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June 26, 2013
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For all you Knight Rider fans out there, you're in for some luck. News just hit that the classic 80s action series "Knight Rider" is officially being adapted into a movie, as Brad Copeland ("Arrested Development" and "Wild Hogs") has been hired to pen the first draft.

The one and only David Hasselhoff starred in the original series as Michael Knight, a crime-fighting fantastic gentleman, with his trusty and futuristic Trans Am called KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) by his side.

This is not the first time the content has been adapted into another project. There was a 2008 show starring Justin Bruening, which sported a Ford Mustang as the crafty, intelligent vehicle.

No production or other details are available at this time. We'll keep you posted as the story develops.

Are you looking forward to "Knight Rider"? Let us know in the comments section below!

Source: MovieWeb

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