Yesterday, Warner Brothers announced that LeBron James had signed a development deal with the company following the not-so-unanimous-but-totally-fine critical praise for his role in Trainwreck. NBA and Looney Tunes enthusiasts immediately jumped to the conclusion that this could only mean one thing:SPACE JAM 2. Adding fuel to the fire, Warner Bros. filed a bunch of trademarks related to the property, meaning that its very possible we’ll see LeBron suiting up for the Tune Squad. So whose in for the rematch? Let’s consider the possibilities.
With signs (and registered trademarks) pointing to a sequel to Space Jam, we take a look at who should be included in the most necessary sequel ever.