They’re making an actual movie version of the awesomely cheesy ’80s spoof that racked up more than 30 million views on YouTube.

(Photos: YouTube & 20th Century Fox)

(Photos: YouTube & 20th Century Fox)

Michael Fassbender, the Oscar-nominated star of X-Men and Assassin’s Creed, has joined the cast of the full-length sequel to Kung Fury.

The original YouTube short film, just 30 minutes long, was a nod to gloriously cheesy ’80s cop and martial arts flicks, and racked up more than 30 million views. It was about a “Super Kung Fu Cop” from Miami named Kung Fury, who must travel back in time to stop Adolf Hitler, a.k.a. Kung Führer.

’80s legend David Hasselhoff, who lent his Velveeta-soaked pipes to the original Kung Fury theme song, “True Survivor,” previously announced he will return to the cast.

“The feature film will be set in 1985 in Miami, which is kept safe under the watchful eye of the police officer Kung Fury through…

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