LeBron James' Space Jam 2 is getting a rewriter from Ryan Coogler and Sev Ohanian as the studio tries to lock down other NBA stars.
Space Jam 2 is preparing to begin production this summer in California, but it might not have some extra NBA star power behind it.
Warner Bros. and SpringHill Entertainment have announced the release date for LeBron James' Space Jam 2, which begins filming this summer.
During a recent interview, LeBron James confirmed that Space Jam 2 will begin production this summer, with Ryan Coogler producing.
Space Jam 2 is taking part in Program 2.0, which will see a large tax break for filming in California.
In the wake of Halloween's success, NBA legend LeBron James is in talks to bring back Jason in a Friday the 13th reboot.
Black Panther director Ryan Coogler will producer Space Jam 2 starring LeBron James, which is expected to film next year.
Lebron James' Space Jam 2 remains mysterious, but it looks like Terence Nance will end up directing the movie.
A new rumor suggests that LeBron James will announce his new team in a trailer for Space Jam 2.
NBA star LeBron James is producing New Line's House Party remake, with Atlanta writers Stephen Glover and Jamal Olori penning the script.
LeBron James took his annual Halloween costume party to the next level when he showed up as Pennywise from Stephen King's IT.
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.
LeBron James tries to coaches a doctor on how to deal with a woman the day after they had sex in the new Judd Apatow Trainwreck starring Amy Schumer.
Method Man signs on for a supporting role in the comedy, which stars Amy Schumer as a young woman who tries to rebuild her life.
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.
The actor will play a man living in the shadow of his brother, an NBA superstar. Brian Grazer is producing for Universal Pictures.
A controversial new animated short kills off pop icons for crimes against culture.