NBC is reviving the 2002 surfing movie "Blue Crush" as a TV show. Kate Bosworth, who starred in the film with Michelle Rodriquez, said she's willing to become a part of the reboot.

Kate Bosworth told InStyle that she's thrilled about the reboot. There's no word yet if NBC will sit down with her to discuss a potential role in the series but she already knows she'll say yes if asked.

The actress was only 18-years-old when she won the lead role in "Blue Crush" and the movie continues to impact her even today.

“Countless times girls and particularly the mothers of young girls will say, ‘My daughter decided to do something because she saw 'Blue Crush' and now she’s trying to fulfill her dream,'" Kate Bosworth said.

"It’s the most fulfilling feeling in the world to me.”

An empowering story

Hannah Schneider ("Reign") will write the scripts and executive produce “Blue Crush” for the small screen, as per The Hollywood Reporter. Imagine TV and Universal Television are behind the production. Imagine also produced the movie, which earned a decent $51 million at the box office from a budget of $25 million.

"Blue Crush" was about a former surfing star (Bosworth) who made a huge comeback at a competition following a tragic accident. The plot might be forgettable for critics but Kate Bosworth said it was an empowering and inspirational film, especially for women.

The movie shot in Hawaii and the actress revealed that she's still in touch with some of the surfers who helped and trained her for the role.

She recently went back to the islands to introduce her husband, Michael Polish, to her surfing team, whom she said is like family to her.

Since doing “Blue Crush,” Kate Bosworth starred in "Superman Returns," "Straw Dogs" and "Heist." She will soon be seen in "Finding Steve McQueen" with Travis Fimmel and Rachel Taylor.

Other reboots in the works

Meanwhile, NBC gave no details on when the “Blue Crush” reboot will debut on the network as it’s still in the early stages of development. Aside from this project, NBC is also planning a reboot of “The Munsters” with Jill Kargman and Seth Meyers as executive producers.

Reboots and revivals have been on trend on television these past seasons.

FOX had much success bringing “Lethal Weapon” back as a TV show in 2016. The network also plans on turning the 1994 film "True Lies" and the 2016 movie "The Nice Guys” as shows.

The CW, on the other hand, plans on rebooting “Roswell,” which originally aired from 1999 to 2002. A “Party of Five” reboot is also in the works with no network attached for now.