‘Space Jam 2’ to star LeBron James, be produced by ‘Black Panther’ director Ryan Coogler

first_imgYep, it’s true. Newly signed Los Angeles Laker LeBron James will star in “Space Jam 2.”The news was announced via SpringHill Entertainment, the Burbank production company that was founded by Maverick Carter and James. In a Wednesday afternoon social media post, the caption — which consisted of only emojis — was vague but clear: a basketball, a carrot and a clapperboard. Saved by the Max pop-up returns for 5 days to celebrate ‘Saved by the Bell’ Day Others were a little apprehensive about the news. How the pill-popping superhero story ‘Project Power’ found its star Dominique Fishback Well I think we can just tie a bow on this and say that Space Jam 2 is going to be a top five of all time.— Elijah Racusin (@elijahnr) September 19, 2018 Space Jam 2 though … please bring my childhood back to life lol— 🎧🎶~Smooth~🎼🎤 (@IAmSmooth919) September 19, 2018 Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Frida Cinema hosting drive-in series of horror and cult classics with Tustin’s Mess Hall How ‘Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies’ exposes Hollywood’s naked ambition These 3 Southern California teens just won $1 million on NBC’s ‘World Of Dance’ Related Articles The picture offers even more clues. LeBron’s first initial and last name is scrawled out over a locker room cubby with “Small Forward” stated underneath. The same reveal was used for the director of the movie, Terence Nance, and the producer, “Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler.For a generation who grew up with the original “Space Jam,” which starred Michael Jordan, the news was nothing short of mind blowing.When the Monstars in Space Jam 2 realize they’re up against Lebron James pic.twitter.com/vIF8pjkIQ1— Cameron Grant (@coolghost101) September 19, 2018last_img read more