So to bring you up to speed if you're not be in the know, David Hasselhoff once played the character Nick Fury in a made-for-TV-movie called Nick Fury: Agent of Shield. Since the release of the movie Avengers Hasselhoff has taken any and all opportunities to slam Samuel L. Jackson's portrayal of the character. His most recent interview with Yahoo movies holds claims that Stan Lee called him the "ultimate Nick Fury."
"Stan Lee put me in that. He gave me the best line ever: 'Guys like you tend to cling to the bowl no matter how many times you flush'. Stan Lee came on the set and told me all about Nick. He said, 'you're the ultimate Nick Fury."
He then goes further, discrediting Jackson's performance and forgetting Joss Whedon's name.
"You know, it wasn't Nick Fury. They take these shows and they make it the way they want to make it and unfortunately, they should have had Stan Lee on the set and let him kick him into gear - whoever directed [The Avengers] decided they wanted to go that way. But it's their prerogative. He's still a great actor."
He then closes the interview hoping to reprise the role at some point. Reality check, David. People enjoyed Jackson's performance as Fury so much, they changed canon to include the new Nick Fury. There's also the irony that Jackson's "Nick Fury" in literal title is referred to as THE ULTIMATE NICK FURY. I dunno though, this footage from the movie really shows Hasselhoff's domination of the role, if Nick Fury were an android that was bad at acting.