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Disney Releases New Trailer for 'Big Hero 6'

Walt Disney Animation Studios releases the second full-length trailer from its upcoming feature, ‘Big Hero 6.’

Walt Disney Animation Studios has released a new full-length trailer for Big Hero 6, the Marvel Comics-inspired feature about a boy and his robot.

Compared with earlier glimpses of the movie, the new trailer sets the scene for more than just Hiro and Baymax (voiced by Ryan Potter and Scott Adsit, respectively), although they’re still undoubtedly at the center of things. This time around, however, we also get to see more of the other members of the team -- including Go Go Tamago (Jamie Chung) and T.J. Miller’s Fred -- and see slightly more of the mysterious, kabuki-masked threat facing the city of San Fransokyo.

Watch the new trailer, below:

From Walt Disney Animation Studios, the team behind Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph, comes Big Hero 6, an action-packed comedy-adventure about the special bond that develops between Baymax (voice of Scott Adsit), a plus-sized inflatable robot, and prodigy Hiro Hamada (voice of Ryan Potter). When a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo and catapults Hiro into the midst of danger, he turns to Baymax and his close friends adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago (voice of Jamie Chung), neatnik Wasabi (voice of Damon Wayans Jr.), chemistry whiz Honey Lemon (voice of Genesis Rodriguez) and fanboy Fred (voice of T.J. Miller). Determined to uncover the mystery, Hiro transforms his friends into a band of high-tech heroes called Big Hero 6.

Walt Disney Animation Studios recently announced that it will bring cast and talent from Big Hero 6 to Disney’s presentation at New York Comic-Con on October 9, 2014.

Directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams, Big Hero 6 arrives in theaters November 7, 2014.

Source: Walt Disney Animation Studios

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.

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