The film, which stars Moner as the titular character, was released in the U.S. on August 9, 2019, just a day after the last five unaired episodes of Nick Jr.’s Dora and the Lost City Of Gold were shown. It was generally praised by critics, who noted that the movie, which had a budget of around $49 million, was very self-aware and made around $120 million worldwide.
In 2017, a live-action Dora movie was announced, with Moner taking on the role of the titular character. The rest of the cast members were hired later in the year, and filming began in Peru and Australia in 2018. The film is set following the events of the original television series, and it was the first movie based on the Nick Jr. series.
The story of Dora and the Lost City Of Gold is inspired by the legendary Inca city of Paititi. The film was produced by Nickelodeon Movies and Paramount Players.
James Bobin’s 2019 American comedy film Dora and the Lost Gold is an adaptation of the Nickelodeon television series Dora and Friends as well as the Nick Jr. show Dora Explorer. Directed by Bobin, the film features Isabela Moner and Michael Pea as well as Eva Longoria and Danny Trejo.
In 2022, Paramount+ announced that they were developing a live-action series based on the Dora and Friends television series. It was said to be in the same spirit as a recent live-action movie for older audiences.