Nickelodeon is all about waxing nostalgic. In addition to reviving Hey Arnold!, the children’s television network is turning its ’90s adventure game show, Legends of the Hidden Temple, into an actual movie. The first trailer premiered at Comic-Con on Saturday and can be seen above.
The film was directed by Joe Menendez and stars Isabela Moner, Colin Critchley, and Jet Jurgensmeyer, along with the show’s original host, Kirk Fogg, and Dee Bradley Baker, who voices Olmec.
The plot focuses on three siblings “who escape from a boring tour through a jungle resort and suddenly find themselves in a very real, very dangerous situation where the legends of this supposed hidden temple turn out to be quite true indeed,” according to EW. Along with the return of Fogg and Olmec, the Hidden Temple movie will feature other elements from the original game show, including steps of knowledge and hard-to-assemble silver shrines, along with cameos from a green monkey, a red jaguar, and silver snakes (all of which were team names on the ’90s program).
The film will premiere on Nickelodeon this fall.