Dora the Explorer will take on high school when the beloved character hits the big screen on Aug. 2

She’s already a super cool exploradora — and now she’s bringing her problem-solving skills to the big screen!

Dora the Explorer, the bilingual Nickelodeon animated show that ran for 14 years after first premiering in 2000, is getting a live-action movie set to hit theaters Aug. 2.

Titled Dora and the Lost City of Gold, the adaptation will take the beloved adventurer through the rough-and-tumbles of adolescent crushes and familial relationships — all while solving the mystery of a lost Inca civilization.

17-year-old actress Isabela Moner will star as Dora, and will navigate the big-screen alongside familiar faces like Boots, voiced by Danny Trejo, and Diego, played by Jeffrey Wahlberg, 22.