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Dora and the Lost City of Gold | August 9, 2019 | Paramount | Live-Action Adaptation | James Bobin directing | Isabela Moner to play Dora

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5 minutes ago, MrFanaticGuy34 said:

Been a year since the last message.

 

Surprised no one else commented here.

 

It could be a fun family-flick if it has the same pleasantness and charm of the animated series.

 

We're waiting for the casting news. 

 

I fully expect Aubrey Plaza to get the lead. 

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20 minutes ago, DamienRoc said:

 

We're waiting for the casting news. 

 

I fully expect Aubrey Plaza to get the lead. 

 

I dunno about Aubrey Plaza.

 

IMO, she's pretty much too old to do the role...........Wait! You don't seriously think this movie could have a more mature rating like PG-13? :P 

 

Cause if you are........then no way at all. :kitschjob:

We're talking about "Dora the Explorer", lol.

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Now, now. Let's not get carried over ourselves. :stop:

 

Making it dark, gritty & sexy doesn't always translate it to being great. It needs to be faithful and give respect to the animated tv-show.

 

You could have the Dora the Explorer-live action movie be a bit more mature and appealing for the parents....but not JUST for the adults only. ?

 

What made the animated show & Dora & Friends (to an extend) so fun & appealing to the kids & families, is their charm & innocence that the Dora-franchise was known for.

 

And if it was rated PG-13......Paramount would have a difficult time of which audiences the film will target to....which would make it confusing & uneven. It's simpler to either have it G or PG, then Paramount will have an easier time marketing this for the families.

 

If we want this to be a good & fun movie (Maybe a better movie than expected)...then we need it to stay faithful to the animated series.

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23 hours ago, MrFanaticGuy34 said:

Now, now. Let's not get carried over ourselves. :stop:

 

Making it dark, gritty & sexy doesn't always translate it to being great. It needs to be faithful and give respect to the animated tv-show.

 

You could have the Dora the Explorer-live action movie be a bit more mature and appealing for the parents....but not JUST for the adults only. ?

 

What made the animated show & Dora & Friends (to an extend) so fun & appealing to the kids & families, is their charm & innocence that the Dora-franchise was known for.

 

And if it was rated PG-13......Paramount would have a difficult time of which audiences the film will target to....which would make it confusing & uneven. It's simpler to either have it G or PG, then Paramount will have an easier time marketing this for the families.

 

If we want this to be a good & fun movie (Maybe a better movie than expected)...then we need it to stay faithful to the animated series.

 

lmao dude you can't be serious.

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