Manolo crys out, Nooooooooooooooooooo!

It appears KITT will be speeding to the big screen sans David Hasselhoff. Hasselhoff, who shot to fame as the show’s titular crime-fighting hero, Michael Knight, had been attached to the project for years, but a source close to the movie deal tells E! Online that the actor is currently not involved.

What the Manolo Is…

Manolo says, the Manolo he has been so busy this past week, however, that has not stopped all of the consumption of the medias, only reduced the volume, forcing the Manolo to reread one of his favorite novels and listen to one of his favorite records. So, let us see what the Manolo is…


Listening to…

Aimee Thanatogenos, Exene Cervenka, John Doe, Mr. Joyboy, Billy Zoom, these are the sort of brilliant characters that can only be produced in the Los Angeles.

The Manolo Finds

Manolo says, look! Manolo at the She Finds The Manolo has given written about his shoe picks of the springtime for his friends at the She Finds. Here is the sample…

Occasionally the red veil of madness descends upon the Manolo, and he becomes terribly obsessed with the particular type or style of the shoe. These obsessions of the Manolo they are usually the good indication that the items of obsession are of the moment, and that the super fantastic girl can wear them with abandon. Such is the current case, in which the Manolo has gone mad for the wedges. Wedges, Wedges, Wedges. Everywhere are the wedges. The Manolo he has even begun to think highly of the much and rightly maligned espadrille wedge.

You must go read these pronouncements in their entirity, as not does the Manolo recommend shoes such as this beautiful gladiator sandal, but you must also go so that you will learn about the wonderfulness that is the She Finds.


The Dream Realized!

Manolo says, this story, it is for the Manolo like the dream come true!

The talking car K.I.T.T. is heading to the big screen in an adaptation of the hit 1980s TV series “Knight Rider.”

Series creator Glen A. Larson will write and executive produce the Weinstein Co. project, which he anticipates will begin production next year. The project had previously been in development at Sony-based Revolution Studios.

Larson has bandied about the project for years. “A number of people wanted to do a pure comedic send-up of it, but I always felt that would throw away the franchise,” he said. “There was always some humor on the show, but this film will probably have more gallows, foxhole humor.

Despite the darker tone, he said he would aim for a PG-13 rating because he doesn’t want to exclude the series’ core audience. The show ran on NBC from 1982-86.

As the Manolo has noted in the past, during the darkest days of the Manolo’s poverty, one of the few things that prevented despair from closing its bony fingers around the throat of the Manolo was the Knight Rider:

At night, after the hard day of the poverty, the Manolo he would lay in the dark of his cold, dirty apartment, listening to the rats scurrying, and dreaming that the Manolo he would be rescued by the eccentric billionaire industrialist, who would give the Manolo his own super fantastic KITT Trans Am, one that could use the many features to help the Manolo in the making of the super fantastic shoes.

Together, the Manolo and his car, they would defeat the forces of the evil (who in those days were wearing of the Birkenstocks.)

Today, the Manolo he will never forget those dark days of the past when the twin demons of the poverty and the hunger they stalked the Manolo on their pale horses.

Indeed, it is the most wonderful news this announcement of the soon to be in production movie.