Well, this is quite problematic.
Just like the original film, you would think other top players would be beating down LeBron’s door to be in this movie, but that isn’t the case.
According to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, The King can’t seem to get any top NBA talent to star alongside him in this movie.
For the young people who never got a chance to watch the film, the original featured Michael Jordan teaming up with the Looney Tunes to take on the wicked Monstars in a game of basketball. That film has basically been immortalized since his airness went on to become the greatest basketball player of all-time.
It was back in September 2008 that Ryan Coogler, the acclaimed Black Panther director, had signed on to produce the sequel, with Random Acts of Flyness creator Terence Nance confirmed as the project’s director.
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