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 Michael Jordan in Space Jam a new legacy?
While Michael Jordan does not appear in the film, he also makes a photographic cameo on the original Space Jam's poster shown in Al G. Rythym's Warner 3000 pitch. wikipedia.orgSpace Jam: A New Legacy
Is Lebron's real 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?
The basketball movie, a standalone sequel to 1996’s “Space Jam,” brought in $13.1 million from 3,965 locations on Friday, scoring Warner Bros.’ largest pandemic debut, as well as the largest pandemic opening for a family film. Those earnings put “Space Jam: A New Legacy” at the top spot on this weekend’s domestic box office charts, with some industry experts predicting the live-action and animated film could pull in up to $35 million over the weekend. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee and starring LeBron James, Don Cheadle and Zendaya, “Space Jam: A New Legacy” follows a fictionalized version of James as he teams up with Looney Tunes characters in a basketball game to save his son from an evil AI.
Last weekend’s box office champion, Marvel and Disney’s “Black Widow,” experienced a steep 80% decline in ticket sales, earning roughly $8 million from 4,275 theaters on Friday. The superhero movie starring Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh is estimated to make another $24.6 million over the weekend, bringing its total earnings to $130.3 million.
Coming in at No. 3 is “Escape Room: Tournament of Champions,” which earned $3.815 million from 2,815 locations on Friday. The psychological horror sequel to 2019’s “Escape Room” is projected to earn a total of $8.6 million this weekend.
The top five is rounded out by box office mainstay “F9” and animated family film “The Boss Baby: Family Business.” “F9” took in $2.18 million on Friday, and is expected to raise its cume to an impressive $153.9 million this weekend. “The Boss Baby” sequel made another $1.4 million on Friday, and is set to raise its total box office earnings to $44.3 million.
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17 July, 2021 - 01:10pm