Marys Iosama will appear in the sequel.
If there's a sequel, it'll pull a Winter Soldier
, and have Tadashi return as a villain with no memory of who he is
- The fandom seems to be demanding it, after all,
Alistair Krei is as bad as Callaghan claims and will be the villain in the next installment
Callaghan's warnings that he has more ambition than morals or attention to detail is not without merit, despite the fact Callaghan himself was the one who stepped off the deep edge, not Krei. Krei's attempt to walk off with a microbot at the fair
is actually foreshadowing where his character is headed in a future installment.
- Not only that, but Krei will become the new Yokai.
In a sequel, it will focus more on the Character Development
of the rest of the team besides Hiro and Baymax.
Not that Hiro and Baymax wouldn't get any more or be Out of Focus
, but the sequel could expand on GoGo's, Wasabi's, Honey Lemon's, and Fred's backstories to give them some development as well. And the first three's real names could be revealed (or, in GoGo's case, officially stated, considering that her voice actress said her name was Ethel on Twitter).
The next villain will use a combination of the team's weaponry, including minibots.
Just think how cool that would be. Combining the laser blades, roller blades, metal armor, rocket jets, a flamethrower, AND those sticky-whatchamacallit balls in one package. This villain could be a Blood Knight
simply testing his power against the heroes, or maybe doing it to test them and make them stronger. Or both.
Hiro developed a new combat chip post-movie.
After Hiro rebuilt Baymax's body
, he didn't just recreate his combat chip, but made a new one based on non-lethal martial arts, e.g. Taiho-jutsu. After what almost happened with Callaghan, Hiro never wants to make Baymax hurt anyone again.
The next movie will continue the themes of revenge and loss with the villain being a victim of the fire Callaghan started
It could be anybody. A janitor, a security guard, an innocent bystander... Anyone. Bonus points if they saw Callaghan sneak in the building and tried to see what he was up to, or was about to get Tadashi out of the building before it blew up. This will be the Darker and Edgier
villain(more like Anti-Villain
) for a Darker and Edgier
sequel. The fire, let's say, cost this man(woman?) 2 or more of his/her limbs in addition to other obvious damages, and uses technology to get back what he/she lost
, (perhaps derived from Hiro's minibot/magnet tech) but like Callaghan, is so filled with rage he/she also uses his tech for revenge
, but UNlike him, only wishes to see Callaghan suffer
, and shows an unwillingness to kill Hiro and his friends, or innocent bystanders, seeing those as lengths only the truly evil like the one responsible for Tadashi and his/her mutual fates would go to.
Also, Tadashi may be a Red Herring
, or even the actual villain himself.
Abigail will Visit Her father in Prison.
This Fic is Closest to that WMG 
Abigail will play a major role in the sequel.
After she learned what her father did, she will come to personally apologizes to Hiro for indirectly causing his brother's death. Maybe she could even become the Seventh Ranger of the group.
"Bata-la-la-la" will incorporated into future works.
Specifically, the team will use it as a catchphrase.
Tadashi will eventually come back to life as the Ebon Samurai.
The identity of Youkai will become a fad for criminals
is arrested, the identity of Youkai, especially the mask, eventually becomes a widespread moniker among the criminal underworld of San Fransokyo, with everyone from low level hoodlums to Large Ham
Yakuza bosses using the moniker when doing crimes. In fact, there will be a scene where Callaghan
is seen as being treated with adoration and respect by his follow inmates for essentially nearly destroying one of the biggest corporations in America. Callghan
, for his part, tries to isolate himself as much as possible and avoid the news just as much while downing depression medication like candy
- Or maybe a street gang who idolizes him and all dress in theme, similar to The Jokerz from Batman Beyond? Extra points if the majority are the thugs from the beginning of the film.
A sequel will feature a plot based on the original storyline of Sunfire and the Big Hero 6.
The Big Bad
will be an incarnation of the villain Everwraith, portrayed here as an Evil Luddite
who seeks to destroy San Fransokyo, the tech capital of the world, with, naturally, some kind of super weapon. Operating as his Dragon
will be an Expy
of Sunfire, who turns out to be a Brainwashed and Crazy Tadashi with radiation powers
Baymax MK. 1 will come back from hyperspace, operating only on his combat chip
Since his medical chip was removed and sent back, so if the remaining shell somehow comes back from hyperspace he'll be in the "Baymax, Destroy" mode, making him a dangerous adversary. The only problem is that he won't have much battery power, but that can be worked around.
- Holy shit, all those microbots are in there with him...
If a sequel comes out, the next villain will have been involved in the death of Mr. and Mrs. Hamada
The sequel has Krei resurrecting the microbots for his own use...
...by dredging up the one in the glass case that Hiro dropped into the bay.
The sequel has Fred finally living out his Kaiju
...with his own Mo Cap Mecha
They get a Cool Car
for a team transport.
And to settle any arguments about who gets to drive (you KNOW Wasabi and Gogo will get antsy about that), they recruit Abigail!
