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LeBron James sets 'Black Panther's' Ryan Coogler to produce 'Space Jam' sequel

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    MimicSquid
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    And here I thought that combined live-action and animation was dead. I admit to curiosity, but there'll be a high bar to clear to prove that it's not just another nostalgia-mining attempt.

    And here I thought that combined live-action and animation was dead. I admit to curiosity, but there'll be a high bar to clear to prove that it's not just another nostalgia-mining attempt.

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    1. s4b3r6
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      I really hope they remember to combine physical effects, like in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, and don't go full-CGI, as would be tempting and cheaper... But more noticeable.

      I really hope they remember to combine physical effects, like in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, and don't go full-CGI, as would be tempting and cheaper... But more noticeable.

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    2. EscReality
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      I loved the original Space Jam (and most of the other live action-animation from that era). Even if it is a blatant nostalgia grab, as long as it is half decent I am totally in.

      I loved the original Space Jam (and most of the other live action-animation from that era).

      Even if it is a blatant nostalgia grab, as long as it is half decent I am totally in.

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