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    Knight Rider

    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.

    Variety 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.
    Knight Rider
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    Shoot me now.


    Do they still make movies that aren't tv shows or prequels/sequels to previously released movies?
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    WOOOOO!!!

    so, is this the same project that was rumored a while ago, super knight rider 3000? where micheal knight is unfrozen in the future to save his son from bad guys? or is this a new movie treatment?

    http://us.imdb.com/Title?0280130

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    Uh-oh, my spidersenses are tingling....do I detect another round of Hasselhoff avatars?
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    I think the meeting at the studio occurred similar to what happened with Ron Howard:

    Ron: And it grows, to a powerful, emotional climax when the father has to choose which one of his children will live and which one will die.
    Grazer: Pass. What else you got?
    Ron: Well, well, there is this one thing. It's about a killer robot driving instructor that travels back in time for some reason.
    Grazer: I'm listening.
    Ron: Okay, okay, well, you see this robot, he's got a heartbreaking decision to make about whether his best friend lives or dies.
    Grazer: Eh.
    Ron: His best friend's a talking pie!
    Grazer: Sold! Howard, you've done it again!

    Expect something along those lines for this films plot.
    Thanks be to The Simpsons for that one.
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    Now if they dust off William Katt and revive The Greatest American Hero for the big screen i'll be the first in line...

    BELIEVE IT OR NOT
    I'M WALKING ON AIR
    I NEVER THOUGHT I COULD BE SO...
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    A WING AND A PRAYER
    WHO COULD IT BE?
    BELIEVE IT OR NOT
    IT'S JUST ME...
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    Originally posted by James Boba Fettfield
    I think the meeting at the studio occurred similar to what happened with Ron Howard:

    Ron: And it grows, to a powerful, emotional climax when the father has to choose which one of his children will live and which one will die.
    Grazer: Pass. What else you got?
    Ron: Well, well, there is this one thing. It's about a killer robot driving instructor that travels back in time for some reason.
    Grazer: I'm listening.
    Ron: Okay, okay, well, you see this robot, he's got a heartbreaking decision to make about whether his best friend lives or dies.
    Grazer: Eh.
    Ron: His best friend's a talking pie!
    Grazer: Sold! Howard, you've done it again!

    Expect something along those lines for this films plot.
    Thanks be to The Simpsons for that one.
    you forgot the best part...

    freeze frame on ron holding two huge bags of money... cue "happy days" theme song...



    who knows, rogue II... the hassel'tars might rise again...
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    The guns... They've stopped!
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    Originally posted by notafinga
    Now if they dust off William Katt and revive The Greatest American Hero for the big screen i'll be the first in line...

    BELIEVE IT OR NOT
    I'M WALKING ON AIR
    I NEVER THOUGHT I COULD BE SO...
    FREE...HEEE..HEEEE

    FLYING AWAY
    A WING AND A PRAYER
    WHO COULD IT BE?
    BELIEVE IT OR NOT
    IT'S JUST ME...

    That was a great show. They should make it a movie or at least give it another run on TV.

    As for Knight Rider.......


    Originally posted by Rogue II
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    Some 80's shows just need to stay dead. Caught the Hunter movie yesterday. Man oh man...How did they ever get the green light to a Hunter movie? The acting was bad...real bad. Like everyone went to the Joey Tribbiani school of acting -- "Just look like you're concentrating really hard whenever you speak."
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    Sweet!!! I'll be sure to see this! Time to break out my Members Only jacket.
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