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What TV or movie projects does LeBron James have lined up now that he’s in L.A.?

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LeBron James considered a variety of factors before signing with the Los Angeles Lakers as a free agent this offseason. Obviously, family and basketball were his top priorities. Aside from prioritizing his wife Savannah, three children (Bronny, Bryce and Zhuri) and career, one of the biggest reasons LeBron signed with the Lakers appears to be increased business opportunities. Make no mistake, LeBron is already a veteran of the entertainment industry. His company SpringHill Entertainment has already produced…

The HBO series The Shop


The NBC game show The Wall

The History Channel documentary Rise Up: The Movement that Changed America

But now that James is in Hollywood, he and his longtime business partner Maverick Carter have been working on a seemingly endless list of creative projects, including…

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The Showtime docuseries Shut Up and Dribble

The HBO documentary Student Athlete

The Starz docuseries Warriors of Liberty City

An ABC development deal for a comedy series, White Dave, with Dwyane Wade’s longtime girlfriend, actress Gabrielle Union

A New Line action-comedy starring Channing Tatum

A Netflix limited series about entrepreneur and activist Madam C.J. Walker, starring Octavia Spencer

A deal with Paramount to produce and star in a film about body swapping written by Steve Mallory

But the projects most fans are most eager to see are the “not” sequels and “not” remakes of two classic 1990s comedies…

House Party

And Space Jam, which James is reportedly set to star in and have final script approval over and also has Black Panther director Ryan Coogler on board as a producer and Terence Nance as director

Whatever project happens to be LeBron’s next lead acting gig will have a lot to live up to, after his critically acclaimed performance in the Amy Schumer and Bill Hader comedy, Trainwreck, in which James played himself and was arguably the highlight of the film.