Fans of Nickelodeon’s Legends with the Hidden Temple were quickly excited, then unquestionably curious at news that the beloved online game show would give back (in the form of a Telly movie), and they’lmost all at least have some familiar faces. Original number Kirk Fogg will return for your new scripted iteration at the same time, paying homage to his period as a Legends of the Undetectable Temple guide.
Nickelodeon has proved that Fogg will “perform a key figure” in the completely new 2016 film, itself brought about by 100 Things to Do Ahead of High School star Isabela Monae, along with Colin Critchley and Jet Jurgensmeyer. Claimed Fogg of the opportunity:
When Nickelodeon inquired about to be a part of the Tales of the Hidden Brow movie, I promptly went to the dresser and pulled out our blue denim tank top, which has been protected using a powerful golden push field since 1995. Legends is truly a new legend, and I’m honored to be a aspect of it again. I’m confident the Ancient Olmec had something related to this; that good ole’ head is pretty cunning.
Lest you think the movie would change too much of the first game:
In “Hidden Temple,” three siblings should conquer a series of obstacles to remain alive, reflecting the theme from the original game display. The TV movie, slated to appear in the fourth quarter of 2016, will probably nod to other elements from the original show, like Olmec, a talking scalp who knows the techniques behind the your forehead; the Steps of info, the entrance to the forehead and launching sleep pad for the mission; and cameos from a green goof, red jaguar and sterling silver snakes, among others.
Along with the initially concept art:
It isn’t clear exactly when in late 2016 Nickelodeon would air the TV movie, but sometimes a real Legends of the Disguised . Temple return before long?