Movie critics say “Space Jam: A New Legacy” starring LeBron James is one of the worst movies ever made. I’ll trust the experts on this one to avoid looking at it myself. In LeBron’s mind, it doesn’t matter how bad the movie is. As long as it explodes at the box office, any humiliation is worth it. However, the film is not on track to be LeBron and WarnerBros’ financial success. had hoped either because China has yet to give the green light to the film’s release.
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It’s particularly humorous as LeBron has pledged allegiance to President Xi for more than three years for the sake of “Space Jam” revenue.
Without China, “Space Jam 2” risks losing several hundred million dollars. As Clay Travis noted on Twitter, “Space Jam” cost $ 200 million to manufacture and market and is only expected to fetch $ 60-70 million without a release in China.
LeBron worked hard for the friendship of China. He told NBA members to shut up and dribble for Xi, was ready to spread dishonest information about American history, and even tore up the First Amendment to the US Constitution in hopes of releasing “Space Jam In cinemas near where COVID originated and where Uyghur Muslims are held in concentration camps.
Worse yet, LeBron tacitly admits that his career-long “More than an Athlete” campaign is a fraud whenever he refuses to stand up for basic human rights in Hong Kong.
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All for nothing. Thin.
While this kick in President Xi’s nuts undoubtedly hurts, don’t expect LeBron to criticize China for refusing to air his film. LeBron still needs Xi for his Nike brand.
OutKick reached out to WarnerMedia’s HBO Max regarding the China ban. We will update this article if and when we receive a response.
What’s the best way to sum up LeBron’s failed efforts here: poetic justice or just plain hilarious? Your call.
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