The rumors of a Space Jam sequel have been kicking around Hollywood for a while now, but there have been a handful of recent developments that seem to portend a final greenlighting of the project: Warner Bros. quietly filed new trademarks for Space Jam last month. Today, the studio announced a partnership with LeBron James and his production company, inking a deal for "TV, film and original digital content." Let's not forget the rave reviews that Bron is currently receiving for his role in the comedy hit Trainwreck. James has long discussed a desire to branch out into entertainment. But the most compelling reason to think Space Jam 2 is on the horizon? The money the film -- and countless product tie-ins -- would generate. Stay tuned.