Killing Hasselhoff Movie Is Real

Posted: Sep 25 2014, 4:52am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

 
Killing Hasselhoff Movie is Real
Photo Credit: David Hasselhoff Twitter

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The comedy Killing Hasselhoff is filming right now. There are actual set photos shared by the Hoff himself, so this is really happening.

David Hasselhoff known from Knight Rider and Baywatch around the globe is starring in a new comedy titled Killing Hasselhoff or Celebrity Death Pool as himself. The story of the film goes something like this. A nightclub owner tries to pay off his debt by winning a high stakes celebrity death pool. To win he tries to have Hasselhoff killed. The plot is likely not essential in this movie. It is all about the cameos and Hasselhoff references and jokes.

The filming of the movie just got a lot of attention because Justin Bieber has joined Hasselhoff in some scenes. Besides Justin Bieber, it is already confirmed that Hulk Hogan, Ken Jeong (The Hangover) and Rick Fox. David Hasselhoff is busy tweeting photos from the filming. See the best below.

It is not clear yet when Killing Hasselhoff will be in theaters. It might also just go straight to DVD.

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