"Oh, you can call me Abi. All my old co-workers did... until they were all retrenched and the island our institute was on got quarantined... which I only learned about after having been sucked into limbo for something like five years..."
Personally I'm thinking this would be another excuse for Disney to introduce more real world science as they've already done. Personally I only have an idea for two members (Feel free to add any of your own ideas if you're so inclined).
- Wasabi's counterpart will use circular saws lined with industrial diamonds which grind away anything almost as fast as Wasabi's plasma can cut.
- Gogo's opposite will be straight Super Speed, but wearing a pressurized suit like fighter pilots. This protects their vital organs from the increased G-force of their speed and thus lets them run faster than Gogo can skate.
There will be a huge crossover movie, with Big Hero 6, The Incredibles, and Ben 10
While not Disney, Man of Action Studios
created and owns Ben10 so they can do whatever the hell they want with him, it will be the cartoon counterpart of The Avengers films.
- Unlikely and also in one point wrong, considering it's Cartoon Network, and hence Warner Bros. , who owns the rights to Ben 10, hence the various sequels series after the original.
In a Sequel movie, cartoon episode (If they ever make a series), or comic. Fred becomes a "real" Kaiju.
He is obsessed with them, and in his obsession wants to be one "for real" so he seeks out a mad scientist in secret. But while he wants to be the "Heroic" type of Kaiju, the mad scientist who wants to cause chaos and destruction, turns him into a destructive one
So he becomes a giant Lizard destroying San Fransoyko
but seeing as he told no-one about seeing the Mad Scientist (because they'd stop him), the team doesn't know it's him, causing the risk of possibly killing their friend without ever knowing.
Fred and Baymax get a bunch of specialised suits.
The most obvious one would be the amphibious function suit, with Fred getting a Loch Ness Monster type and Baymax getting the deepsea rescue outfit. Of course, Fred makes a joke about selling more toys
and the other guys just look at him funny.
Or instead of sequels, they go straight to the series.
Maybe animated by Nerd Corps or something. With Slug Terra
ended, they need something to compete with the Nickelodeon
kids-action belt dominated by Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)
, The Penguins of Madagascar
and Kung Fu Panda
Biotechnology will play an important role in future works.
Tadashi says that he programmed Baymax with over 10,000
medical procedures. Considering what a work of art Baymax is, and how Tadashi would never leave such a thing to chance, its not very likely that Tadashi came up with this knowledge via his own research. Instead, he got the word of a licensed doctor. Baymaxís co-creator/Dad no. 2
will be either an important side character or a villain.
Agent Phil Coulson will make a cameo.
Or even better, Nick Fury
will appear in the movie, connecting the Disney Animated Canon
to the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Musical numbers will be added following the success of Frozen
It is very possible that when Disney decided to do Big Hero 6, they would not add any musical numbers and songs as it would be difficult to insert them in a movie that is not based off a fairy tale. But with Frozen's success, Disney will change their mind.
Big Hero 6
takes place in a city based off Japanese and American locales. He/she might not be a Samurai Cowboy
exactly, but he/she could model him/herself after one.
- Never shows up in the film. Maybe in a sequel?
- Actually, this troper is fairly sure she saw the words "Samurai Cowboy" on a poster or a box in the background, but nonetheless, it does not play a big role.
- That's why GoGo Tomago, Honey Lemon, Wasabi, Fred, and Professor Callaghan are so similar in both design and personality to Nikki Wong, Caitlin Cooke, Wyatt Williams, Jude Lizowski, and Ron the Rent-a-Cop, respectively.
Thus setting up a future movie where the heroes of these three and possibly other movies team up to battle a greater evil. Besides, everyone is doing it these days!
- San Fransokyo seems too advanced to be in the same time as those two movies, though it could take place in the same universe, just several decades into the future.
- More correctly, the movie will be set Twenty Minutes into the Future in the shared universe of Frozen and Tangled, or even as a parallel the second decade of the 21st century, our time. They might even make Shout Outs to both films are historical references (ie their version of ''Tangled'' being based on true events and Arendelle being a world power thanks to Elsa).
- Well, Prince Hans is wanted in San Fransokyo...
- And at one point Baymax destroys a statue of him.
- Maybe San Fransokyo found some Australium?
Well, Disney owns both Marvel and Star Wars, and Hiro's already built a robot, so might as well!
- Given how Wasabi's blades work...semi-confirmed, maybe?
The main character is a Child Prodigy
whose favored field is technology, so an elderly curmudgeon who hates new tools could serve as a fine Foil
- Expanding on this idea: the main villain will be a far more intimidating version of Turner D. Century, who is listed on the Evil Luddite page. He's owned by Marvel, and making a ridiculous time-based villain genuinely cool has been done before by their Distinguished Competition.
- Jossed. The main villain is a foil to Hiro, but in an entirely different way. He actually embraces technology to accomplish his goals.
