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Over the years there have been rumours that LeBron James would star in a Space Jam sequel, however, there hasn’t been any official statement from Warner Brothers or James ever confirming interest. But we could be getting close to one.
On Wednesday we learned that Warner Bros has signed James to an “unprecedented agreement” which means James will be involved in movies, T.V. shows and other programs with the company.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) July 22, 2015
Warner Bros also filed for “Space Jam” trademarks last month which could mean that they are preparing a sequel which would more than likely star James.
Fresh off a $30 million opening weekend at the box office for his first movie and with his production company building momentum, LeBron James is partnering with Warner Bros. in an “unprecedented arrangement,” according to the entertainment giant.
The partnership is between Warner, James, and SpringHill Entertainment, the production company owned by James and run on a day-day basis by James’ friend and long-time business partner, Maverick Carter.
Per the agreement, SpringHill will work on movies, TV, and original digital content for Warner. That means James’ name will be listed on many of those projects as an executive producer and he could hold acting roles in those movies/and shows.