LeBron James must have enjoyed his well-received supporting role in "Trainwreck," because it is clear he is far from done with the movie business.
This past week he signed a content creation deal with Warner Bros. that includes potential projects in digital properties, television and, yup, film.
The news revived long-simmering speculation he might star in a sequel to the 1996 Michael Jordan classic, "Space Jam."
Capital New York reported that last month Warner Bros. filed for new trademarks for "Space Jam." Hmm.
By the way, season two of "Survivor's Remorse," the Starz show for which James is an executive producer, begins Aug. 22. It's kind of like HBO's "Ballers," only better.