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Legends of the Hidden Temple

Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon is bringing back a familiar voice for its upcoming Legends of the Hidden Temple movie. Dee Bradley Baker, the voice of Olmec from the classic 1990s game show version of Legends, will return to voice the character once again for the TV movie Legends of the Hidden Temple. Baker joins previously announced cast members including Kirk Fogg (the host of the original series), Isabela Moner, Colin Critchley and Jet Jurgensmeyer.

"An entire generation grew up loving Legends of the Hidden Temple. It was my first television series, and it remains one of the most popular projects I've ever been lucky enough to have been involved with throughout my career," Baker said in a statement. "I'm thrilled that Kirk Fogg and I can once again man the temple as Nickelodeon brings it back in a fresh new way. This rock is once again ready to roll!"

Baker served as the voice of the talking stone head on 120 episodes of the Nickelodeon series. His other voice work includes American Dad, SpongeBob SquarePants, Phineas and Ferb and video games such as Halo.

Legends of the Hidden Temple

Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon's new take on Legends of the Hidden Temple comes at a time when nostalgia is running high. The network launched a programming block dedicated to shows from the 1990s on TeenNick and is making a new Hey Arnold movie. The Legends movie follows three siblings who embark on their own adventure while taking a jungle tour. They find themselves competing in a series of obstacles to stay alive. In addition to Olmec, the movie will feature the Steps of Knowledge, green monkey, red jaguar, silver snakes and more nods to the TV series.

Joe Menendez is directing a script from Jonny Umansky, Zach Hyatt and Alex Reid.

Check out the new posters above and below.

Legends of the Hidden Temple

Nickelodeon

No official premiere date was announced, but look for Legends of the Hidden Temple to hit in fall 2016.