Isn’t it interesting to be a part of the worst award show? Ask LeBron James, he will give the right answer. Because of its unique approach among various award shows, Razzie is a very popular award show which appreciates filmmakers and star casts. Space Jam 2 has been nominated as the worst picture of the year in the Golden Raspberry Award Show.
Along with this, LeBron James, the NBA star also has been nominated as the worst actor for the film, Space Jam 2. It was released on 16th July 2021. Because of its popularity, the NBA star is on the news for a month now. Razzie acknowledges the award in the worst acting, directing, and film category.
There are other films and actors who are on the list for the 42nd Razzie Award show or the Golden Raspberry Awards. Those include Scott Eastwood, Roe Hartrampf, Ben Platt, and Mark Wahlberg. The nomination includes two other categories also including the worst couple.
Watching LeBron James in Space Jam 2 is of course fun. Being an NBA star, he can’t satisfy audiences with his acting performance. Rather he is better at Basketball. Though the movie doesn’t disappoint at the box office, it failed to capture critics’ attention. It is no doubt that the film maintains the legacy of Michael Jordan.
Razzie Award show, popularly known as the ugly cousin to Oscar will announce the winners on 26th March. The show recognizes someone’s effort in a movie and that’s not at all a bad initiative. Whether you like it or not, it’s an interesting and unique way of appreciating someone’s job.
An Overview of Space Jam 2: A New Legacy
Directed by Malcolm D. Lee, Space Jam: A New Legacy details the story of LeBron James, a famed basketball player rescuing his son by teaming up with the Looney Tunes Squad and defeating a basketball game. It’s a sequel to 1996’s Space Jam. The new film casts LeBron James, Don Cheadle, Zendaya, and others.
This animated film is available on various platforms including Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV, and Apple TV as well. It’s an entertaining film for kids.