The film is a test-run/proof-of-concept for more Disney animated Marvel comics adaptations
The use of a less publicly-known title is to shield Marvel from any damage if the film fails to perform. However if it does even half as well as recent releases we can expect to see more action-oriented Disney films in the Marvel universe. Hopefully featuring characters like Iron-Fist, Sang-Chi, Power Pack, and maybe even Alpha Flight or Excalibur.
Since the setting is partly inspired by Japanese culture, it makes sense that Disney decides to use J-Pop/J-Rock songs for the film. My best guess is that they'll hire The Pillows
to do a handful of songs for it, or alternatively, have them do a collaboration with an American artist to perform the film's theme song.
- Seems reasonable, given that Disney has used J-Pop before in Wreck-It Ralph.
- Maybe Disney will commission some J-Rock and J-pop artists to write some songs for the movie maybe Faylan could write a song for the final battle or even the Movies theme song!
- Ultimately jossed.
Hiro's brother will turn out to be the villain.
Mainly so the Hiro/Baymax relationship can save the day and prove that true siblings don't have to be linked by blood
or something like that. Basically, throwing a curveball at everyone who goes in still thinking about Frozen
- The second trailer which introduces the villain right after Tadashi's funeral makes this seem likely, or at the very least a red herring.
- Or the kabuki mask is a Mind-Control Device, and Tadashi is a pawn of the real villain who is using the older Hamada boy's tech.
Japan expanded further East in this timeline.
A popular alternate timeline theory is the what if scenario of Japan further expanding East into the new world instead of being entirely self-isolated and ending up at New World along the West Coast. This can easily apply to the past of this movie, as the setting it basically a fusion of San Francisco and Tokyo. The first settlers of San Fransokyo could have been either Japanese whom converted to Christianity that fled Japan to avoid persecution, similar to the Quakers leaving England, or assorted Daimyos, nobles, and other individuals who decided to bail during or after Nobunaga's bloody conquest of all of Japan.
- Jossed. All There in the Manual states that San Fransisco collapsed entirely during the 1908 earth quake and was rebuilt as San Fransokyo primarily by it's large number of Japanese immigrants.
There are a handful of possibilities for this, but one that comes to mind is that Krei Tech, the technology company owned by Alistair Krei, could be a rival of Robinson Industries, and is actively searching for the "next big thing" in an effort to outdo the aforementioned company. This might explain why Alistair has taken such an interest in Hiro when he attends the showcase at San Fransokyo Tech; he hopes to pass Hiro's inventions as his own and take all the credit
The Yokai role will alternate between them and at one point, they'll do it simultaneously to confuse and separate the heroes.
- Another possibility is that before his death, Tadashi met Cornelius Robinson at some point, and has been good friends with him and his son Wilbur. When Cornelius learned about Tadashi's plans to build a "Healthcare Companion" that would help hospital patients, he may have helped him in designing Baymax, who can be considered a proof-of-concept robot made for Tadashi's brother Hiro, and impressed by his intellect, he invited Tadashi to work for his company so they can mass-produce them. Unfortunately, Tadashi passed away before that could happen, and when Cornelius attended his funeral, he gave Hiro his condolences for his loss.
- Points for Big Hero 6 continuing the "Keep moving forward" moral, albeit much more subtlety.
- Jossed. Krei is amoral, but not evil. Callaghan becomes Yokai to take revenge on Krei.
Yokai is after Baymax.
Baymax is supposed to be a piece of ground-breaking, first of it's kind tech. It's possible that Yokai has found a more sinister purpose for him than being the perfect babysitter.
- Jossed. He's actually after Alistair Krei.
Baymax will be distracted by a baby at some point.
Since he's sort of a "nanny-bot," he has pre-programmed instinct to care for all children, not just Hiro.
- Baymax was seen in the trailers petting a cat and calling it a "hairy baby", if that counts.
The reason Prince Hans' face is on a wanted poster, see Freeze-Frame Bonus
, is because some time in the past the Guild of Super Evil
, whom Hans was a member of, invaded the Big Hero 6 universe.
Or alternatively, Hans originated from the Big Hero 6 universe as a wanted criminal. He used a time machine to escape into the past and the whole prince thing was an act.
- Or maybe he's a descendant of the original Hans. Fruit doesn't fall far from the tree, after all.
It will start during Honeyís Establishing Character Moment
, when she unintentionally pulls a chemistry-flavoured Geeky Turn-On
The movie will open with a Self-Parody
of classic Disney movies by having a comic book open up.
- Stock scenes from comics are used as the backdrop for the opening credits, then it pans out to reveal Hiro reading a comic book.
- Jossed. The movie opens up to a sky view of San Fransokyo.
