Will 'Big Hero 7' Ever Happen? Producer Says Sequel Still Up the Air

By Maolen E. / 2017.05.15

It has almost been three years since “Big Hero 6” hit theaters, yet many fans have been clamoring for a sequel. However, the odds of that happening are getting increasingly slim.

While directors Chris Williams and Don Hall said a sequel was being considered, there is nothing definitive yet. Also, the film’s producer Roy Conli recently said “Big Hero 7” or “Big Hero 6 Two” is still up in the air.

“You know, that is still up in the air,” Roy Conli said in a recent sit-down interview with Screen Rant. “Chris Williams and Don Hall, my two directors, we’ve talked about it, but we just do not know. You know, we want to make sure that if we do move in that direction that we are actually telling a story that is as strong as the original.”

Roy Conli also slammed several rumors suggesting Tadashi Hamada’s (voiced by Daniel Henney) return in the projected "Big Hero 6" sequel – reiterating that it is just merely a rumor and nothing has been set in stone yet.

While patiently waiting for “Big Hero 6” sequel to arrive, fans can follow the adventures of Hiro Hamada (voiced by Ryan Potter) and his inflatable robot, Baymax (voiced by Scott Adsit) in Disney XD's upcoming television, “Big Hero 6: The Series.”

Disney XD's “Big Hero 6: The Series” takes place immediately after the events of the 2014 film. As an array of scientifically enhanced villains suddenly show up, Hiro Hamada, Baymax, GoGo Tomago (voiced by Jamie Chung), Honey Lemon (voiced by Genesis Rodriguez), Wasabi (voiced by Khary Payton) and Fred (voiced by Brooks Wheelan) form the Big Hero 6 superhero team to ensure the safety of the entire city.

“Big Hero 6: The Series” is scheduled to premiere this Fall on Disney XD. Below is the official teaser trailer for the upcoming TV series.

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