Big Hero 6 (movie)

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Big Hero 6
Directed by
Produced by Roy Conli[1]
Executive:
John Lasseter
Screenplay by
Starring
Music by Henry Jackman
Editing by Tim Mertens
Studio
Distributed by Buena Vista Distribution
Release date(s) October 23, 2014 (2014-10-23) (Tokyo International
Film Festival
)

November 7, 2014 (2014-11-07) (US)
Running time 102 minutes[2][3]
Country United States
Language English
Budget $165 million[4][5]
Money made $521.5 million[5]


Big Hero 6 is an American computer animated supehero buddy comedy movie based on the Marvel Comics superhero comic that has the same name. It was released on November 5, 2014 by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The movie grossed over $651.8 million worldwide making it the highest-grossing animated movie of 2014, it also won the 87th Oscars for best animated feature.

The movie is about a boy named Hiro. He lives in the city of San Fransokyo (a mixture of Tokyo and San Francisco). He changes himself and his friends into high-tech heroes to protect the city. One of his friends is Baymax, a robot created by Tadashi (Hiro's brother). Baymax's only purpose is to take care of people.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Azerbaijan 25 October 2014
 Belarus 25 October 2014
 Kazakhstan 25 October 2014
 Russia 25 October 2014
 Ukraine 25 October 2014
 Egypt 5 November 2014
 United Arab Emirates 6 November 2014
 Dominican Republic 6 November 2014
 Greece 6 November 2014
 Iraq 6 November 2014
 Kuwait 6 November 2014
 Lebanon 6 November 2014
 Philippines 6 November 2014
 Canada 7 November 2014
 Cyprus 7 November 2014
 Indonesia 7 November 2014
 India 7 November 2014
 United States 7 November 2014
 Vietnam 7 November 2014
Cambodia Cambodia 13 November 2014
Mexico Mexico 13 November 2014
 Malaysia 13 November 2014
 Singapore 13 November 2014
 Czech Republic 20 November 2014
 Poland 28 November 2014
 Israel 4 December 2014
 Thailand 4 December 2014
 Kenya 5 December 2014
 Argentina 11 December 2014
 Uruguay 11 December 2014
 Iceland 12 December 2014
 Venezuela 12 December 2014
 Hong Kong 18 December 2014
 Italy 18 December 2014
 Portugal 18 December 2014
 Spain 19 December 2014
 Japan 20 December 2014
 Brazil 25 December 2014
 Chile 25 December 2014
 Colombia 25 December 2014
 Peru 25 December 2014
 Serbia 25 December 2014
 Australia 26 December 2014
 New Zealand 26 December 2014
 South Africa 26 December 2014
 Taiwan 31 December 2014
 Hungary 8 January 2015
 Lithuania 9 January 2015
 Albania 15 January 2015
 Croatia 15 January 2015
 Macedonia 15 January 2015
 Slovenia 15 January 2015
 Pakistan 16 January 2015
 Turkey 16 January 2015
 South Korea 21 January 2015
 Czech Republic 22 January 2015
 Germany 22 January 2015
 Slovakia 22 January 2015
 Bulgaria 23 January 2015
 Estonia 23 January 2015
 Finland 23 January 2015
 Romania 23 January 2015
 Austria 29 January 2015
 Denmark 29 January 2015
 United Kingdom 30 January 2015
Republic of Ireland Ireland 30 January 2015
 Norway 30 January 2015
 Sweden 30 January 2015
 Belgium 11 February 2015
 France 11 February 2015
 Netherlands 11 February 2015
 China 28 February 2015

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