HONOLULU (AP) - "Baywatch" star David Hasselhoff's stalled reunion movie of the lifeguard television drama has hit smooth sailing. "We've got a TV movie for Fox," Hasselhoff said Sunday. "It's a two-hour (show) that'll air in (November) sweeps. Right now we're trying to put the pieces together to bring it to Hawaii." Hasselhoff, the movie's producer, said the cast will feature 20 actors from the "Baywatch" and "Baywatch Hawaii" shows. "It's basically just kind of an opportunity to get everybody together and have some fun here in Hawaii," he said. Hasselhoff hopes to begin three weeks of filming on July 8. Last October, Hasselhoff said he was having trouble assembling the cast for the movie. At the time, a Fox network representative said the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks had caused problems with travel and hotel deals. The original "Baywatch" series was filmed in Los Angeles for nine years before relocating to Hawaii and getting a new name in 1998. Hasselhoff made only occasional appearances after the move, and the series was canceled in February 2001.