The week of ruthless teases continues, this time with a mostly dialogue-free look at Nickelodeon's forthcoming Legends of the Hidden Temple TV movie. The trailer does a good job of reminding everyone that, despite its source material, this movie won't just be a 90-minute version of the classic '90s game show with limited replay value. Instead, this shit is a bonafide movie.

The new trailer, premiered via BuzzFeed Entertainment Thursday, gives fans of the OG Legends a proper look at the 2016 crew. That crew includes Sadie (Isabela Moner), Dudley (Jet Jurgensmeyer), Noah (Colin Critchley), and the legend himself, Mr. Kirk Fogg. Olmec, voiced by Dee Bradley Baker, also gets some serious shine in the new trailer by pretty much being the only one who actually says anything.

When Complex caught up with Fogg on the Legends set in March, he revealed the initial idea for a movie caught him off guard. "I hadn't thought it could happen," Fogg said while shooting in Vancouver. "Then, since I'm from the film world, I thought: What a great idea! I can see this! So I asked for the script, I read it, and thought, this is pretty good. It's very clever how they're tying it all together. It's like Indiana Jones meets Jumanji meets Night at the Museum."

Legends of the Hidden Temple premieres on Nickelodeon Nov. 26, a date that apparently falls in the middle of some sort of holiday weekend. If classic game shows being flipped into full-length movies isn't your bag, perhaps Nickelodeon's additional plans of giving fresh movie treatments to Rocko's Modern Life and Hey Arnold will satisfy your incessant need for nostalgia-based nourishment.