'Big Hero 6' Debuts Full-Length Trailer

Big Hero 6

Unless you're a heartless cretin with no patience for all things adorable, Disney's Big Hero 6 teaser piqued your interest for the feature, scheduled to arrive in theaters on November 7. And now that they're finished piquing, the studio has unleashed a full-length trailer that offers a sneak peek at what the movie offers beyond a boy and his portly robot sidekick.

Of course, that robot -- known as Baymax -- is clearly still the focus of the marketing campaign for the movie, and the main focus of this trailer, which spends a lot more time on Baymax and his human companion (dubbed Hiro) than the other members of the story's superhero team (Fred, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Go Go Tamago, if you're keeping score at home).

Still, even if viewers familiar with the source material might be frustrated with the trailer's all-but-exclusion of characters other than Hiro and Baymax, this is still a fun couple of minutes, and we're still completely on board with Big Hero 6. Take a look below and see if you don't agree.

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