Toon Squad goals accomplished. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a sequel to the 1996 basketball adventure comedy, Space Jam, starring Michael Jordan and a bunch of Looney Tunes characters is in the works. But, this time around, NBA star Lebron James will reportedly be the film’s main protagonist. Justin Lin, the director behind four of the Fast & Furious movies, three fan-favorite episodes of Community (as well as a bunch of other stuff you’ve probably seen), will direct, co-write and produce the sequel. Bill Murray, it’s time to lace up those Nikes one more time. Discuss

Star Wars star Daisy Ridley wants to wish you a happy “Star Wars Day,” and encourage fans to continue to give to their Force For Change charity campaign. The CrowdRise initiative is raising money for several big charities (including Make a Wish, the Red Cross, Unicef and the Boys and Girls Club of America), and is offering fans a chance to actually hang out with some of the cast. Check it out, and May the 4th Be with You. Discuss

Makers of upcoming summer blockbuster Independence Day: Resurgence have released this new faux news report, which sets the stage for the sequel to 1996's Independence Day. As the video shows, it’s been 20 years since aliens first attacked earth, and now, a united humanity stands ready for their return. OK, this is cheesy, but let’s be honest, we’re all very excited about this movie. Discuss

Meet Hollywood’s next Jesus. According to Deadline, Joaquin Phoenix is in talks to play the role of Jesus Christ in an upcoming movie called "Mary Magdalene." Rooney Mara will play the lead role. This biopic doesn’t sound like a typical faith-centric Bible movie, though: Deadline says the film is “an authentic and humanistic portrait of one of the most enigmatic and misunderstood spiritual figures in history.” Talks with Phoenix are still on going, but he is currently the filmmakers' first choice. Discuss

Paul Rudd will play an Ivy League linguistics prodigy, a professional baseball player and a spy—all in the same role. The actor is set to star in the adaptation of the book The Catcher Was A Spy, which tells the true story of Moe Berg, who went from Princeton, to the Major League to a CIA-like organization, just as America was entering into WWII. But, just because it’s Paul Rudd, don’t expect a straight-up comedy. The script, which is billed as a thriller, is being written by the scribe behind Saving Private Ryan, Robert Rodat. Discuss

Take a trip back to 1989 in this trailer for Southside With You, a movie about the first date between Michelle and Barack Obama. The film, which was produced by John Legend, releases in August. Discuss