“I loved his vision” for “Black Panther,” James said of Coogler.
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Two months ago, basketball superstar LeBron James joined the Los Angeles Lakers.The long-awaited sequel to "Space Jam" – the 1996 live-action animated film starring NBA legends Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Charles Barkley and Patrick Ewing – is finally moving forward.Independent filmmaker Terence Nance – the creator of HBO's quirky comedy "Random Acts of Flyness" – is tapped to direct the film for Warner Brothers.The original film featured the Looney Tunes characters – Bugs, Daffy Duck and friends – who recruit Jordan to help them win a basketball game against the Monstars, a team of animated alien villains who steal the talents of other NBA icons.
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