To play with the Police Are Useless
stereotype, the dismissive cop will return in the movie's climax, and have something that starts as a Big Damn Heroes
moment, but ends in Epic Fail
- Alternatively, Officer Gerson would seem to make a seemingly-sure-to-fail Big Damn Heroes moment, and is mocked by the Big Bad, who asks what a single cop can do to him. Then Officer Gerson reveals he already called in backup, and swarms of police, SWAT, and more burst in, locked-and-loaded. If such an event happens, the best they can do is to occupy the attention of the assorted Mooks or subvillains, while the heroes get a Heroic Second Wind to directly fight and take down the Big Bad themselves (no offense to the cops, but if they did all the work, Big Hero 6 wouldn't have a movie for themselves!).
- Jossed, sadly. However, he still get a nod in the end credits.
Rapunzel is Honey Lemon's ancestor.
Why else would she look exactly like the Disney Princess?
- Lazy character design, perhaps?
- Aunt Cass looks more like Rapunzel than Honey Lemon does in the movie though.
- It's not just the appearance. Honey is just as adorable and excitable as Rapunzel was.
The movie takes place in the Marvel 2099 continuity.
Big Hero 6 is that generation's version of The Avengers. The only difference is that no outside organization is involved in the team's formation.
- The tech Hiro uses to build the team armor is from Stark-Fujikawa.
- In addition, the characters are expys of Marvel characters.
- Hiro: Iron Man
- Baymax: J.A.R.V.I.S.
- GoGo: Captain America
- Wasabi: Wolverine
- Honey: Gwen Stacy
- Fred: Hulk
The team's Home Base
will be located in Wasabi's sushi restaurant.
Hence Honey, Gogo and Wasabi's Edible Theme Naming
- Jossed; at least during the film proper. For their initial outing, they don't operate out of any particular base; though Fred's house and to a lesser extent, Aunt Cass's garage, can be considered the closest things they have to one.
Fred will try out more than one superhero alter ego.
Two will be expies of Silver Samurai and Sunfire.
Stan Lee will have an animated cameo in the film.
After all, it's originally a Marvel franchise.
Yokai isn't the main villain
He's an actor hired to pretend to be him
Yokai isn't a bad guy and isn't evil
Besides possibly stealing Hiro's microbots and Gogo's throwaway line of "just tried to kill us" in the trailer, have we even see Yokai do anything devious? Also, in Japanese mythology, red kabuki masks symbolize strength and justice. It's possible that Yokai is not evil and is instead working to uncover a larger plot in San Fransokyo as a vigilante.
- Jossed. Though he likely doesn't see himself as villainous at first. So confirmed in a Metaphorically True way?
As in man-ga vs mang-a. Fred's a hardcore geek, so it'll probably be him.
Big Hero 6 is going to become a breakout hit. On the level of Frozen
- Wow, I hope so.
- Confirmed that it's a breakout hit, but Frozen is a very Tough Act to Follow, BH 6 has massive praise but not quite as close.
- Considering how little time Disney spent into promoting Big Hero 6 compared to Frozen (and the amount of attention Disney's paid to BH 6 overall), Big Hero 6 could in a way be considered an even larger "natural" success.
San Fransokyo is actually a City on the Water
mutually developed by the American and Japanese governments
It wouldn't be much of a stretch given this is already a Twenty Minutes into the Future
setting, and would explain why it has a blend of elements from Tokyo
(the Japanese Kanji and pagodas) and SanFrancisco
(chiefly the trolley cars and hills), and also the mixture of American and Japanese populations.
A majority of the score will come from Hiro's rock mix playlist.
So far we have Light 'Em Up by Fall Out Boy and Edge of the Earth by 30 Seconds to Mars. If those are some of Hiro's favorite songs, then it will be like Guardians of the Galaxy
and Hiro will end up providing most of the music.
- Jossed. Although the OST does seem to match Hiro's mood over the course of the film.
Hiro will end up becoming a genderbent version of Violet
According to the manga, he was bullied for being incredibly intelligent. As a result of this, he had become rather shy about being smart. The movie is about how he overcomes his shyness and by the end, he cuts his hair shorter
to show how confident he has become.
- Hiro is actually not shy at all. In the first ten minutes of the film, he's openly participating in underground robot fights and steamrolling his opponents. His problem is that he doesn't have a proper outlet for his intelligence and creativity since he graduated from high school early.
Tadashi will be revealed to be Yokai.
Who else sees this coming from miles away?
Fred is a S.H.I.E.L.D. intern.
It would make a nice reference to his comic counterpart.
GoGo is a closet Captain America fangirl.
- It was her idea to have her armour include Deadly Discs.
- GoGo has a bike she modified herself, and Cap's most recognized vehicle is a motorcycle.
- Her street clothes include the colors red, white, and blue.
- Her fangirlism is shown in one scene where she playfully tosses a disc and retreats it back to her all with a smile on her face.
- Aside from bike riding, GoGo spent her childhood pretending she was Captain America and she used a painted frisbee as a makeshift shield. In the movie, she treats battling Yokai like those games, hence why she was able to last the longest on Akuma Island.
