When it comes to Space Jam 2, Terence Nance is out and Malcolm D. Lee is in. Nance has departed the project due to creative differences, and now Girls Trip director Lee will take over to helm the sequel to the 1996 animated/live-action hybrid that people seem to love for some reason. LeBron James is starring in this follow-up, which will presumably see him teaming up with the Looney Tunes for more basketball-based hijinks.
Deadline broke the news regarding Malcolm D. Lee taking over as the Space Jam 2 director. Per their reporting, the departure of original director Terence Nance was “amicable, and essentially the filmmaker and the studio/producers had different takes on the creative vision for Space Jam 2.” While I have no emotional investment in anything having to do with Space Jam, I will say it’s a bit of a