LeBron James Fires Back At The ‘Haters’ As Space Jam 2 Is Set To Make $32 Million During Opening Weekend Despite Terrible Reviews

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LeBron James seems pretty happy with the box office response to Space Jam 2 despite critics ripping the movie to shreds.

Earlier this week before the release of Space Jam: A New Legacy, movie critics took turns lambasting LeBron’s new flick being a long ad for Warner Bros properties.

According to Deadline, LeBron’s version of Space Jam is making a ton of money in the box office while it’s also available for streaming on HBO Max.

Via Deadline

Saturday AM Update: Warner Bros.’ long awaited sequel to the 25-year old family classic Space Jam —Space Jam: A New Legacy—had a four point shot at the box office yesterday, with $13.1M at 3,965 theaters, for what will be a $32M opening weekend.

The results squash the second Friday and anticipated weekend of Disney/Marvel’s Black Widow,

Space Jam: A New Legacy‘s opening reps the biggest for Warner Bros. during the pandemic, besting Godzilla vs. Kong‘s 3-day of $28.2M and the best opening for a family movie. The pic is also available day-and-date in homes on HBO Max

LeBron immediately took to Twitter to show the box office numbers to the Space Jam 2 “haters.”