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Comic Books, Film
Disney and Marvel’s animated collaboration Big Hero 6 is set to debut in November, and aside from a few pieces of concept art and a demo reel, there’s been precious little information on the project’s development progress. However, now actor/comedian TJ Miller has revealed he’ll voice Fred, aka Fredzilla, who’s able to transform himself into a dragon-like monster similar to Godzilla.
Miller, whose credits include Cloverfield, the canceled sitcom The Goodwin Games, Mike Judge’s upcoming HBO series Silicon Valley and the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction, is the only Big Hero 6 voice actor revealed so far. Details on the project are still sparse, other than the fact that it’s based on the Marvel comic of the same name.
Created by Steven T. Seagle and Duncan Rouleau, Big Hero 6 comic focused on Japan’s premiere superhero team, which includes tech genius Hiro Takachiho and his robot friend BayMax; Honey Lemon, the girl with a magical purse; and GoGo Tomago, a hothead equipped with a hi-tech battle suit.
The adaptation is directed by Don Hall with involvement from Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada.
Big Hero 6 hits theaters in November.
(via Stitch Kingdom)