Then on the actual day of the 20th Anniversary, November 15, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is releasing a special Blu-ray Steelbox which includes DVD and Digital HD formats as well as the Blu-ray. The extras include a commentary from director Joe Pytka, along with voice actors Billy West (Bugs Bunny) and Dee Bradley Baker (Daffy Duck). There’s also a Jammin featurette spotlighting Bugs and Jordan, and music videos for Seal’s take on the Steve Miller rock classic, “Fly Like an Eagle,” and “Hit ‘Em High” by B-Real, Busta Rhymes, Coolio, LL Cool J, and Method Man, from the hugely successful Space Jam soundtrack album, which went on to sell more than six million copies.

space jam 20th anniversary blu-ray steelbox

Starting next month, Jordan Brand, in conjunction with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, will be rolling out a series of Space Jam capsule collections of apparel and accessories in stores, highlighted by these Space Jam Air Jordan 11 kicks—as seen in the film—returning to retail shelves just in time for holiday shopping on December 10. Bookmark this page for the latest news on these global merchandising efforts as they come in. 

space jam air jordan 11 shoes arrive in stores december 10
The iconic footwear that Michael Jordan wore in the 1995 NBA Playoffs will be getting an original makeover with its traditional all-black mesh and a higher-cut patent leather upper. Other details include a Concord Jumpman, stitched ‘45’ on the back heel (the number MJ wore for 20-some games after coming back from his initial retirement), Nike Air insoles, white midsole and a translucent outsole, along with the Jumpman/Jordan inscribed on the tongue tab.

And finally, if you really wanna revisit 1996, the original Space Jam website is actually still online and has become somewhat of an internet sensation over the past few years as people are embracing the still functioning site as if they are passing through some sort of online wormhole to the days of the Information SuperHighway where time has stood still. Visit the site in all its historic glory today!

photo of the original 1996 space jam website

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