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“Space Jam: A New Legacy” bounced into movie theaters on Friday, but if you want to watch from the comforts of home, you can stream the film exclusively on HBO Max. LeBron James, Don Cheadle, Kris Davis, Sonequa Martin-Green, newcomer Cedric Joe, and Zendaya (as the voice of Lola Bunny) star in the part live-action, part-animated film featuring beloved “Looney Tunes” characters including Bugs Bunny (Jeff Bergman), Tweety (Bob Bergen), Tasmanian Devil (Fred Tatasciore), Granny (Candi Milo), and Porky Pig (Eric Bauza).
Directed by Malcolm D. Lee and produced by Ryan Coogler and James’s business partner, Maverick Carter, “Space Jam: A New Legacy” revolves around an epic basketball tournament that kicks off when James and his son Dom (Joe) get trapped in a digital dimension by a tyrannical A.I. character named Al-G Rhythm (Cheadle). James must get them home safely by leading Bugs, Lola, and the rest of the Tune Squad in a basketball game against A.I. champions. “Space Jam: A New Legacy” features NBA players Damian Lillard, Anthony Davis, Nneka Ogwumike, and Clay Thomas, all of whom voice characters on the opposing Goon Squad.
Not sure if you already have access to HBO Max? If you’re subscribed to HBO through cable providers and streaming platforms such as Xfinity, Verizon Fios, ATT TV, Philo, Amazon Prime, or Roku, then HBO Max is automatically included in your subscription at no extra cost. If you’re not already signed up, HBO Max is a great platform for hit movies, classics shows, and exclusive releases.
For $14.99 a month ($149.99 a year), subscribers get unlimited, ad-free streaming to enjoy thousands of hours of movies and TV shows, curated kids’ programming (with parental controls), personalized streaming for up to five different account profiles, and you can download your favorites titles and watch them offline, as well as stream from multiple devices. New subscribers can enjoy HBO Max with a seven-day free trial by opening a Hulu account, and you can cancel anytime.
HBO Max’s add-free membership package includes every Warner Bros. film slated for release this year for the first 31 days after the film hit theaters. The streaming giant recently introduced a cheaper, ad-supported tier for $9.99 but you won’t be allowed to watch “Space Jam: A New Legacy” and other new Warner Bros. movies, or download titles to watch offline.
From blockbusters, cartoons, documentaries, and beyond, HBO Max pretty much has all of you streaming needs covered. And if you love addictive TV series, the platform offers a mixture of new and classic shows such as, “The Nevers” “Mare of Easttown,” “Hacks,” and “The Undoing,” “Game of Thrones,” “Oz,” “Girls,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “True Blood,” “In Treatment,” “Euphoria,” “Lovecraft Country,” “Insecure,” “Big Little Lies,” and “Westworld.” Additional Warner Bros. releases heading to HBO Max this year include, “The Suicide Squad,” “Reminiscence,” “Malignant,” and the “The Matrix 4.”