Space Jam is an American live-action/animated sports comedy film starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny. It was directed by Joe Pytka, with Tony Cervone directing the animation segments of the film in 1995. Space Jam grossed $230 million worldwide against its production budget of $90 million, becoming the highest-grossing basketball movie of all time. Space Jam is also the third-highest grossing non-Disney animated movie of all time, behind Ice Age: Continental Drift and Shrek.
About Space Jam 3
Space Jam is a Space adventure film and the third installment in the Space Jam trilogy. The movie doesn’t have any official release date. This animated Space jam stars LeBron James and Hollywood actors such as Lola Kirke et al. Space Jam is set to release worldwide very soon, so keep your eyes peeled for more updates about this Space Adventure!
The plot of Space Jam revolves around the Looney Tunes characters who have been enslaved by an evil alien called Boogaloo (narrated by Michael B Jordan). After being captured during their match against the Nerdlucks at Moron Mountain and subsequently imprisoned in an abandoned amusement park attraction named Morontowne, they are contacted by Charles Barkley – voiced here by Kevin Hart – who promises to free them if they can help him find his lost basketball.
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This film also has incredible music lined up thanks to artists like Cardi B (who is nominated for four Grammy awards), Migos, and Big Boi.
There are currently no confirmed plans for a sequel to Space Jam from Warner Bros. However, former NBA player Baron Davis has indicated an interest in directing a third Space Jam film, even pitching his idea to The New York Times in an interview.
Some of the film’s live-action cast play fictional versions of themselves:
- Michael Jordan as himself
- Brandon Hammond as Michael Jordan (10 years old)
- Wayne Knight as Stan Podolak
- Theresa Randle as Juanita Jordan, Jordan’s wife
- Manner Washington as Jeffrey Jordan, Jordan’s eldest son
- Eric Gordon as Marcus Jordan, Jordan’s youngest son
- Penny Bae Bridges as Jasmine Jordan, Jordan’s daughter
- Charles Barkley as himself
- Shawn Bradley as himself
- Patrick Ewing as himself
- Larry Johnson as himself
- Muggsy Bogues as himself
- Thom Barry as James Jordan, Michael’s father