Big Hero 6 is the Walt Disney Animation Studios first movie inspired by a Marvel comic book series, an obscure 1998 series written by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Roulea. Despite the Marvel origins, the film does not place itself in the overall Marvel universe.
Inspired by a little-known Japan-set Marvel series about a team of state-sanctioned superheroes, the film will center on a boy named Hiro Hamada and his beloved robot companion BayMax who join a team of crime fighters in a mythical mash-up high-tech city called San Fransokyo.
In late 2013, Chris Williams was paired with existing director Don Hall as co-directors, while Roy Conli was brought in to replace Kristina Reed as producer.
The film has an appearance of the mysterious “A-113” Easter Egg. The A-113 shows up on the computer screen as a part number.
This movie released on November 07, 2014. It was accompanied theatrically with the Disney short The Feast. Big Hero 6 did very well at the box office, bringing in $222,527,828 in North America, and $429,600,000 in other countries, for a total of over 650 million dollars.