While it remains to be seen what National Basketball Association stars other than LeBron will be featured in Space Jam 2, we now know who will be directing and producing the film.
But the fun doesn't end there.
Of course, James supplanting Jordan as the star of the new movie invariably adds to the debate over which of the two should be viewed as the greatest player of all-time.
Coogler has become most well-known for the aforementioned Black Panther film, but he also directed highly acclaimed Creed, a continuation of the Rocky franchise.
Jimmy Butler reportedly has requested a trade out of Minnesota
He informed Timberwolves president and coach Tom Thibodeau of the request during a meeting Tuesday in Los Angeles, sources said. The idea of Butler to the Knicks, of course, draws intrigue with another future free agent: Kyrie Irving .
According to the Hollywood Reporter, production is expected to begin in 2019 during the National Basketball Association offseason.
Representatives for Coogler and studio Warner Bros. didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.
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Yes, I suppose it's not quite as bad as it looked, but I suppose he should save it '. It's just unfortunate it's in a final ".
Space Jam 2, the sequel to the classic "90s basketball movie starring Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes, will finally get a sequel".
Fans have started to theorize that sequence may actually be the planned release date for Space Jam 2. "It's so much bigger". But hopefully the second coming of "Space Jam" will give someone an excuse to revamp the film's official website - which has not been updated in a loooooong time.
And, if that is the case, then it could be awhile before Space Jam 2 dunks its way back to fans.
Focusing on Manchester United career, not England says Smalling
He is now contracted at Old Trafford until the end of the season, with the option to extend for another year. Luke's evolution made us believe he goes in the right direction and, of course, I want to keep him.