Taking into account the previous WMG of Big Hero 6 being the same universe as Tangled
but set Twenty Minutes into the Future
, it is likely the Hans in the Freeze-Frame Bonus
is not the original
Hans from Frozen
but more accurately one of his descendants. The fact that he's a wanted felon suggests he, like his ancestor, was probably a conman trying to make a huge score, using the royalty yarn as his bait. However, this may also suggest that A) the original Hans completely faked his royal heritage for the sole purpose of ruling a kingdom and living it up; or B) the original Hans' family as royalty went extinct sometime within the centuries between the end of Frozen
and the start of Big Hero 6, and the modern Hans is using his family former prominence for his scores.
Light em Up refers to Yokai and his motives.
A clear theme in Fall Out Boy's song is Be Careful What You Wish For
. Who ever Yokai really is, he's an outwardly good person being consumed by rage over something, and now he is Obliviously Evil
, or just believes what he is working toward is worth sacrificing a few lives for
- Such a connection is never made, but "being consumed by rage" is pretty accurate for Callaghan.
Yokai isn't a real person.
The man in black is a mass of microbots
, secretly being controlled by someone from a distance.
As a sort of reverse of the Shock Gloves' purpose in Batman: Arkham Origins
, the defibrillators will be used as an emergency power source for Hiro's equipment during the Darkest Hour
The guy in the mask is Ichigo Kurosaki's Hollow.
The mask really resembles his hollow mask.
Whether or not he'll be in his nursebot form or not remains to be seen but to emphasize how much Hiro and the gang shouldn't interfere with him, Baymax will be killed off at some point at the hands of Yokai. This will cause a Heroic BSOD
by Hiro, flashing to how his brother died, a lŠ Gurren Lagann
and will cause him anguish that he will have to grow out of an accept. This will be one of the biggest tear jerker moments in the film. Being a marketable character in a Disney Movie, he'll survive.
- Sort of confirmed. Baymax does appear to die, only for it to be a Disney Death. It wasn't by Yokai however, rather a random piece of debris that he hit before they escaped the dimension with Abigail.
- Maybe even closer, if this piece of concept art is anything to go by ◊. Looks like it was actually considered at one point by disney artists.
Their legal system is a little different...
? Check. Good at building robot armor? Double check. Bares a resemblance to Robert Downey, Jr.
? Triple check.
Specifically based on the Imperial Victory ending with Japan now ruling much of the world with Japanification becoming the norm.
- The teleporter Krei Tech was developing was possibly commissioned by high command to recreate the Chronosphere. The Allies and Future Tech would've destroyed all existing devices and all documents relating to them in a last ditch attempt to deny the Empire of obtaining such advanced technology. Which is saying something considering the fact that the Chronosphere was developed in the 1960's/1970's and Krei Tech is still incapable of creating a functioning teleporter in the 2030's.
Yokai will frame Alistair Krei and his company.
- Jossed. its Worse Yokai is focused on destroying him and his company.
Hiro will, at some point, ask Baymax to rate his pain.
This film is the first in the Marvel Animated Cinematic Universe.
A separate universe that runs parallel to the Marvel Cinematic Universe
It's fairly common for advanced children to have imaginary companions. Especially if they had a Friendless Background
, and we know that Hiro was bullied when he was younger. Tadashi wanted to give his care-bot a name that would be associated with protection, and, at the same time, be something whimsical a child could enjoy saying. What better than something he picked up from his own little brother?
- This adds a layer of sweetness to the fact that Tadashi's first instinct when Baymax finally works perfectly is to show Hiro.
Tadashi used his own brain as a template for Baymax's AI
The latest trailer shows that Tadashi had his fair share of headaches in trying to get Baymax working, he eventually reached a point of desperation and took a programming shortcut where he mapped his own brainwave processes and applied that to Baymax's robotic brain. The film will suggest that Baymax also contains part of Tadashi's soul.
- Possibly, as some of Baymax's mannerisms are similar to Tadashi's. (Example: They both grab Hiro's hoodie the same way.)
- Tadashi is here.
Yokai is a swarm of Vashta Nerada.
- Jossed. It's just a guy controlling a large swarm of microbots.
Robert Callaghan is Yokai.
If an established character does turn out to be Yokai, Tadashi and Alister Krei both would be rather obvious choices (Yokai is introduced right after Tadashi's funeral in the second trailer and Krei's particular interest in Hiro's technology would be too big of a tip-off). Making the older and wiser professor type turn out to be the villain, on the other hand...
Yokai is actually a servant of Serpenta
, thus making Serpenta herself the Bigger Bad
of this movie.
In the end, Baymax will remove his suit & try to diagnose & treat a defeated Yokai
Like, if he really is Tadashi...
Let's run down a check list shall we? Ego-centric CEOs driven by their own ambition and ignoring sound science? Check. Futuristic tehnology company that is fantastic as it is dangerous? Check. Knowingly sacrifices their assistant to propel the betterment of For Science! research? Check. Portal creators? Check and Mate.
It's like the missing half-sibling of Aperture and Black Mesa.
Hiro is autistic.
