According to "Movie Math" on youtube, it seems like Hollywood is working on a live action "Dora the Explorer" movie. Yay? No word on who's directing or starring in it yet. Hell, we still don't even know how old Dora will be in this, as she could be a kid like the original series. However, as Grace even mentioned in "Movie Math", the series has also aged up Dora to be closer to being a young teenager in recent episodes, so it's up for debate at this point.
What are your thoughts? Do you think a live action "Dora the Explorer" film would work? Why or why not? Grace thinks it would because she goes on adventures, and the fact that the "Peanuts" film was such a success. I personally disagree because after seeing a few episodes for kicks, I have to say the TV show is not that well written....even for the demographic it's trying to appeal to. I'm sorry, but most of the dialogue and writing is fairly generic cliched crap. The characters are flat out boring and lack any kind of definitive personality that would even make me want to see it in a live action format. But that's just my opinion, but what's yours?
Do you think it would work on the big screen? Also if you're for this idea, then how old do you think Dora should be? Grace thinks she should be a teenager in order to attract the older teenage audiences to it, as well as the kids. However, what are your thoughts?
No one over the age of five is going to see a "Dora" movie unless they do a "gritty reboot" and turn her into a Lara Croft style adventurer/action hero....or a porn parody. (Actually, I wouldn't be surprised if there's already one of those out there... Rule #34 of the Internet y'know. Heh heh)
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