Aquaman director James Wan is developing a new movie based on the 1980s TV hit Knight Rider.
The filmmaker has partnered with executives at Spyglass Media Group to turn David Hasselhoff‘s series into a big-screen hit, based on a script written by T.J. Fixman, a former video game writer, according to Deadline.
Created by Glen A. Larson, Knight Rider first aired on NBC from 1982 to 1986 and became a global hit, turning Hasselhoff into an international superstar. He played the enigmatic Michael Knight in the series.
The new film will reportedly be set in the present day.