Dora and The Lost City of Gold: Trailer, Actress Isabela Moner

Dora and The Lost City of Gold

A movie for the kids favorite cartoon show by Nickelodeon has finally arrived with its debut trailer. This movie is led by a 17 year old actress Isabela Moner. Everyone might be wondering if she a debuting start but no she’s been in movies before and not just movie, she is connected with big name movies. Young actress Isabela Moner is been part of movies like Transformers: The Last Knight, Sicario: Day of the Soldado, and Instant Family.

More about Dora and The Lost City of Gold: Trailer,Isabela Moner

“You are way more energetic than I remember.” Paramount has debuted the first official trailer for Dora and the Lost City of Gold, the live-action Dora the Explorer movie that’s hitting theaters this summer. Her first big adventure is high school, but of course she ends up in the jungle on a real adventure to save her parents – played by Eva Longoria & Michael Peña. All this may look ridiculous to the audience but we can expect something good in it. At least give it a try, it is for children not for you fully grown adults.

On YouTube, Paramount released Dora and the Lost City of Gold’s trailer. Early on, the clip establishes the concept that “exploring is not a game,” as Dora leaps and fails during a jungle adventure. From there, Dora’s parents explain their intent to find an ancient city made of gold, only to reveal that Dora won’t be joining them, and will transfer from the jungle to a high school in Los Angeles.

The girl then meets up with her cousin Diego and quickly makes an impression upon locals with her energetic attitude and mysterious origin story. In the trailer’s second half, Dora receives a big surprise during a field trip, as she’s kidnapped and forced to assist explorers that also want to find a city made of gold. Check out the trailer below.

“I’m so excited for Dora, you don’t understand,” Moner told Forbes earlier this month. “I’m so excited for people to see the film because I really loved playing such a popular Latino character. I’m especially proud that she’s not a stereotype.”

“I think it’ll do great mainstream because the whole dynamic is like the Buddy the Elf story, very fish out of water type of situation,” she added. “She’s kind of hyper like she is on the TV show and everyone else is really mellow and chilled out.”

You may be interested

Shazam! Ending, Post Credit Scene Explained! Spoilers!!!
Entertainment
shares85 views
Entertainment
shares85 views

Shazam! Ending, Post Credit Scene Explained! Spoilers!!!

moondela - Apr 05, 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In order to have a reputation as a more fleshed-out film studio, DC Comics doesn't just need the likes of Wonder Woman. It also needs films…

Bitcoin Raised by 15%, Since Last November
Business
shares110 views
Business
shares110 views

Bitcoin Raised by 15%, Since Last November

moondela - Apr 03, 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Bitcoin jumped suddenly on Tuesday, following months of relatively low volatility in an asset once known for its wild price swings. The price of the world’s…

Avengers End Game Event India: AR Rehman’s Indian Version of Avenger Anthem
Entertainment
shares92 views
Entertainment
shares92 views

Avengers End Game Event India: AR Rehman’s Indian Version of Avenger Anthem

moondela - Apr 03, 2019

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Indian audiences' reaction to Avengers: Infinity War served as an additional inspiration for the Marvel filmmakers on its highly-awaited follow-up, Avengers: Endgame, Joe Russo — one…

Most from this category