Space Jam: A New Legacy (otherwise called Space Jam 2) is an impending American true to life/enlivened games satire movie coordinated by Malcolm D. Lee. Filling in as an independent spin-off of Space Jam (1996), it will stamp the first dramatically delivered film to highlight the Looney Tunes characters since Looney Tunes: Back in real life (2003), and as the past cross breed films, it will be a mix of true to life, conventional hand-drawn 2D activity, and 3D CGI impacts. The film stars ball player LeBron James as a fictionalized form of himself alongside Don Cheadle, Khris Davis, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Cedric Joe is surprisingly realistic jobs, while Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, and Zendaya feature the Looney Tunes voice cast.
Talks for a Space Jam replacement started after the arrival of the main movie which Joe Pytka would have gotten back to direct and Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone endorsed on as the activity directors however in the end fell through because of Michael Jordan’s refusal to return. A few potential side projects, zeroing in on different competitors, including Jeff Gordon, Tiger Woods, and Tony Hawk, were likewise talked about, however never worked out as expected. Following quite a long while of moping, a LeBron James-drove continuation was authoritatively declared in 2014 with recording starting under Terence Nance in June 2019 around Los Angeles. Following half a month into recording, Nance left the task, and Lee was recruited to supplant him in July 2019.
Space Jam: A New Legacy is booked to be delivered by Warner Bros. Pictures in the United States on July 16, 2021, both in theaters and on HBO Max for a month after its dramatic release.