Well, he didn't say no.
During a Twitter Ask Me Anything Q&A session Tuesday, LeBron James commented on the rumors linking him to a Space Jam sequel.
A fan asked him, somewhat unsurprisingly and straight up, if he would be part of Space Jam 2 (or whatever title the potential film ends up with). James recently agreed to a deal with Warner Bros. (who own the Looney Tunes characters and production rights) to produce movies, TV and other content. The trail of bread crumbs has been growing since, though public opinions on making a sequel to the classic film starring Michael Jordan have been widely mixed.
“Maybe...” James responded. ”Guess we'll just have to wait and see.” He then added the (misspelled but intriguing) hashtag, “#LooneyToonsRock.”
What does this cryptic message mean? Will LeBron James star in Space Jam 2? Will it involve Paul Pierce saving the day in his emoji spaceship? Will the Cavaliers win the 2015 title? Will Bill Murray show up in the fourth quarter?
Find out on the next episode of LeBron fields Twitter questions.
- Jeremy Woo