‘Space Jam’ Returns To Theaters For Two Days For 20th Anniversary


Kids of the 1990s rejoice: “Space Jam” is coming back to select theaters around the U.S.

The cult classic starring Michael Jordan, Bugs Bunny and the rest of the “Tune Squad” is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, so Fathom Events and Warner Bros. Entertainment are bringing it back to the big screen to commemorate the milestone. Participating theaters will show the movie on Nov. 13 and 16.

“Space Jam 2” is in the works and reportedly will star LeBron James — Jordan said he would have picked Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin, for what it’s worth — so this should be a good refresher for anyone who hasn’t seen the original in a while. And if you can’t wait until next month, here’s something that’ll definitely pump you up in the meantime.

Thumbnail photo via Sam Sharpe/USA TODAY Sports Images

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