Space Jam: A New Legacy Drops Trailer, LeBron James & Crew Ready To Ball

Space Jam: A New Legacy Drops Trailer, LeBron James & Crew Ready To Ball


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The sequel to the basic live-action slash animated characteristic House Jam has a summer time launch date, and a brand new trailer for the movie that includes LeBron James simply dropped. The trailer for House Jam: A New Legacy exhibits off King James, Don Cheadle, and a number of acquainted cartoon favorites who all look able to ball.

The brand new trailer dropped Saturday morning (April 3) and options James being remodeled right into a larger-than-life cartoon model of himself, assembly up with the likes of Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, and extra. The sequel practically didn’t get made and has been utterly wrapped since 2019 however daylight is on the horizon because the movie has each a theater launch date and shall be coming to HBO Max for a restricted run freed from cost to paying subscribers.

James performs himself, a basketball legend and international famous person, and is joined by Cedric Joe who performs his fictional son, Dom, who doesn’t wish to be like his father and turn into a hoops star however as a substitute needs to develop video video games. LeBron and Dom are trapped in a digital actuality realm by Al-G Rhythm, performed by Don Cheadle.

The one approach for LeBron and Dom to get house is to tackle a fearsome basketball squad with Bugs, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Lola Bunny, and different Looney Tunes legends to take out Al-G’s Goon squad. Some well-known characters from the huge expanse of Warner Bros. may also star, which embrace the likes of the Iron Large, King Kong, and a few zany characters from the Hanna-Barbera wheelhouse.

Take a look at the trailer under. Preserve scrolling to see some reactions from Twitter.

House Jam: A New Legacy hits theaters on July 16 and can air for 30 days on HBO Max.

Photograph: Warner Bros.


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