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LeBron James on Monday revealed the uniforms his Tune Squad will wear in the upcoming Space Jam sequel.
The uniforms for Space Jam: A New Legacy are far busier than those worn in the 1996 original starring Michael Jordan. James’ version features a blue and orange color scheme with Looney Tunes circles on the side.
Sneak peek 👀 @spacejammovie @kingjames pic.twitter.com/rmcKDBVqEf
— UNINTERRUPTED (@uninterrupted) August 18, 2020
With James in the lead role, the film features NBA stars Anthony Davis, Klay Thompson, Damian Lillard and Chris Paul, among others.
Legacy comes from director Malcolm D. Lee, known for helming Girls Trip and Night School. The latest draft of the script is from Black Panther filmmaker Ryan Coogler and Searching‘s Sev Ohanian. Space Jam: Legacy is James’ first starring movie role after earning praise for a supporting role in the 2015 Amy Schumer comedy Trainwreck.
In leaked audio, James gave an emotional speech to cast and crew when the Warner Bros. film wrapped, saying in part, “I’m super excited about this film. I grew up idolizing the whole Space Jam everything.”
Space Jam, starring Jordan, featured a number of cameos from NBA all-stars, Bill Murray, Wayne Knight and classic Looney Tunes characters such as Bugs Bunny. It earned more than $230 million globally.
Warner Bros. has Space Jam: Legacy dated to open July 16, 2021.
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