Does Lebron James son play in Space Jam?
Young Actor Cedric Joe Stars as LeBron James' Son in "Space Jam: A New Legacy" Get ready to jam: The Looney Tunes gang is back in action! ... One face fans might not immediately recognize, however, is 16-year-old Cedric Joe, who plays Dom James (LeBron's son) and is excited for his film debut. Sports Illustrated KidsYoung Actor Cedric Joe Stars as LeBron James' Son in "Space Jam: A New Legacy"
Is lebrons family in Space Jam 2?
Is LeBron James' real family in 'Space Jam'? Jordan's family and real kids were not in the original, however their names (Jeffrey, Marcus, and Jasmine) were used. "New Legacy" features actors portraying James' family, with different names to highlight the fictional storyline. USA TODAY'Space Jam: A New Legacy' burning questions: Is that LeBron James' mansion? And his real family?
How much did Space Jam 2 make?
Box Office: 'Space Jam 2' Dunks On 'Black Widow' With $13.1 Million Friday. I cover the film industry. By normal standards, a $150 million sci-fi kid-friendly sequel like Malcom D. Lee's Space Jam: A New Legacy opening with “just” $13.1 million yesterday would be a slight underperformance. ForbesBox Office: ‘Space Jam 2’ Dunks On ‘Black Widow’ With $13.1 Million Friday
Is the new space jam out?
Space Jam: A New Legacy debuted on HBO Max on Friday July 16, the same day as its U.S. theatrical release. You'll be able to stream Space Jam 2 for free on HBO Max for 31 days, just like the other blockbuster premieres. Space Jam: A New Legacy leaves HBO Max on August 16. Rolling StoneHow to Watch ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Online: Stream the Sequel Free on HBO Max
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New films streaming and in theaters this weekend: LeBron James stars in 'Space Jam: A New Legacy,' and Nicolas Cage has a tender turn in 'Pig.'
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Need to beat the heat and watch a new movie this weekend? There are plenty of places to see them with theaters back up and running for the summer season and new films still streaming at home to entertain you and your family.
This weekend, LeBron James partners with the animated Looney Tunes gang for a new family basketball comedy, Nicolas Cage is on a mission to get his pig back in a food-themed drama, Diego Boneta and Alexandra Daddario ("The White Lotus") play a neo-noir Romeo and Juliet in a modern-day crime romance, and Netflix debuts a female-centric action extravaganza starring Karen Gillan ("Guardians of the Galaxy") and a final chapter of a retro horror trilogy.
Here's a guide to movies that'll satisfy every cinematic taste, whether you want to mask up for a trip to the nearest big screen or you're fine hunkering down on the couch:
The 1996 original "Jam," which partnered a live-action Michael Jordan with an animated Bugs Bunny and Co., gets reimagined (but not improved) for a new generation with this forgettable adventure. This time, James is the A-list NBA superstar who has to hoop it up with the undisciplined cartoon characters to save him and his gamer son (Cedric Joe) when a villainous digital algorithm (Don Cheadle) takes them to the Warner Bros. digital "Server-verse." Plenty of cameos and corporate IP can't make up for a lacking narrative.
Where to watch: In theaters and on HBO Max
The Oscar-winning actor plays an Oregon truffle hunter whose beloved pig is kidnapped. That means a bloody revenge quest, right? Nope. Featuring a wonderfully soulful turn from Cage, this intriguingly quirky, somewhat bittersweet and surprisingly tender drama has more in common with "The Fisher King" than "John Wick," as Cage's bearded hermit ventures to Portland with his young buyer (Alex Wolff) to find his porcine best friend and revisit a past he abruptly left behind.
Where to watch: In theaters
Director Leigh Janiak's excellent teen slasher trilogy, based on the R.L. Stine books, has chronicled how a witch's curse and a history of killers plagued the town of Shadyside in 1994 and 1978. The final chapter jumps back to the 17th century, with cast members playing different personalities or their main characters' ancestors in a narrative about forbidden love and chilling oppression, before wrapping up the movies in killer fashion, where they started.
Where to watch:Netflix
In the original 2019 film "Escape Room," six Chicago strangers were picked to compete for $10,000 by navigating deadly puzzles and trap-filled rooms. The sequel reunites the two survivors (Taylor Russell and Logan Miller), who travel to Manhattan to uncover the diabolical mystery corporation behind these high-tech shenanigans but walk right into another round to be played with other previous winners. "Champions" isn't as clever as the first movie, and worse, it's more interested in creating a franchise than telling a good story.
Where to watch: In theaters
Following in the family business of her missing mom (Lena Headey), a deadly assassin (Gillan) has to keep an 8-year-old girl (Chloe Coleman) safe after offing a Russian gangster and angering a powerful crime syndicate. While the explosive, candy-colored thriller is too derivative to feel refreshing – borrowing liberally from "Kill Bill" and "John Wick" – there are a couple of enjoyable shootouts, plus Michelle Yeoh, Angela Bassett and Carla Gugino play a great bunch of gun-toting allies for the main antiheroine.
Where to watch:Netflix
Surrounded by a bunch of kooky characters and way too many subplots, Daddario and Boneta play the rebellious black sheep of two warring media-conglomerate families, who also were childhood sweethearts. After a forced time apart, they fall back in love but have to deal with weirdo hitmen, insane potential suitors and overbearing parents. The leads are watchable and the movie's plenty stylish, yet it's essentially a middling retread of a tale we know all too well.
The seafaring thriller tries its best to be a new twist on the shark picture like "The Shallows," but can't even reach the level of "Jaws 3-D." Katrina Bowden and Aaron Jakubenko play the owners of a tourist-friendly charter plane on the Australian coast who are hired by a wealthy couple (Kimie Tsukakoshi and Tim Kano) for a quick trip. Unfortunately, the plane is attacked and sunk by a hungry great white, leaving the survivors bickering on a raft as a toothy predator lurks around them.
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