If you're a 90's kid, then you must remember one of the most iconic Nickelodeon adventure game series that has been served in television for a few years. "Legends of the Hidden Temple" is coming back but this time as a movie.
What is interesting to note is that Dee Bradley Baker is returning as the voice of the mighty Olmec. He served as the original voice in the show. He will be returning to the movie to reprise the voice of the legendary talking head. If you remember Olmec, he helped guide cast members through the maze and through each game by giving them clues. Variety has it that Baker will be joining the cast made up of Kirk Fogg, Isabela Moner (who is starring in the upcoming "Transformers: The Last Knight"), Colin Critchley and Jet Jurgensmeyer.
The stone head is expected to do the same in the movie. Baker's voice, according to Slash Film, has been in other video games, television shows and movies as well. His career as a voice-over expert earned him that spot because of his iconic voice talent. He has lent his voice to popular American television series such as "American Dad," "SpongeBob Squarepants," and "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." He also lent his voice to video games such as Halo.
For Baker, Legends of the Hidden Temple was hist first television series in his career. "... It remains one of the most popular projects I've ever been lucky enough to have been involved with throughout my career. 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!" said Baker.
"Legends of the Hidden Temple" is scheduled to hit Nickelodeon this fall.