"Dora and the Lost City of Gold" is a 2019 American adventure comedy film directed by James Bobin.
The starring cast includes Michael Peña as Cole Marquez, Eugenio Derbez as Alejandro Gutierrez, Eva Longoria as Elena Marquez, Danny Trejo as Boots, Isabela Moner, Madelyn Miranda as young Dora, Malachi Barton as young Diego, Jeff Wahlberg as Diego, Madeleine Madden as Sammy Moore, Nicholas Coombe as Randy Warren and others.

Here are "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Dora and the Lost City of Gold movie?

Paramount Pictures on Tuesday, July 09, 2019 released the trailer for "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" you can watch here:
Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) - New Official Trailer - Paramount Pictures.

Plot summary

What is Dora and the Lost City of Gold movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" movie plot summary.

Deep in the Peruvian jungle, 6-year-old Dora Márquez (Isabela Merced), daughter of jungle explorers Cole (Michael Peña) and Elena (Eva Longoria), spends her days going on adventures with her monkey friend Boots (Danny Trejo), her 7-year-old cousin Diego (Jeff Wahlberg), and imaginary friends Backpack (Sasha Toro) and Map (Marc Weiner) while thwarting Swiper (Benicio Del Toro) the thieving fox. One day, Diego and his family leave to Los Angeles while Dora and her parents remain searching for the hidden Inca city of gold, Parapata.
After 10 years of exploring, Dora's parents decipher the location of Parapata and choose to send a now 16-year-old Dora to Diego's high school in Los Angeles while they travel to the lost city. Staying with a now 17-year-old Diego (Jeff Wahlberg) and his family, Dora meets fellow students Sammy and Randy. Due to Dora's intelligence, the nerdy Sammy sees her as her rival. Still, Randy is amused by Dora's intelligence and her being very nice to him and develops an immediate crush on her. Dora enjoys her new life, but Diego is embarrassed by her eccentric behavior; it culminates in mocking and name-calling by several of their peers when Dora publicly dances to a conga song at the school dance. As Diego walks outside, Dora tries to comfort him, but Diego says that she is no longer in the jungle, which leads to a fallout between them.
The following day, on a class field trip to a museum, Dora and the others are lured to its off-exhibit archives, where they are captured by mercenaries led by Powell (Temuera Morrison) who fly them to Peru. When they land, a man named Alejandro (Eugenio Derbez), who claims to be a friend of Dora's parents, helps them escape. In the process, the mercenaries, aided by Swiper, steal Dora's map.


Who plays who in the Dora and the Lost City of Gold movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Dora and the Lost City of Gold" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Michael Peña  as Cole Marquez a jungle explorer who's Dora's father and Diego's uncle
Eugenio Derbez  as Alejandro Gutierrez an explorer and professor at the National University of San Marcos
Eva Longoria  as Elena Marquez a jungle explorer who's Dora's mother and Diego's aunt
Danny Trejo  as Boots a monkey
Isabela Merced  as Dora (as Isabela Moner)
Madelyn Miranda  as young Dora
Malachi Barton  as young Diego
Jeff Wahlberg  as Diego Dora's cousin and the main protagonist of Go, Diego, Go!
Madeleine Madden  as Sammy Moore a teenage girl
Nicholas Coombe  as Randy Warren a teenage boy who's untrained for jungle survival and has a crush on Dora
Adriana Barraza  as Abuelita Valerie Dora and Diego's grandmother
Pia Miller  as Sabrina Dora's aunt and Diego's mother
Temuera Morrison  as Powell a mercenary
Joey Vieira  as Nico Dora's uncle and Diego's father
Christopher Kirby  as Viper a mercenary
Natasa Ristic  as Christina X a female mercenary
Dee Bradley Baker  as Animal Vocalizations
Marc Weiner  as Map an imaginary, anthropomorphic version of Dora's map
Sasha Toro  as Backpack an imaginary, anthropomorphic version of Dora's backpack
Q'orianka Kilcher  as Princess Kawillaka the ruler of Parapata
Isela Vega  as Old Woman a resident of Parapata
Benicio Del Toro  as Swiper
Damien Garvey  as Security Guard
Anikka Abelita  as Vegan Student
Daniel Donaldson  as Bad Dancing Teacher
Tivon Toito'ona  as Soccer Team Kid 1
Emily Bell  as Soccer Team Kid 4
Jace Fleming  as Mean Kid
Michelle Collins  as English Teacher
Bailey Hendy  as Soccer Team Kid 2
Darcy Worthington  as Soccer Team Kid 3 (as Darcy Raymond Worthington)
Matt Okine  as Teacher
Christopher Rawlins  as Mercenary
Natalie Kinghorn  as High School DJ
Michael Rooney  as Choreographer
Daniel Valle  as High School Dancer / Assistant Choreographer
Kate Wormald  as High School Dancer / Assistant Choreographer
Abdulaye Sow  as High School Dancer
Brooke Schembri  as High School Dancer
Dustin Taylor  as High School Dancer
Elke Tulip Paes  as High School Dancer
Georgia Rothera  as High School Dancer
James David Portas  as High School Dancer
Joel Murphy  as High School Dancer
Kalahni Mia Spink  as High School Dancer
Karin Mochizuki  as High School Dancer
Kristin Sparks  as High School Dancer
Leyton Oliver Bartley Beal  as High School Dancer
Ly Thanh Dat  as High School Dancer
Mitchell Adam Marshman  as High School Dancer
Phoenix Mitchell  as High School Dancer
Sarah Louise Harvey  as High School Dancer
Savannah La Rain  as High School Dancer (as Savannah Foran-McDaniel)
Seraseini Momo  as High School Dancer
Tanisha Pili Mvoyi  as High School Dancer
William James Dyson  as High School Dancer
Zeke Azzolini  as High School Dancer

Release date

When is Dora and the Lost City of Gold movie release date?

"Dora and the Lost City of Gold" movie release date was scheduled to be on August 9, 2019 (United States), on August 16, 2019 (United Kingdom) and on October 10, 2019 (Germany) distributing by Paramount Pictures International, Paramount Players, Andes Films, Blitz, CJ CGV Viet Nam, Central Partnership, CinemArt, Constantin-Film, Finnkino, Forum Film, Golden Scene, Impuls Pictures, Intercontinental Film Distributors (HK), Meloman, Odeon, Paramount Films de España, Paramount Films of India, Paramount Pictures Germany, Paramount Pictures UK, Paramount Pictures do Brasil, United International Pictures (UIP), NBCUniversal Entertainment, Paramount Home Entertainment, Paramount Home Media Distribution and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.


What are Dora and the Lost City of Gold filming details?

The duration of the film is 102 minutes. With a budget of $49 million, the film grossed over $119.7 million.

"Dora and the Lost City of Gold" movie is rated "PG", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about Dora and the Lost City of Gold movie?

"Dora and the Lost City of Gold" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.1/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 85/100. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

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