- LeBron James, Don Cheadle, Sonequa Martin-Green
- July 16th 2021
- Malcolm D. Lee
LeBron James has to team up with Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tunes pals for a basketball game to rescue his son and return home.
After a 25-year wait, fans of the original Space Jam starring Michael Jordan finally get a sequel, this time starring LeBron James in the lead role.
The Los Angeles Lakers basketball hero, who plays a fictionalised version of himself, is a demanding father who is all business and no fun.
He gives his youngest son Dom (Cedric Joe) a tough ride for not applying himself to basketball and trying to follow in this footsteps, even though Dom doesn’t want to pursue that career – he’s a talented video game developer who has made his own game at the age of 12.
During a meeting at the Warner Bros. lot, they both find themselves trapped in the studio’s Server-Verse, a digital space which hosts all of its IP and is run by the evil Al, G. Rhythm (Don Cheadle).
The only way to get them out of there is for James to play a basketball game – a non-traditional match based on Dom’s video game – with Looney Tunes characters as...