The scene, filmed with an odd orange-ish filter on it. Explosion! Zoom in on panicked look of main character! Zoom back out from a drone camera. More explosions! "Swiper no swiping!" BOOM! Slo-Mo of rubble falling around the heroes slowly look up, as the camera pans around them in 360.

Sound familiar? That's just about every Michael Bay movie, except for the "Swiper no swiping" part. That is, for now. Reports have surfaced that Michael Bay will be producing a live action Dora the Explorer movie.

A movie about the popular Nickelodeon cartoon has been in the works since 2015, and Paramount is looking at a 2019 release date. The Muppets and Neighbors director Nick Stoller will be writing the project. And apparently we will have an older Dora in the movie. While most of the details at this point are kept under wraps and very vague, what has been leaked about it is that it will center around a teenage Dora who moves to the city to live with her cousin Diego.