David Hasselhoff’s Knight Rider TV Series Is Getting a Film Adaptation; James Wan to Produce

David Hasselhoff’s “Knight Rider” television series is getting a feature film adaptation with Spyglass Media Group and Atomic Monster’s James Wan and Michael Clear attached as producers. According to Variety, TJ Fixman, a former video game writer, is adapting the 1980s television series for the movie project. Judson Scott will serve as executive producer on the film. Hunting Season Adaptation: James Wan and John Wick Writer Derek Kolstad Team Up For a Sci-Fi Time Travel Movie

Plot details of the film are being kept under the wraps. “Knight Rider” series, created by Glen A. Larson, revolved around a high-tech car named KITT that assists the mysterious crime-fighting driver Michael Knight (Hasselhoff). James Wan Birthday: 6 Horror Movies By the Director That Should Be On Everyone’s Must-Watch List

The show attained a cult status and was followed by TV spinoffs, films, video games, books, and a “Knight Rider” convention called KnightCon.

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