From the makers of “Frozen” and “Wreck-It Ralph,” comes “Big Hero 6,” an actin filled comedy adventure about a special bond that develops between a robotics prodigy Hiro (voice of Ryan Potter) and plus-sized inflatable robot, Baymax (voice of Scott Adsit). As their adventure progress the two discover a mysterious villain hiding in the mist San Fransokyo. Determined to uncover the villain, Hiro and his friends join together to transforms into a band of high-tech heroes called “Big Hero 6″.
I was blessed to get a sneak peak of the movie at a special event held at Walt Disney Studios in Burbank California. One of the key aspect of the movie is the fascinating environment in which the movie takes place. Filmmakers wanted to provide the audience with a fresh setting unlike anything that’s been seen before. Therefore, they created a playful community which embraced the Japanese influences and had a San Francisco Twist.
Welcome to San Fransokyo!
All Mashed UP: San Fransokyo is the town in which Hiro and Big Hero 6 teams adventures takes place. The town is a fun and exotic mesh up of historic landmarks of San Francisco with an Asia flare inspired by the streets of Tokyo. When developing the movie filmmaker thought the combination of both cities would be really cool place for backdrop of the story.
House Hunting: Creators combed the streets of San Francisco to find the above architectural gem which they used as the guide for the creation Aunt Cass’s Cafe.
First Impressions: When the production design team visited Tokyo they where impressed by the attention to detail that was given to even the most common objects in Tokyo and was inspired to include the design aesthetic in the landscape of San Fransokyo.
Location Location: Art director and In order to create San Fransokyo visually distinct look which capture the uniqueness of both San Fransico and Tokyo, filmmakers took trips to both cities and study the architecture. The end result is a world that feels like you can lived in.
Cutting Edge: The Giant fans that hover above San Fransokyo present a glimpse into electricity resource of the future and was inspired by leading edge technology.
The film hits theaters in 3D on Nov. 7, 2014
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