Paramount Pictures will release the upcoming adaptation of the hit children’s TV show “Dora The Explorer” on August 2, 2019, the studio announced on Monday.
Based on the show that premiered on Nick Jr. in 2000, the film will be produced by Platinum Dunes with Andrew Form and Brad Fuller listed as producers. Nick Stoller, whose past work includes “Neighbors” and “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie,” is penning the script. The movie will reportedly take place several years after the series, as Dora, now a teenager, moves to the big city to live with her cousin, Diego.
This is the fourth film that will be released by Paramount next summer, joining “Transformers 6” on June 28, the “Top Gun” remake on July 12, and “Terminator 6” on July 28. Other family films on Paramount’s slate include their next release, “Sherlock Gnomes,” which comes out March 23, “Amusement Park,” which comes out March 2019, and the movie adaptation of “Sonic The Hedgehog,” which comes out November 2019.
via The Wrap