He experiences rapid mood swings, he doesn't think very clearly, and he is very intelligent for a boy his age. He is also easily manipulated without realizing it, as seen when Tadashi tricks him into joining the tech by introducing him to his friends.
- Or he could just be very hot headed, overly confident and impulsive with a large ego. Not exactly different from a lot of other teenage boys at that age. Not all surprising since he's graduated from high school before he even hit puberty.
Mochi is a calico, and calico cats are often female. Yet Mochi is being referred to as a tom. Wouldn't it be interesting for Mochi to have "hairy babies" in the movie?
GoGo is descended from Zainichi Koreans.
The fire was set intentionally.
Confirmed. Callaghan set it as cover to steal and eventually reprogram the microbots.
If Baymax never got his medical chip put back in, Hiro would become a worse super villain than Yokai/Callaghan
Maybe if Baymax was unable to "destroy" him thanks to the efforts of the rest of the team, Hiro would go insane trying to get revenge on Tadashi's killer. When that happens, he'd probably turn on his ex-group for trying to stop him. At that point the kid has everything but a single foot off the slippery slope, and if he wasn't the protagonist (especially of a Disney film) Hiro would probably break through with a Start of Darkness.
- To add to this, I don't see a twisted Hiro killing his friends, but seriously, that kid could easily become a Robot Master on par with Dr. Wily himself. It's also not hard that he could probably follow his line of logic to a Knight Templar rationale, especially if he followed up on Yokai's motives and decided Krais deserved some of the blame too. Cue the nerd version of The Punisher.
Tadashi wasn't killed in the fire.
The odds that Disney/Marvel is going pull a Bucky on us aren't dismal.
- Sadly Jossed, for now at least. There's always a possibility in a sequel.
is Jack-Jack Parr
- If this movie is set in the 2030s, and that movie was set in the mid-60s, the math would line right up for him to look like Stan Lee, but still be young enough to have a kid that young without raising eyebrows.
- It would explain all the stuff behind the family painting perfectly. And, should Fox lose the rights to the X-Men properties, Sunfire and Silver Samurai could slide right in to a perspective sequel with no problem.
Tadashi was ENORMOUSLY affected by the death of his and Hiro's parents
- Since the theme of the movie seems to be how one deals with loss, this one popped into my mind that Tadashi was driven by the death of his parents throughout his life but never really showed it. His Chronic Hero Syndrome was nothing new, but for awhile he accepted his limits and put his energy into making a robot who could save everyone in his stead.
- This could could also mean tadashi had had similar superhero plans for Baymax, just was unable to get around to implementing them and wanted to primarily focus on medical care first.
GoGo uses her comic counterpartís origins as a false backstory.
In the Big Hero 6
comics, GoGo Tomago is a Street Urchin
who fell in with a Yakuza
biker gang, until becoming a test pilot for a powered exosuit
and getting recruited as a member of Big Hero 6 team. While this is an ideal origin for an MCU
hero, itís a tiny bit dark for Disney. In the movieverse, GoGo actually had a rather normal upbringing with a well-off family. However, she doesnít have the best relationship with her parents (or possibly a single father
,) and tensions eventually rose to the point that GoGo packed her bag and left
. As a mysterious, edgy and slightly intimidating girl, she became Shrouded in Myth
at SFIT, and GoGoís fine with the rep as long as nobody knows the truth.
I know Word of God
says otherwise, but Just for Fun
Someone will eventually make a pun on "Hiro"/"hero".
Probably something like "you're my Hiro", because come on. The opportunity's just waiting to be taken.
Krei is completely innocent.
Ok, it's true the technician said that there was an anomaly with the containment field,
but he did note it was still within the safety parameters.
After all, they are
the original creators of Big Hero 6. This is even more likely since they have worked with Disney before on Marvel-based TV shows
Fredís Dad is also named Frederick.
Although Fredís Dad looks like and is voiced by Stan Lee
, there is a clue that he is named Fred, Sr.: the personalized stationary in Fredís room. The idea that it even belongs to Fred can be called into question because of the fancy monogram on the paper, and itís distinctive lack of superhero imagery. Why would Fred want such stationary when clearly doesnít consider his parents' wealth a big deal
? Of course, it is perfectly in character for Fred
to use his fatherís fancy paper for fun.
Everyone on the team had a crush on Tadashi
Let's make all the shippers happy, everyone in Callaghan's class had a crush on Tadashi.
Gogo had a falling out with her parents
Or at least has a strained relationship with them. There's a WMG way up there that's pretty similar to this, but this troper has her own version of things. First, Gogo's parents were very strict. They wanted Gogo to be a lady, and Gogo, you know isn't
. So one day, her parents (specifically her mom) and her got into an argument about something, (my money's on getting that purple streak in her hair) and Gogo, in a tense emotional state, cut her hair (A la Mulan), packed up her stuff, and started insisting people call her "Gogo" instead of her real name, Ethel.
GoGo's falling out with her parents was because of her sensitive, more feminine side.
