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T.J. Hooker Headed For Big Screen

Posted by Hoob on July 6th, 2009
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Variety is reporting that T.J. Hooker is the next old TV show being prepped for a Big screen adaptation. While no actors have been cast yet, Chuck Russell, the man behind the “The Scorpion King” and “The Mask” is in talks to direct.

The TV series, produced by Aaron Spelling, debuted in 1982 on ABC and ran for five seasons, the last on CBS. William Shatner starred as a no-nonsense patrol sergeant, with Adrian Zmed, Heather Locklear, Richard Herd and James Darren as co-stars.

The series was the poster child for cop TV shows in the 1980s with great stunts, so we think there’s a fun movie to be made from it,” Heppe said.

In case you are worried that they might ruin this classic show by turning it into a big screen comedy, take heart… The team behind the big screen adapatation of Wild, Wild, West are working on it right now!


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