The sequel to the successful animated film “Big Hero 6” shown last year will soon be in the works if the recent statement of Marvel Studios executive producer Stan Lee is to be the basis of the theory.
But instead of having the title of “Big Hero 6 Part 2,” the sequel is rumored to have a title of “Big Hero 7” because there will be an additional member to the cast of characters. However, the seventh character may actually be a villain at first but who will possibly become a member of the protagonists lead by Hiro Hamada and Baymax.
Stan Lee was recently quoted in an interview that Marvel will have its hands full for the rest of the year until next year or several years thereafter since it has a lot of film projects in its burgeoning plate.
According to Lee, after “Ant-Man,” Marvel will start working on the movies on “Doctor Strange,” “The Black Panther,” “The Inhumans,” and then come back for “Guardians of the Galaxy 2,” “Big Hero 7,” “Avengers 3,” and “Captain America 3,” details the Gospel Herald.
This means that Marvel will be working on “Big Hero 7” after four movies since “Ant-Man” is pretty much in the can.
Disney is developing a reputation for reviving obscure titles from the Marvel titles and turning it into blockbuster movies. “Big Hero 6” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” are clear examples of Disney’s master craft. “Big Hero 6” raked in $56.2 million in the tills while “Guardians of the Galaxy” made a worldwide box office haul of $219.3 million when the two movies were shown last year.
The seventh character
There have already been widespread rumors in the internet alluding to the plot of “Big Hero 7.” Apparently, the “7” on the title emerged because the seventh character is going to be Tadashi Hamada, Hiro’s brother who died in “Big Hero 6” during an explosion in a science event.
For some reason, Tadashi survived the explosion and he will become the villain of sorts in the sequel. While he did die in the first movie, his body was never found so the writers would put a spin on the story to bring the character back to life on the sequel.
Accordingly, Tadashi was saved in the explosion by one of the inventions that were presented during the technological event. The invention that saved Tadashi has something to do with nuclear energy and that because of the power that the invention has given him, he will become Sunfire.