Her parents wanted an son instead of a daughter, so they decided to raise GoGo like a boy. However, things changed when Tadashi came into her life. If we go with the theory that they were very close prior to the movie, he started to treat her like a girl, and she liked it. However, GoGo's parents did not approve of her sudden habit of acting feminine, so they disowned her and kicked her out of the house.
Krei will try to copy Baymax's super hero form, and turn it into a weapon. Naturally, things go wrong somehow. Or Baymax's original body will return from the void, complete with fighting chip.
- Alternatively, his Evil Counterpart could be a computer virus. Baymax is nurturing and huggable; a virus is malicious and has no body to hug with.
No seriously, Tadashi survived the fire.
The guy was in an entire auditorium full of mad science. Any number of things could have saved him/uploaded his brain/teleported him. It's not like we ever see a body.
- Maybe Tadashi becomes Sunfire?
- They never found Callaghan's body. Did they find Tadashi's?
The realm beyond the portal is...
. It might not seem much at first, but maybe a future testing would open the portal long enough for the Legions of Hell
to pass through and unleash hell on earth.
Fortunately for our heroes, they would've a new ally in the form of DoomGuy
This film is set in an alternate history timeline where Japan won World War II
Hence, the merging of Japanese and American culture in "San Fransokyo". The good news is that the Japanese occupation of California ended at some point (probably due to La Rťsistance
), and the USA is restored, but the legacy of the occupation can be found in the extent of Japanese diaspora and cultural influence in California.
- Good thing this isn't Family Guy, or else we might get this instead.
- More or less, jossed by Word of God: they've stated that while the universe for the film is indeed Alternate History, it's that Japanese immigrants helped to rebuild San Francisco after the April 1906 earthquake.
GoGo will become popular enough to get her own spin-off series.
Where she has become a solo crime fighter similar to Captain America.
Go (高 or 고), sometimes romanized as Ko, is a common Korean surname, and it serves as Steven Ulysses Perhero
Baymax can communicate with machines.
He downloaded data from a computer via touch, and showed a greater understanding of the microbotís actions.
Krei and Abigail were in a relationship.
There is no evidence to support this theory, but if it were true and Professor Callaghan
knew about it, it would have been the perfect extra push that turned him into Yokai.
Hiro and Tadashi's parents died...
...in a baking accident.
Hiro sucked his thumb as a child
. See also this fanart
inspired by this headcanon and posted in the Tear Jerker page.
Professor Callaghan is (or is the descendant of) Hans
Got this from the Cartoon Conspiracies video about Big Hero 6 and other Disney movies being set in the same universe.
The whole thing really does look like a product of Fred's imagination.
Tadashi was secretly abusive to Hiro.
The signs are all there.
- The essential guide says that whenever Hiro and Tadashi sparred, Tadashi always beat Hiro.
- When Tadashi hit Hiro for bot fighting, Hiro flinched and looked genuinely frightened.
- Most people would be legitimately frightened if someone unbalanced them on a fast-moving motor bike, though. Frightened of falling off, even if the person who caused them to unbalance wouldn't actually let them fall.
- While Hiro was startled when Tadashi picked him up by the ankles, he acted like Tadashi has done that before.
- Or it's simply brothers roughhousing.
Stan Lee is actually playing himself, not some character that looks like him
Because that's how Stan Lee always does his Marvel cameos.
Honey Lemon's nickname
Comes from how she takes her tea- honey with a bit of lemon. It's pretty obvious how GoGo got hers considering her need for speed, and Wasabi says how his came about. Honey's seems like it comes out of how she takes her tea or
her remedy for a cold is tea with some honey and lemon.
Going on the theory that Hiro and Tadashi's father is Cass' brother, hence the surname. Alternatively, the Hamadas could be her stepfamily, and she took the name.
- She could be the spouse of a paternal uncle as well, that would also explain the name.
- Tadashi was never really making Baymax a personal health care companion, but a life-long companion and surrogate sibling for Hiro. This is because as child (which is hinted in the "Baymax" manga), Hiro was bullied by other children for his intelligence, which overtime, has caused him to become shrewd and distant towards other people. Fearing that his younger brother would become anti-social, Tadashi decided to build him a special robot friend who could help care for and look after Hiro but, what he needed to make this robot that would later go on to become Baymax could not be found in the city of San Fransokyo, but in a magical land called "Midst Haven", which where many of the characters on "Once Upon a Time" once lived. After hearing about this place from his friend Honey Lemon, Tadashi left home for Midst Haven to seek Rumpelstiltskin (also known as Mr.Gold) and find some sort of magical spell that could make Baymax completely pure all together. When he got to Midst Haven and found Rumpelstiltskin, Tadashi learns of this magical white orb and how it becomes pure when a person's tears hits it, thus, giving the orb the ability to reflect on that's person's true nature. He then, decides to make a deal with Rumpelstiltskin agreeing to give him a journal that has documented all of his exploits in Midst Haven if he managed to find the white orb since Tadashi really wanted to make a deal that was very worthy in Rumple's eyes. Accompanying him was Rumple's then "house maid" Belle, who uses her knowledge of the entire area to help find this magical orb that could purify Baymax's overall AI. However, Over the weeks, Tadashi and Belle grew so close to each that Tadashi eventually thought about bring her back to San Fransokyo and marrying her, but could not because he saw Belle was beginning to fall in love with Rumple. He could not take that away from her.
