There's only one way we're getting more "Knight Rider," and that's with James Gunn, and not Kevin Hart -- so says the TV series' star David Hasselhoff.
The "Knight Rider" actor made headlines recently with his CinemaBlend interview in which he expressed his desire to make a dark, gritty "Knight Rider" movie with Robert Rodriguez in the vein of this year's hit movie "Logan." But now Hasselhoff says this is even closer to a reality, with the help of one Marvel Studios director.
We caught up with the star Tuesday in Beverly Hills on the red carpet for "Extraordinary: Stan Lee," which paid tribute to the comic book legend, and "the Hoff" revealed he's now working with none other than "Guardians of the Galaxy" director James Gunn to make a "Knight Rider" continuation for the big screen.
Hasselhoff's brief cameo and music video for "Guradians of the Galaxy: Volume 2" marked his first collaboration with the director.
When asked about the rumored Kevin Hart comedy reboot, Hasselhoff was quick to make known that Hart's version is not the right direction for "Knight Rider."
Check out the full video above for all of Hasselhoff's comments, and watch our red carpet coverage of "Extraordinary: Stan Lee."