It’s been 25 years since the first Space Jam graced our screens, and now the LeBron James-led sequel – Space Jam: A New Legacy – is here. It’s also the first film in cinemas to feature Looney Tunes characters since 2003.
Also starring is Don Cheadle, Khris Davis, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Cedric Joe, with Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, and Zendaya voicing some of the Loony Tunes characters.
If you’d like to know how you can watch Space Jam: A New Legacy both in the cinemas and at home, then we’ve rounded up everything you need to know. We also have a similar article for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad.
When does Space Jam 2 release?
Space Jam: A New Legacy is available both in cinemas and for streaming. You can watch the official trailer below:
Where to buy Space Jam: A New Legacy cinema tickets
You can get your tickets for Space Jam 2 now from Cineworld, Odeon, Vue, Showcase and Empire in the UK, and Fandango, AMC and Atom Tickets if you’re in the US.
Where to rent and buy Space Jam: A New Legacy on VOD and DVD
Space Jam: A New Legacy is now available to rent digitally from UK VOD services. The cheapest place to watch it is Amazon, where it costs £5.99.
If you want to own Space Jam 2 in the UK, you can either get the digital download on 11 October, or buy it on DVD/Blu-Ray on 25 October.
In the US you can buy it now, with costs starting from $29.99.
How to watch Space Jam: A New Legacy on HBO Max
Space Jam 2 was available on the streaming service HBO Max, but it was only on the platform for a month after the release. It may return to HBO Max in the future.
An account costs either $14.99 per month for ad-free viewing, or £9.99 for ad-supported viewing and no brand new Warner Bros. cinematic releases.