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Big Hero 6 Characters Making Live-Action

Since Walt Disney Pictures Animation first debuted Big Hero 6 in 2014, the movies intrepid inventor Hiro, his adorable robot companion Baymax, and their team of STEM-enhanced superheroes have been regular fixtures within the larger Disney pop-culture ecosystem.

Despite recent reports, however, Hiro, Baymax and the rest of the Big Hero 6 crew are not currently set to make their live-action debut within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Variety has confirmed with a source at the studio.

Its understandable why there would be so much anticipation for Big Hero 6 to join the MCU. After Disney acquired Marvel Entertainment in 2009, the Disney Animation Studios team hit upon the rather obscure Marvel comics series Big Hero 6 which first appeared in 1998 as a title ripe for adaptation. Disney, however, made several major changes. Rather that setting in Japan like in the comics, for example, the animated feature was set instead in the fictional city of San Fransokyo. And while the comics also followed Hiro and Baymax leading a team of superheroes, Disney changed Baymax from a synthetic bodyguard capable of transforming itself into a green dragon into a cuddly inflatable medical robot retrofitted by Hiro for combat. So there is a fair amount of daylight between Disneys Big Hero 6 and where Marvel Studios could take those characters in live action.

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Mandy Moore welcomes 1st child

Mandy Moore and her husband, Taylor Goldsmith, have welcomed their first child The "This Is Us" star, 36, announced the happy news on Instagram Tuesday, revealing that her son's name is Gus.

Moore announced she was pregnant in September by sharing a series of black-and-white photos on Instagram that showed Goldsmith with his hand on her baby bump. Baby Boy Goldsmith coming early 2021, she captioned the pictures. While chatting with TODAY in November, Moore revealed that playing a mom of three on "This is Us" has helped prepare her for motherhood in real life.

"Its funny, I mean having played a sort of matriarch of a family for the last five years and getting to sort of see children at various different chapters and stages, I feel like Im as pseudo-prepared as I can be," she said.

In January, Moore shared an update about her baby-on-the-way. The actor and singer posted an Instagram photo of herself, shot by photographer Jenna Jones, that found her smiling as she cradled her baby bump.

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Golden Globes Inviting Limited Number

The 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards will air live on Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. The Golden Globes are showing their appreciation for frontline workers. For the first time ever, the annual awards show will be inviting a limited number of frontline and essential workers to attend this year's event, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.

All audience members will be tested for COVID-19 in advance and undergo health screenings and temperature checks before entering either venue. Inside, social distancing guidelines will be in place and only guests from the same household will be seated together. Additionally, all production staff, crew and artists will be required to undergo daily health screenings and temperature checks prior to the event.

The 78th annual Golden Globe Awards will air live on Feb. 28 starting at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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