This image released by Disney shows animated characters Hiro Hamada, voiced by Ryan Potter, left, and Baymax, voiced by Scott Adsit, in a scene from "Big Hero 6." (AP Photo/Disney)
BIG HERO 6
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The huge cuddly white robot in "Big Hero 6" could hardly be less like a typical Marvel superhero -- and yet the Michelin man-style star could be a sure winner for studio giant Disney.The movie, to be released on Friday in the United States, is Disney's first based on Marvel comic book characters since it bought Marvel Entertainment Inc. in 2009 .The filmmakers submerged themselves in the world of manga, karate and kabuki theater to create "Big Hero 6," and the cast is clearly proud of what they have made.The film also unashamedly takes the side of tech geeks.Audience in preview screenings have been won over -- the movie has a whopping 98 percent approval rating on film review site Rotten Tomatoes, while 87 percent of critics are positive.
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