Space Jam 2 ends Lola Bunny’s erotic look

Space Jam 2 ends Lola Bunny's erotic look

Space Jam 2: A New Legacy will end Lola Bunny’s erotic appearance in the first film Space Jam (1996).

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Director Malcolm D. Lee said: “This is 2021. It is important to reflect the authenticity of strong and capable female characters.”

Below, see a comparison of before and after Lola Bunny in Space Jam 1 and Space Jam 2:

Before and After: Space Jam 2 updates Lola Bunny’s erotic look. Picture: Disclosure

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“Lola’s tunes have possibly the most human features. We have updated many things, not just her appearance, we guarantee that she has shorts with a suitable length and does not withstand objectification, other than being a real voice is”. Director. “We increased her athletic skills and leadership skills and made her a complete character like everyone else.”

In the same interview, D. Lee confirmed that Lola Bunny would be in the same universe as Wonder Woman at the beginning of Space Jam 2.

In the new Space Jam, player LeBron James will star as Michael Jordan in the 1996 classic.

In addition to LeBron, other great players and players from the NBA and WNBA are also confirmed, such as Anthony Davis (Los Angeles Lakers), Kell Thompson (Golden State Warriors), Chris Paul (Oklahoma City), Damian Lillard (Portland Trailblazers) , Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury), Chinny Ogumaike (Los Angeles Sparks) and Neneca Ogwumaike (Los Angeles Sparks).

Space Jam 2: The New Legacy will hit theaters and HBO Max (in the United States) on 16 July 2021. The new streaming service in Brazil will arrive in June.

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*translated by Victor Aliga


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Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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