LeBron James to star in Space Jam 2?

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LeBron James has added fuel to the fire about him possibly being the star in Space Jam 2.

The Cleveland Cavaliers forward has been rumoured to take the place of Michael Jordan in a remake or sequel of the famous Looney Tunes movie since he signed a content creation deal with Warner Bros. earlier this month.

Warner Bros. produced the 1996 film that starred the former Chicago Bulls star.


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The two-time NBA Champion was doing a Q&A session on his twitter account yesterday, where he was answering various questions such as what his favourite cartoon of all time is and what superpower he'd have for a day.

Tom and Jerry and teleportation incase you were wondering.

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He was also asked by a fan if he would be taking part in the potential Space Jam 2. James didn't give a definite answer, but he didn't dismiss the idea either.

Warner Bros also filed new trademarks for Space Jam a month before signing James to a deal, further implying a new movie could be on the cards.

This wouldn't be the 11-time NBA All-Star's first acting role, as he has also played himself in the recently released comedy movie Trainwreck starring Judd Apatow, Amy Schumer, and John Cena.

In the rest of the Q&A session, King James also revealed he is scared of Ronda Rousey, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul are his closest NBA friends, him and Kevin Love are cool (WHAT?), and he isn't going to play in the NFL.

He also said he likes listening to Drake's and Jay Z's music, he thinks Kobe Bryant is good at basketball, the cities he enjoys playing in(The Decision Part Three?), and that he loves his haters.

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