Well guys, Knight Rider finally has some writers on board to bring the flick to the big screen. Jedi Knight Rider, if only you were still on these boards to read this.
Knight RiderVariety reports that the wheels are in motion on Revolution Studios' big screen adaptation of the 1980s TV show Knight Rider.
The studio has hired writers David Elliott and Paul Lovett to pen the script for the pic, which is being planned as an action comedy.
The TV series ran on NBC from 1982 to 1986, revolving around David Hasselhoff's Michael Knight and his talking car K.I.T.T., a sleek black Pontiac Trans Am, as they fight crime.
Elliott and Lovett are also writing Revolution's comedy Neighborhood Watch. Hassellhoff will executive produce the new film.