LeBron James is taking his talents to L.A., but there’s more in his repertoire than just basketball.
On Wednesday, Variety reported that SpringHill Entertainment, a production company founded in 2014 by James and Maverick Carter, has sold an untitled comedy script to Paramout Players with James set to star.
James’ move to the Lakers is bigger than basketball, as he looks to get more involved in film and entertainment on the west coast. His first major film role came when he played himself in Judd Appatow’s Trainwreck a performance that was widely praised.
While this isn’t the highly anticipated Space Jam 2, we are still here for it.