Space Jam 2 leaks have hit the net offering the film will include Joker, The Mask, Pennywise and potentially more properties from the Warner Bros. vast universe of films.
An Instagram page has posted a pair of images, said to be from LeBron James' Space Jam 2, that include what may be the Jared Leto Joker (though possibly played by a different actor or a different version?), Pennywise the Clown from the recent IT movies, and a look at what may be Jim Carrey as The Mask, playing the ref for the big game in the flick.
Worth a mention is that all three characters share in common that they are all basically clowns and villains.
Redditors also offer Space Jam 2 will feature properties from other Warner Bros. films including Harry Potter, Wizard of Oz and even The Matrix.
"This is true. Mad Max characters, Clockwork Orange, Joker, Pennywise, Penguin, Wicked Witch of West, Agent Smith are all in it," claims a Redditor.
So, essentially, similar to LEGO Batman, Space Jam 2 is a "WBverse" flick that will incorporate various characters and cameos from all the WB movies.
Update: Footage has leaked online.
Space Jam 2 leaks:
NO WAY, NO F**KING WAY, THERE'S NO WAY WE'RE GETTING THE JOKER, PENNYWISE AND THE F**KING MASK IN #SPACEJAM2 . GUESS LETO'S NOT GETTING RECASTED ------ IF JIM CARREY IS NOT RETURNING AS THE MASK, I'M LITERALLY GONNA KILL MYSELF!!!! CAN'T BELIEVE NO ONE HAS POSTED THIS EXCEPT ME ( ------------ @dcuverse )
Space Jam 2 filmed last summer and wrapped September 2019; the film gets released July 16, 2021 directed by Malcolm D. Lee with LeBron James producing and starring, with Black Panther director Ryan Coogler also producing. According to IMDb, also starring in Space Jam 2 includes Marvel's War Machine actor Don Cheadle and The Walking Dead's Sonequa Martin-Green. A previous report revealed various athletes including LeBron's Lakers teammate Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets star Chris Paul, Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors, in addition to WNBA players including Diana Taurasi, and sisters Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike, with the movie also said to feature additional players from the NBA and WNBA as well.
The original animated movie version premiered 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.