- After Tadashi and Belle find the orb, Tadashi was ready leave with it but he soon learned that Rumple had plans to curse the city of San Fransokyo and all who lived there with an endless reign of terror and was going to use Hiro as a sacrifice for a spell he was planning by using the Soccer's hat to curse him to death. Heartbroken by all of this, Tadashi forgot all about Belle and began to offer himself as a victim of the curse in Hiro's place as he wrote down his last journal entry about Rumple was this "beast" who uses love as a weapon. Before he finally left Midst Haven by a magical portal, Belle stopped him at his track, thanking him for the happiness he brought into her life even though it was only for a short period of time. She then, gives him a rose as a token of gratitude and a magic mirror so he could check on Hiro all the time before giving him a kiss. These two items symbolize the broken love between Belle and Tadashi. When Tadashi finally came home from Midst Haven, he basically had an emotional meltdown where his tears landed on the white orb, thus reflecting his true angelic nature which he then, inserts into Baymax and after 84 attempts, the robot becomes his purified self.
- A few weeks later, Callahan, who is known as Yokai, goes to Midst Haven to seek Rumpelstiltskin and the white orb because his daughter Abigail went missing in the portal and wanted to use it for the wrong reasons. As it turned out, Callahan learned that Rumple had been working with Krei to build a portal that can teleport people to different worlds and that same portal was the one that Abigail was in and went missing. Angered by this confession, Callahan demanded the white orb from him but, he soon learned that it was no longer in Midst Haven because Tadashi had already managed to take it but soon Rumpelstiltskin made a deal with him promising him to give him both a "resurrection orb" to revive Abigail and telepathic powers if he managed to start a fire at the school he taught at and kill Tadashi in the process and the white orb. Callahan agrees and takes this deal as an opportunity to seek revenge against Krei and is given a Kabuki mask with telepathic abilities that would enable him to control microbots. While he was able to start a fire and kill Tadashi, he was not able to obtain the white orb for it was already in Baymax's AI which is why he turned to Hiro's microbots instead because he could not find the orb. When he told Rumple he was unable to obtain the white orb, the angered "dark one" cursed him by turning him into a masked man called "Yokai" whose spell could only be broken if someone is able to give him back his daughter from the doomed portal. Some time later, Hiro and Baymax managed to rescue Abigail, but not before Baymax sacrificed himself to get his friend and Callahan's daughter back to safety, thus, breaking the Dark One's curse on Callahan. A year later, Hiro learns of Tadashi's exploits in Midst Haven and the truth behind his motives for building Baymax from a letter he received from Rumpelstiltskin by claiming to have Tadashi's journal in his custody and would make a deal with him if he were to come not to Midst Haven, but to Storybrooke, Maine where the "OUAT" characters now reside. Both saddened and angered by the letter, a heart broken Hiro decided that he and his friends had to go to Storybrooke to demand the return of Tadashi's journal and they get to Storybrooke by a time portal.
How the theory weights up:
- The "Baymax" Manga hints that Hiro was bullied as a child for his intelligence.
- Baymax's voice actor hints that the robot is not only capable of programming himself, but he also has a soul of his own.
- Callahan/Yokai blames Tadashi for his own death
- Hiro is the only character Tadashi introduces Baymax to in the film.
- Baymax seems to take after Tadashi's loving and caring nature, especially after his death.
- Callahan seeks revenge against Krei by destroying "everything he had"
- Callahan stole Hiro's microbots
- It seems like Rumpelstiltskin and the world of "Once Upon a Time" does have a connection to Disney cinematic universe since this was hinted with his connections to characters from "Frozen", "Fantasia", "Sleeping Beauty", "Little Mermaid", and "One Hundred and One Dalmatians". If this is the case, it would make it obvious for the world of "Big Hero 6" to have a similar connection in some way.
- It should also be noted that in the "Tadashi is here" scene, Tadashi only acknowledges his excitement about showing Hiro Baymax though he is not mentioned by name. In addition, the scene hints that it may haven taken him weeks to successfully activate Baymax.
- While Tadashi hints some the parts he used to build Baymax and his green card, he does not mention the full motive nor how he is completely programmed.
- In the portal Baymax removed his green card but kept his red card even though he should have gone insane but did not do so.
- When rebuilt by Hiro, Baymax is restored of all his memories
- Other than Hiro, Honey Lemon is the only other character who knows about the microchip that "programs" Baymax as seen in one scene where she attempts to place it back into him.
- On a side note, Honey Lemon is also the only one of Tadashi's friends to take notice of Hiro without Tadashi introducing him to her.