Coming off of the less-than-stellar Green Lantern, director Martin Campbell may now helm an adaptation of a different sort. Deadline reports that the Casino Royale director is in early discussions to helm the feature film adaptation of the TV series The Fall Guy. The series ran on ABC from 1981 to 1986 and starred Lee Majors as a stuntman who used his expertise in special effects and stunts to moonlight as a bounty hunter. The film is being written by X-Men: First Class and Thor scribes Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz. Walter Parkes is producing the adaptation. While a Green Lantern sequel is far from a certainty at the moment, Campbell previously stated that he had no intention of returning to the superhero franchise if one were to be produced. Miller and Stentz were recently hired to pen the Top Gun sequel for Jerry Bruckheimer. Hit the jump to watch the intro to the TV series.