Michael B. Jordan fans want the actor to take his love for anime to the big screen with a unique spin on updating Space Jam.
Director Justin Lin offers a hefty update on Space Jam 2, breaking down the logistics of why it hasn't happened it.
Warner Bros.' 1996 live-action/animation hybrid Space Jam gets torn to shreds in an honest trailer that takes Michael Jordan down the court.
Blake Griffin and Jimmy Butler are ready to take the game back in a Space Jam inspired Foot Locker commercial.
Original Space Jam director Joe Pytka reveals Tiger Woods was written into an early Space Jam 2 draft, while Spike Lee almost wrote the first movie.
In a recent fan poll, Michael Jordan beat LeBron James and Mike Tyson as favorite athlete turned actor.
Fathom Events is bringing Space Jam back to theaters in honor of the movie's 20th anniversary for multiple screenings.
Original Space Jam star Michael Jordan offers his pick for which current NBA player should star in Space Jam 2.
Joe Pytka, who directed the original 1996 Space Jam, doesn't think the time is right for Space Jam 2 for one important reason.
Star Trek Beyond director Justin Lin has entered talks to direct Space Jam 2, which will star NBA superstar LeBron James.
While Space Jam 2 may happen sometime in the far off future, there is no production start date set at this time.
LeBron James lets it be know that he definitely wants to make Space Jam 2, and that he's missing Bugs and Daffy.
With much speculation swirling around LeBron James and Space Jam 2, the NBA All-Star hints that news is coming soon.
LeBron James signs a new partnership with Warner Bros. after his hilarious turn in Trainwreck, re-sparking rumors of Space Jam 2.
ESPN's Brian Windhorst claims that this anticipated sequel is not in the works at Warner Bros. at this time.
The Looney Tunes will join other NBA All-Stars, with a screenplay by Willie Ebersol.
Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd return for this all-new Looney Tunes short in theaters with Journey 2: The Mysterious Island February 10th.
The Cartoon Network will initiate a "booth takeover" for a day's worth of kid-friendly events.
Stars and producers from hit series Supernatural, Chuck, The Big Bang Theory and more will appear in San Diego this year.
Sylvester the Cat, Tweety Bird, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner are all set to return in three 3D shorts for Warner Bros.