On the occasion of the National Streaming Day, Disney Plus released a new trailer and the first poster of Baymaxthe sequel to Big Hero 6 2014 Oscar-winning film that, as the title suggests, will feature the fluffy rescue robot created by the protagonist’s older brother who will do what it was programmed to do: help others. When will we be able to see the animated series? Baymax will arrive exclusively on the streaming platform from 29 June.
The new trailer for Baymax, sequel to Big Hero 6
Baymax is produced by Roy Conli And Bradford Simonsen and consists of six episodes, directed by Dean Wellins (episodes 1, 2, 6), Lissa Treiman (episode 3), Dan Abraham (episode 4) e Mark Kennedy (episode 5). The screenwriter is Cirocco Dunlap. In the original version, Scott Adsit returns to lend his voice to Baymax. Among the voice actors featured in the episodes also include Ryan Potter, Maya Rudolph, Emily Kuroda, Lilimar, Zeno Robinson and Jaboukie Young-White.
Here is the poster:
As for the plot, the new Disney Plus series will be set in the fantastic city of San Fransokyo and has reveal more information the same creator of Baymax Don Hall, who also directed the Big Hero 6 (get the Blu-Ray on Amazon!) who stated:
“I thought it would be fun to do a Disney + series with Baymax interacting with normal people. In each of the six episodes, Baymax just wants to help someone and, very often, it’s people who don’t want to be helped. He sets out to solve a physical problem that he has identified and, in the process, comes to touch a deeper, more emotional aspect to the point of being almost revolutionary in this role “.
In the meantime, we remind you in May on Disney + will land the awaited Obi-Wan Kenobi series that will debut next Friday.