Grand prizes include basketball signed by Bugs Bunny and artwork signed by the film’s director Malcom D. Lee.

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July 13, 2021

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Warner Bros. Consumer Products has announced the “Space Jam: A New Legacy” sweepstakes hosted by the Looney Tunes Shop open to U.S. fans from July 12 to July 26. The giveaway follows the recent launch of the Looney Tunes Shop, which offers exclusive merchandise and 1,200 products dedicated to the Looney Tunes, including products based on the upcoming film. Both the giveaway and new Looney Tunes Shop celebrate the upcoming live action/animated film releasing in theaters nationwide on July 16 and on HBO Max in the U.S. for 31 days from theatrical release.

Two grand prize winners will be chosen and will win these exclusive prizes:

  • “Space Jam: A New Legacy” Silver Basketball – Signed by Bugs Bunny, this replica of the basketball in the film is presented in a collector’s display case; and

  • “Space Jam: A New Legacy” animation still featuring the Tune Squad as seen in the film – the animated still features an authentic digital signature from the film’s director, Malcom D. Lee.

U.S. audiences can enter to win at The Looney Tunes Shop and at Fans are limited to one entry per email address or household. For official rules, including all methods of entry, restrictions, odds and prize details, visit

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