torn between choosing his creator's side versus standing against him. A new cast and team are also in talks for "Big Hero 7," but Ryan Potter will still reportedly play the voice of Baymax and Hiro while Daniel Henney will return as the voice of Tadashi.

Although everything about "Big Hero 7" is still a speculation, Disney already confirmed the Big Hero 6 TV series. It will be aired at Disney XD channel come 2017. So while waiting for the official announcement, might as well enjoy first the adventures of Hiro and Baymax in the small screens.

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