Space Jam 2: A New Legacy premiered and it brought out a ton of big names for LeBron James’ new collaboration with the Looney Tunes.

Tons of celebs showed up to attend the Space Jam 2 premiere. The NBA superstar also hosted a bash afterward to celebrate the big release with an even bigger after party.

King James went to Six Flags Magic Mountain on Tuesday night for this huge event. Mega names like Don Cheadle, Chris Brown, G-Easy, Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly, Tiffany Haddish, Olivia Rodrigo, Tyga, and more were there as well.

The new movie isn’t set for a release until July 16th, but those megastars got an easy look at the new flick. This movie has years of hype behind it and it has also been in development hell for the longest time. Hopefully, the final result will give fans what they were expecting out of a sequel for Space Jam.

LeBron James was there with his wife Savannah and his children as well. Bronny is also looking very tall nowadays. It’s no wonder why he’s getting serious looks as someone who can be in the next generation, for real.

We’ll have to see how Space Jam 2: A New Legacy turns out once the final product drops. Plenty of people have high hopes right now. If anything, the Space Jam franchise can still bring plenty of big names to the party, especially if LeBron James is hosting the event.

What’s your take on Space Jam 2? Are you pumped for it? Sound off in the comments!

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