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It is finally official, the moment every nineties kid has dreamed of for the past 22 years, Space Jam 2. The iconic original production from 1996 featuring basketball legend, Micheal Jordan is considered one of the best basketball movies in history and fans have been contemplating which NBA player will be joining Bugs on the big screen. Thankfully Springhill Entertainment has finally spilled the beans, confirming former Cleveland Cavalier, LeBron James will be the one joining team Looney Tune.

The announcement could not have been more perfect, as the entertainment company simply tweeted a picture of a basketball locker room.  In the photo, you can clearly see the spots reserved for Bugs Bunny and LeBron James and the names of director Terence Nance, and producer, Ryan Coogler. The caption needed no words, merely a string of 3 emoji’s, a basketball followed by a carrot and a film clapper. The movie’s release date is yet to be determined and is still in early stages of pre-production but based on the fans reactions it’s safe to assume the film will be a box office hit.

It is finally official, the moment every nineties kid has dreamed of for the past 22 years, Space Jam 2. The iconic original production from 1996 featuring basketball legend, Micheal Jordan is considered one of the best basketball movies in history and fans have been contemplating which NBA player will be joining Bugs on the big screen. Thankfully Springhill Entertainment has finally spilled the beans, confirming former Cleveland Cavalier, LeBron James will be the one joining team Looney Tune.

The announcement could not have been more perfect, as the entertainment company simply tweeted a picture of a basketball locker room.  In the photo, you can clearly see the spots reserved for Bugs Bunny and LeBron James and the names of director Terence Nance, and producer, Ryan Coogler. The caption needed no words, merely a string of 3 emoji’s, a basketball followed by a carrot and a film clapper. The movie’s release date is yet to be determined and is still in early stages of pre-production but based on the fans reactions it’s safe to assume the film will be a box office hit.

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