'Legends of the Hidden Temple' host Kirk Fogg joins cast of Nickelodeon movie based on game show
Kirk Fogg is heading back to the Hidden Temple.
Fogg has joined the cast of Nickelodeon's upcoming action-adventure TV movie Legends of the Hidden Temple, inspired by the network's classic '90s game show of the same name. Fogg served as the original show's host and guide.
In the movie, he will play a key figure in a role that "pays homage to his duties" in the original Nick series.
"When Nickelodeon asked me to be a part of the Legends of the Hidden Temple movie, I immediately went to the closet and pulled out my blue denim shirt, which has been protected by a powerful golden force field since 1995," said Fogg. "Legends is truly a legend, and I'm honored to be a part of it again. I'm sure the Ancient Olmec had something to do with this; that rock head is pretty sneaky."
The movie follows three siblings who break away from a lackluster tour in a jungle, finding themselves immersed in a high-stakes adventure comprised of obstacles that they must complete in order to escape alive. The TV movie will feature elements from the original game show including Olmec, a talking head who knows the secrets behind the temple; the Steps of Knowledge, the entrance to the temple and launching pad for the mission; and cameos from a green monkey, red jaguar and silver snakes, among others.
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Fogg joins previously announced cast members Isabela Moner, Colin Critchley and Jet Jurgensmeyer in the movie, which is scheduled to debut on Nickelodeon in the fall.
Fogg was cast as the host of Nickelodeon's Legends of the Hidden Temple in 1993, completing 120 episodes of the series. Since Legends of the Hidden Temple, Fogg has appeared in more than 300 commercials, and in 2006 he produced and directed his first feature film, Distortion.
Legends of the Hidden Temple is executive produced by Scott McAboy and Jessica Rhoades and produced by Amy Sydorick. The movie is directed by Joe Menendez (From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series) and written by Jonny Umansky & Zach Hyatt, and Alex Reid.
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