Do You Want to Build A Franchise? Why You Should Drag Your Kids to Watch Big Hero 6

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​Hollywood’s odd couple, Disney and Marvel, has managed to make something truly magical without having to wave a wand or rub a lamp. An animation studio that is well known for its production of princess-themed films, has teamed up with a company famous for dishing out fantastic tales of strong men in tights, to give movie viewers a modern day adventure about a boy and a robot who save the day. After a family tragedy, fourteen-year-old robotics prodigy, Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter), is demoralized and loses all desire to pursue an education at one of San Fransokyo’s (No. That was not a typo.) most coveted technological institutes. Hiro accidentally activates Baymax (voiced by Scott Adsit), a white, fluffy, you-just-wanna-hug‘im-to-death robot created by Hiro’s older brother Tadashi (Daniel Henney), whose sole purpose is to relieve people of pain. (He’s the ideal doctor you’d want after paying a $400 monthly premium on…

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