Big Hero 6 Characters Set to Make Marvel Cinematic Universe Debut
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a thriving entity since Iron Man hit theaters more than a decade ago. The wide array of characters that inhabit the Marvel universe have consistently made a positive transition to the big screen.
Disney, Marvel’s parent company since the Mouse House bought the comic book publishing conglomerate and their expansive collection of intellectual property, has continually produced exceptional cinematic works within this shared universe.
For an undertaking as ambitious and meticulous as the Marvel characters shared universe has been, the films have proven to be more popular now than ever.
With an ever-growing list of incoming films and series exclusively produced for Disney streaming service, Disney+, the endeavor doesn’t seem to be coming to a conclusion any time soon.
And this is only the beginning…
Big Hero 6 in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
The two companies are apparently set to give characters from the Disney animated film Big Hero 6 their live-action debuts in the MCU.
Although some may not know, the characters that comprise the 2014 film are actually Marvel characters.
Coming to Disney as one of Marvel’s many IPs, the studio developed an animated superhero film that would follow the adventure of Hiro and his trusted robot super pal Baymax– the prized creation of his deceased brother, Tadashi.
There is very little in terms of verifiable details surrounding this report, but it doesn’t come as a surprise that Disney is looking to transition the characters to live-action form.
The success of the film and the adoration the team received because of the lovable robot hero Baymax prove valuable to the evolving universe.