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Hiro Hamada gets diagnosed with puberty in first 'Big Hero 6' clip

Big Hero 6


Big Hero 6, the first animated Disney film to pull from the company’s acquisition of Marvel, appears to be sticking to both its superheroic and animated roots by keeping things funny amid all the action. As first seen in the initial trailer, the amusing interplay between protagonist Hiro Hamada and his personal healthcare companion Baymax has been paramount to selling the film. The first full clip from Big Hero 6 is no exception, showing off a hilarious encounter between the two in Hiro’s bedroom.

In the scene, Baymax, who previously belonged to Hiro’s brother Tadashi, responds with excessive concern to Hiro’s minor yelp of pain. Impelled to help, however, Baymax presses Hiro to find out what’s wrong despite the young boy’s protests.


Big Hero 6 follows the full exploits of Hiro, Baymax, and the rest of the titular hero team as they fight to stop a criminal plot brewing in their home of San Fransokyo. Preceding the movie, which arrives on Nov. 7, will be the debut of Disney’s latest animated short, Feast, which, between Baymax and Feast’s cute terrier Winston, should make for one of Disney’s more adorable double features.


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