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A New Era”, the film’s sequel opens in Mexico

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A New Era

once again actions Looney Tunes and Basketball joined forces.

This Thursday, July 15, premier Space Jam: A New Legacy (Space Jam: A New Legacy).

The sequel to the film Space Jam (1996), which featured the iconic Warner Bros. characters enter the world of basketball from the hand of Michael Jordan, former star and legendary NBA player.

movie stars

Features of the film Bill Murray and Wayne Knight performing.

Similarly, other NBA stars participate such as: Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Muggy Boggs, Larry Johnson and Sean Bradley, they all play themselves.

a worldwide success

The film, with an investment of $80 million (about 1,600 million pesos), It runs for one hour and 40 minutes and is the first full-length Looney Tunes film.

what’s more, Soundtrack was a real bestseller, becoming number 69 on the Billboard charts American.

plot

In the first installment, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Taz, Lola Bunny, Porky, Sylvestre, Tweety and their granny kidnap Michael Jordan So he can coach them so they can play basketball against the Nerdlux.

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What is the new tape about?

Basketball star LeBron James’ son is kidnapped And must travel the digital world to become and discover cartoons.

a new era

On this, the Warner Brothers Company commented that “LeBron must lead them safely to Bugs, Lola Bunny and the whole Looney Tunes gang”To win over the notoriously undisciplined, digital AI champions on the court – an advanced roster of professional basketball stars like you’ve never seen them before,” says Warner Bros.

Records made by Space Jam

Tape Space Jam: A New Era May Be Seen Even today in cinemas in Mexico, But it will come to the HBO Max platform starting in August

The film was a box office success, grossing over $80 million in the United States alone and nearly $230 million worldwide.

space jam is still Highest grossing basketball film in history.