Dec 02, 2016 10:10 AM EST

'Big Hero 7' Spoilers And Update: Premiere Date All Set; Storyline Details Revealed!

"Big Hero 6" was one of the most successful disney animated films in 2014. The Disney film earned a total profit of $654 million US dollars and to cap it off it became one of the top most viewed films in 2014.

According to GamenGuide, Hiro's big brother, Tadashi will have a big part in the new upcoming film "Big Hero 7." In the previous film fans of the film recall that Tadashi died in a huge explosion. But since his body was never located there are doubts still that he is really dead and speculations that he could be alive somewhere after all.

"Big Hero 7" could bring back the original character from the comic book version "Big Hero 6" as that character would emerge as Sunfire, who has the ability to take all the heat which then converts it to plasma. Rumors also suggest that it would be a scene if Hiro would have his brother with the super powers and all but likely the meeting between the two might not be as good as expected.

There is also possibility that Professor Robert Callaghan, will control the mind of Tadashi forcing him to the evil side ultimately becoming a villain. Theories suggest that Professor Callaghan will do this inorder to finish Hiro and end his life once and for all.

It seems than the film "Big hero 7" will not be a sweet one knowing that the two brothers will combat and eliminate each other. As of now there has been no confirmation yet about what is the storyline is on the upcoming film.

For now, Disney affirmed that there will be a series of "Big hero 6" on the small screen which is anticipated to be available next year. According to the Movienewsguide, the series will be presented at Disney XD, it would then treat fans the journey of Hiro, Baymax and the other characters.

"Big Hero 7" is expected to run its premiere sometime in 2018. For more information about the latest news and updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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