Isabela Moner & Eva Longoria Look Smashing At ‘Dora And The Lost City Of Gold’ Premiere
The world premiere of Dora and the Lost City of Gold took place at the Regal L.A, Live on July 28 in Los Angeles.
The cast of the film attended the premiere with stunning looks. Celebrities in attendance were Dora herself, Isabela Moner, Dora’s mother, Eva Longoria, Dora’s father Michael Pena, Benicio Del Toro, Danny Trejo and Eugenio Derbez.
Moner appeared on the green carpet with a white gown that had sparkling details all over. The chest area was left open but had a skin-colored mesh material to cover most of the chest area.
Longoria wore a strapless neon yellow dress that ends just below her knees. The color of her nails also matched her dress.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold is one of the many live-action films inspired by previous material. What sets this film apart from others is the focus on a young Latina, and also an all-Latino cast. The film is also a Latin-led project.
Moner told The Hollywood Reporter that playing the role of Dora didn’t feel forced and it allowed her to expose a different kind of female bravery.
“Whenever people think that a woman needs to be strong, they think that she has no emotions, is super serious, but Dora loves pink, she wears orange shorts, she loves dancing to Gloria Estefan, she’s super girly,” Moner said. “It’s important to break up the stereotype that women have to act like men in order to be strong.”
The film will be released in theaters on August 9.