And then last February, Deadline reported that Space Jam 2 was in the works with James as the lead and TV producer Charlie Ebersol directing – a story flatly denied by the actor himself and his agent.
That looked to be the end of the story. Goodbye, new generation of Monstars.
Until… last month when Warner Brothers filed to renew its trademarks for Space Jam. Then yesterday they announced they were joining forces in an “unprecedented” creative partnership with James. A basketball player teaming up with the production company who own Space Jam? Yep, sounds like a new Space Jam film to us.
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