The rumors of a Space Jam sequel have been confirmed, the film is in the works.
The Hollywood Reporter reports the director for Fast & Furious 6 and Star Trek Beyond, Justin Lin is involved in the project with NBA Superstar LeBron James.
Released in 1996, the original film was a box office draw, raking in $230.4 million worldwide and it starred Michael Jordan and the top-tier faces of the Looney Tunes. It makes perfect sense that James would become MJ’s successor (in the movie) as he donned the #23 on his jersey for the bulk of his career.
More updates as this story develops.