An anticipated sequel to the 1996 Warner Bros. blockbuster "Space Jam" now has a release date for 2021 with LeBron James as its star, according to The Hollywood Reporter. LeBron James is set to star, just as Michael Jordan led the first movie, and Black Panther filmmaker Ryan Coogler is onboard as a producer with Terence Nance (Random Acts of Flynes) in the director's chair.
The third untitled Annabelle film also gets a new release date for this year of June 28, 2019, from a previous release date of the Fourth of July. And in two years, LeBron James will find himself in a similar situation next to Bugs. Are you excited for a Space Jam sequel or do you think it's been too long since the original? We're not sure what the plot of Space Jam 2 is, but we wouldn't be surprised if it's along the same lines, maybe even involving a rematch of some kind.
Jean-Claude Juncker: I've got Brexit fatigue
After the meeting, Mrs May said she had stressed the need for guarantees on the Northern Ireland backstop proposals. The pair also noted discussing "the role alternative arrangements could play in replacing the backstop in future".
The Tune Squad is reuniting for a "Space Jam" sequel, and we now have a release date. Actually, it would be wonderful if Coogler was able to bring Michael B. Jordan into Space Jam 2 for some kind of cameo. The announcement was made via Springhill Entertainment's Twitter account with a locker room picture showing the movie's "Big 4". "This will be James" first starring role in a film.
The original Space Jam was directed by Joe Pytka and starred Michael Jordan in a partially animated caper that found him teaming up with Bugs Bunny and friends to win a basketball game against talent-stealing aliens.
Barça : réunion au sommet après le nul contre l’OL
Jordi Alba, à la conclusion d'un mouvement collectif comme le Barça les aime, a lui aussi vu sa tentative fuir le cadre (77). A Lyon maintenant de marquer en Catalogne lors match retour, le 13 mars , pour rêver d'un quart de finale.
Believe it or not, they're making a Space Jam 2.
Anciens : Ben Arfa espère une qualification de Lyon contre le Barça
Ben Arfa n'est pas seulement patriote breton: "On est très contents pour toute la France". Si on joue comme ça, avec beaucoup d'orgueil, il n'y a pas de limite", a-t-il réagi.