Following Tuesday’s leak, now Space Jam 2 footage leaks online offering a look at various characters in the movie and confirms that the flick will feature properties from the “WBVerse.”
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The previous leak offered a look at Joker (possibly the fill-in actor for Jared Leto from Birds of Prey), The Mask from the Jim Carrey movie, and Pennywise the Clown from the recent IT films.
This new footage features The Wicked Witch from The Wizard of Oz and even Voldemort from the Harry Potter movies.
Regarding the source of the footage, I believe it’s from the wrap party from back in September of last year.
It’s also claimed Space Jam 2 will feature Agent Smith from The Matrix and characters from Clockwork Orange, Mad Max, and Batman, including Penguin.
Space Jam 2 footage leaks:
It’s Real, It’s Freaking Real. Didn’t Believe Me? Told Y’all That This Isn’t fake. You Can Repost If You Want, But Just Remember To Give Credit. – there you have it, we even have voldemort in this footage. The rumor is the sequel will expand so its not just the Loony Tunes, but other WB properties. So we are looking at DC, Wizard of Oz, Harry Potter potentially, etc etc ( ———— @dcuverse )
Space Jam 2 has a July 16, 2021 release date directed by Malcolm D. Lee with LeBron James producing and starring; Black Panther director Ryan Coogler is also producing.
According to IMDb, also starring in Space Jam 2 includes Marvel actor Don Cheadle and The Walking Dead actress Sonequa Martin-Green.
It’s also said LeBron James’ Lakers teammate Anthony Davis is in the movie, Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets star Chris Paul, Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors, WNBA players including Diana Taurasi, and sisters Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike, with the film also said to feature additional players from the NBA and WNBA as well.
The original Space Jam debuted back in 1996 starring Michael Jordan, Bill Murray, additional NBA players, and the Looney Tune characters that made $230 million worldwide at the box office at the time (around $379 million in today’s dollars).