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FutureStarrLeBron James Toy Review
LeBron James is one of the most adored athletes in history. A star on the basketball court and an entrepreneur off it, LeBron James has achieved great success both on and off the court.
The Los Angeles Lakers star has earned an impressive $127 million over the past year through his numerous brand partnerships, such as Blaze Pizza, Tonal and Lyft ridesharing service.
The Legacy MAFEX LeBron James Action Figure is an impressive addition to Medicom's top-tier toy lineup. Standing 6 2/3-inches tall and featuring 3 interchangeable head sculpts, a basketball with energy effect parts and a posable figure stand, this action figure also stars in its own miniseries entitled Space Jam: The Legend Continues.
Space Jam, a PG-rated film, seamlessly blends live action and animation to tell the tale of how Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Taz, Porky Pig, Sylvester and Yosemite Sam recruit Michael Jordan to help them win an intergalactic basketball game. Not only is the result entertaining; but it also inspires young viewers to stand up for what they believe in.
There are some major flaws though. The movie features clunky dialogue, unimpressive CGI effects and too long shots. There's also some mild profanity and an inappropriate female rabbit character. Although this film makes a sincere attempt to bring back Looney Tunes in some meaningful way, it fails miserably.
One of the more impressive aspects of the movie was its IMAX presentation - it marked the first time an animated film had ever been shown in widescreen format. To ensure a true 1:85:1 experience for viewers, production took on several challenges.
It was a big hit with both adults and children alike, becoming even a box office sensation. Amidst all that hype, the film earned both an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture - Comedy. Additionally, it became hugely successful on home video, earning itself a place among the 10 greatest family movies of all time.
This Legacy LeBron James Ultimate Tune Squad Action Figure is the ideal addition to any collection! Standing at 12", this electronic toy figure features articulated arms and legs as well as eight memorable phrases from the film, such as "C'mon, Michael Jordan!" Additionally, he comes with four cool accessories that attach to his body: ACME Blocker, Basketball, and Basket Boom!
NBA star Michael Jordan joins forces with The Looney Tunes to fight a group of aliens who wish to turn cartoon characters into attractions at their outer space theme park. Aided by Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Tweety Bird and other Tunes characters, Jordan leads his team in defeating Nerdlucks.
Though released shortly after Jordan's first retirement from basketball, this film proved surprisingly successful at the box office and spawned an array of toys including action figures and stuffed animals.
In this live-action and animated film, the Looney Tunes attempt to recruit basketball legend Michael Jordan to lead them in an intergalactic game of basketball. While some critics found the movie offensive, many more found it to be a delightful family outing.
It was also notable for its brand promotion and self-referential humor. As Jordan's publicist (played by Wayne Knight from Seinfeld) tells him, it's time for "Hanes on, Nikes on, Wheaties and Gatorade in."
On November 15, 1996, Joe Pytka directed "NBA Legends," featuring many well-known players and coaches such as Danny Ainge, Eric Gordon, Manner Washington, Bill Murray, Penny Bae Bridges, and Larry Bird. The movie had its world premiere at The Paramount Theatre in Los Angeles on November 15th 1996.
Though some critics found the film offensive, others praised its visual effects. Additionally, this was the first major live-action movie to feature animated characters.
One of the primary criticisms of Space Jam was its departure from the original Looney Tunes movies, which were generally lighthearted and kid-friendly. In this movie, however, some characters make some offensive remarks and feature a new "sexy" female bunny, making it less innocent than its predecessors.
Basketball superstar LeBron James joins forces with his Looney Tunes friends in this thrilling sequel. Backed by an inspiring voice cast, this determined group must battle against a malicious artificial intelligence's avatars on an epic universe-spanning journey.
Space Jam: A New Legacy is an American sports comedy film based on the 1991 animated film of the same name, directed by Joe Pytka and produced by Ivan Reitman. Released by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment on November 15, 1996, it became a huge box office hit, earning over 90 million dollars in the United States alone and $230 million worldwide.
This film takes place in a cyberworld and follows NBA player LeBron James as he rallies Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tazmanian Devil and other Looney Tunes characters to help him defeat AI avatars in basketball games. Voice appearances by Don Cheadle, Khris Davis, Sonequa Martin-Green, Cedric Joe and Jeff Bergman round out the voice cast.
This screen-accurate 8" figure of LeBron James is dressed in his Tune Squad uniform and boasts over 20 points of articulation to give fans plenty of posing options. Plus, the figure also includes a magnetic basketball that can be attached to any set of hands for added play value.
ACME Baller Figure line also offers a LeBron James figure as well as the B-Ball Blocker for protecting his home court! This 5-inch figure of LeBron features an articulated head, arms and legs as well as a basketball accessory attached to his left hand.
Fans of the film can also pick up a set of Legacy Space Jam Plush B-Ball Buddies! These cuddly buddies are stuffed with soft, luxurious fabrics for maximum comfort - great both for cuddling or slamming a dunk!
These plush B-Ball Buddies are just the right size to snuggle up next to your child! Each one is dressed in their uniform and ready for some slam dunk action! Plus, each has a "To & From" hangtag for an adorable gift idea!
Jocelyn Blue, Charity James, June Melby and Colleen Wainwright voice the "Nerdluck" squad of transformed Looney Tunes characters. This includes orange leader Pound, blue dimwitted Blanko, green neurotic Bang and red Nawt; plus producer Ivan Reitman's daughter Catherine as purple Bupkus.
In Space Jam: A New Legacy, the Looney Tunes have joined forces with basketball great LeBron James for an exciting cyberworld journey. Now you can collect all your favorite characters from the film in the form of these stretchy Goo Heroes!
This 5" action figure of LeBron James (Power Up) is filled with an amazing "power gel," that allows him to grow three times his original size! Collect all 4 Goo Heroes and bring all of the on-court action from the film right into your home!
Goo Heroes add to the excitement, featuring squishy, stretchy and gooey characters that allow kids to engage with them in an entirely new way! Each character features a different type of goo for added character variety - perfect additions to any Space Jam collection!
Goo Heroes are the perfect way for your child to meet their favorite superheroes and villains! Plus, they're just the right size to serve as toys for younger kids!
In 2021, LeBron James is a renowned basketball player with his own television show and two sons - Darius and Dom. His dedication to sports has never wavered; he's even willing to sacrifice personal dreams for the sake of improving the game. Additionally, he's shown some playful side by chest bumping Foghorn Leghorn and giving Taz multiple high fives.
LeBron is struggling to establish a connection with his son, Dom, despite his success. When LeBron and his family visit Warner Bros. studio, Dom expresses an interest in their software - particularly Al-G Rhythm - the studio's artificial intelligence program which can control and direct Dom's behavior within various games.
Dom gradually comes to understand himself and shows an interest in the software. Al-G then challenges Dom to a game of basketball in a virtual world where they will be trapped if they lose, with all Tunes permanently deleted.
LeBron and his son are transported into a virtual universe created by Warner Bros., where all of its various worlds reside.