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David Hasselhoff Was Said to Be Broke — How Much Is He Worth Now?

You may have heard of Taylor Hasselhoff from the reality show Relatively Famous: Ranch Rules, but you definitely know about her dad. Actor-singer David Hasselhoff is a true talent who has decades in the game. One look at his IMDb will show that he's been acting since the 1970s — and his career hasn't slowed down since then.
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Fight Crime On Your Tabletop Like An 80s David Hasselhoff With The Playmobil Knight Rider K.I.T.T.

Like many popular 80s properties, the Knight Rider is getting a reboot in the age of streaming. From what we’ve read, though, it’s going to be a movie, rather than an ongoing series. Whichever the case, it’s fun to imagine what that reboot will look like, with autonomous cars and intelligent assistants no longer the science fiction tech it used to be. Since that remake isn’t likely to come anytime soon, maybe you can get your 80s crimefighting car fix in the meantime with the Playmobil Knight Rider K.I.T.T.
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James Gunn Wants to do a Modern ‘Knight Rider’ With David Hasselhoff

Knight Rider, a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Also known as Knight Rider, the ’80s TV show about David Hasselhoff fighting crime with his talking car. However you describe it, Knight Rider has remained a surprisingly durable force in pop culture for 40 years. Introduced in 1982’s series created by Glen A. Larson, the concept has been revived numerous times. There have been two different rival series, one called Team Knight Rider and another just named Knight Rider, and three different TV movies, including a Knight Rider 2000 and a Knight Rider 2010.
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James Gunn Wants to do a Modern ‘Knight Rider’ With David Hasselhoff

Knight Rider, a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Also known as Knight Rider, the ’80s TV show about David Hasselhoff fighting crime with his talking car. However you describe it, Knight Rider has remained a surprisingly durable force in pop culture for 40 years. Introduced in 1982’s series created by Glen A. Larson, the concept has been revived numerous times. There have been two different rival series, one called Team Knight Rider and another just named Knight Rider, and three different TV movies, including a Knight Rider 2000 and a Knight Rider 2010.
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James Gunn Wants to do a Modern ‘Knight Rider’ With David Hasselhoff

Knight Rider, a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Also known as Knight Rider, the ’80s TV show about David Hasselhoff fighting crime with his talking car. However you describe it, Knight Rider has remained a surprisingly durable force in pop culture for 40 years. Introduced in 1982’s series created by Glen A. Larson, the concept has been revived numerous times. There have been two different rival series, one called Team Knight Rider and another just named Knight Rider, and three different TV movies, including a Knight Rider 2000 and a Knight Rider 2010.
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James Gunn Says He’s Talked About a Modern Continuation of Knight Rider With David Hasselhoff

During a recent response to a fan tweet, writer-director James Gunn was asked if he had any interest in working on a reboot to a classic 1980s super-machine TV series, such as as Knight Rider, Airwolf, or Street Hawk. Gunn later responded that he’s actually discussed doing a modern revival of Knight Rider with star and friend David Hasselhoff. However, Gunn noted the main “hurdle” was just there not being enough time to pursue the project.
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James Gunn Wants to do a Modern ‘Knight Rider’ With David Hasselhoff

Knight Rider, a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist. Also known as Knight Rider, the ’80s TV show about David Hasselhoff fighting crime with his talking car. However you describe it, Knight Rider has remained a surprisingly durable force in pop culture for 40 years. Introduced in 1982’s series created by Glen A. Larson, the concept has been revived numerous times. There have been two different rival series, one called Team Knight Rider and another just named Knight Rider, and three different TV movies, including a Knight Rider 2000 and a Knight Rider 2010.
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