When Space Jam hit the big screen back in 1996, it came with an impressive soundtrack that spawned a handful of hit singles. Among them were R. Kelly’s “I Believe I Can Fly” and Seal’s cover of “Fly Like an Eagle.” But nothing tops the movie’s theme song performed by the Quad City DJ’s, who made it big with their single “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train).” Unfortunately, it doesn’t sound like they were asked back to create a new theme for the Space Jam: A New Legacy soundtrack, which just revealed the full roster of artists and songs for the blockbuster sequel. Read More »
Space Jam: A New Legacy is coming to theaters and HBO Max next month. Before the sequel arrives, Warner Bros. Pictures wants catch up the new generation of cartoon fans on the original Space Jam from 1996, starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny.
Warner Bros. is teaming up with Cartoon Network for the ultimate exercise of synergy: Teen Titans GO! See Space Jam. The characters of DC’s animated Teen Titans GO! series will sit down to watch Space Jam in a new animated movie featuring the return of the alien Nerdlucks and plenty of meta commentary. Check out the Teen Titans GO! See Space Jam trailer below. Read More »
Come and slam, and welcome to the jam! No, not toast and jam, but the Space Jam, which is coming back to the big screen with a new sequel starring NBA superstar LeBron James and the Looney Tunes. Since you’ll be spending so much time spotting a an endless assembly of Warner Bros. movie and TV characters watching the game when you catch the movie at home on HBO Max, you’ll need the new Space Jam: A New Legacy cereal to help pass the time. Read More »
Space Jam: A New Legacy is passing the torch of hybrid animated basketball games with the Looney Tunes to NBA pro LeBron James. However, according to the sequel’s villain, Don Cheadle, the original Space Jam superstar Michael Jordan will be making an appearance in some capacity. But apparently the Chicago Bulls champion will be appearing in an unexpected way. Read More »
The first trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy arrived over the weekend, and there were plenty of fun background details to notice. After all, the film is set in the “Warner 3000 Server-verse,” which contains all of the characters from Warner Bros. movies and TV shows. But there are a lot of them to keep track of, so the studio released a little Easter egg hunt video to point out some of the details you might have missed.
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Marvel’s Spider-Man franchise co-star Zendaya has already found fame in animation as the voice of Meechee in the chilly family film Smallfoot. LeBron James also starred in the Warner Animation Group movie about a family of yeti who are surprised to encounter a mythical human. Now the two will team up in the cartoon world again because Zendaya will be heard as the new voice of Lola Bunny in the upcoming Space Jam: A New Legacy, which debuted its first trailer yesterday. Read More »
LeBron James will follow in the footsteps of Michael Jordan yet again this summer with the animated/live-action hybrid sequel Space Jam: A New Legacy. This time we won’t just be getting the two-dimensional version of the Looney Tunes playing basketball with an NBA superstar champion, but a favorite Looney Tunes cartoon duo has announced the forthcoming arrival of the first trailer in classic slapstick fashion. Are you ready to slam? Read More »
Space Jam: A New Legacy, the Space Jam sequel that the Internet is mad at because it dared to make Lola Bunny look less sexy, has unveiled a slew of character posters. There’s not much to any of these posters – they’re rather simple, with the same color scheme across the board. But fans of all things Jam will no doubt want to print every single one of these out and tape them to their lockers. Let’s take a look at every single one of these posters, shall we?
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LeBron James is set to step into Michael Jordon’s very large shoes as the star of Space Jam: A New Legacy, the long-awaited sequel to the 1996 comedy Space Jam. And at 36 years old, James was the perfect age to grow up with the original Space Jam, which was the staple of many a sports and/or Looney Tunes-loving millennial. But the first Space Jam movie holds a special place in James’ heart, which is what helps bring his starring role in A New Legacy full circle.
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We recently learned that Space Jam: A New Legacy will feature a lot more Warner Bros. characters than the Looney Tunes. The sequel finds LeBron James and his son stuck in the Warner 3000 entertainment “Server-verse,” a digital world where the various characters of Warner Bros. movies and TV shows are found. However, one of the Looney Tunes will not be part of the gaggle of intellectual property, and that’s the romantically aggressive skunk known as Pepé Le Pew. Read More »