19 February 2015

[Movie] Big Hero 6 Director Discusses Its Sequel

After passing $218.9 million-earned from  "beauty and the beast" film (after Frozen and The Lion King), Big Hero 6, an Oscar Nominee 3D animated film, becomes the no. 3 of all-time domestic earner for Walt Disney Animation Studios.

With that success, Big Hero 6 Director talks about its sequel. So there is one-heck-cute Baymaxx story again.

According to Disney Animation's president, Andrew Millstein, the key factor to Big Hero 6's success is elevating storytelling and putting filmmakers at the center of the process.
The key success of Big Hero 6 was the relationship between Hiro and Baymax. 
“It’s the absolute key to the film and the reason the film resonates with audiences” “Big Hero 6″ co-director Chris Williams
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Big Hero 6. Image: Variety
Big Hero 6 has already earned $505 million across the world. With the discussion for its sequel, Chris Williams and Don Hall, who directed the film, haven't had time to talk seriously about it.

But accordingly, Williams said if it has a strong base. Also quoted by John Lasseter;s dictum:
No sequel will ever get made unless the directors want one and feel strongly that there is a story that needs to be told.
Moreover, Williams emphasizes that if it is not a great story, then it won't be a great movie.
“The crew deserves a great story. And we have expectations from the audience, who grew up with Disney animation. They deserve a great story too.”
The screenwriters for “Big Hero 6” are Jordan Roberts, Daniel Gerson and Robert L. Baird, with Paul Briggs and Joe Mateo credited as head of story.

Personally, I love the story and amaze its animation. If it has a sequel, then it is great too. :)

Source: Variety


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