Good news, Space Jam 2 is coming! Bad news is we can’t see the first trailer until LeBron makes his free agency decision.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, James’ longtime friend and business partner, Maverick Carter, hinted that the four-time MVP’s free agency decision would air on their Uninterrupted platform—but that’s not all James will reveal. He is expected to use his summer spotlight to highlight Space Jam 2, according to wkyc 3 news.
A sequel to the 1996 classic starring Michael Jordan, Space Jam 2 has gained little traction since first being announced in May 2016 from Warner Bros.
The 14-time All-Star has long been rumored to fill Jordan’s Space Jam sneakers, but it wasn’t until Warner Bros. formed a content creation partnership with James and Carter’s SpringHill Entertainment that the project was officially announced.
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