KISS-FM Welcomes Lola & Bugs Bunny To EP For New Space Jam Movie
Lola and Bugs Bunny make a surprise appearance at the KISS-FM studios as part of their nationwide tour for Space Jam: A New Legacy that hits theatres this week.
As a long-time fan of Lola and Bugs Bunny, I was thrilled to welcome the duo to our KISS-FM studios as Space Jam: A New Legacy hits theatres this Thursday.
More than two decades after Space Jam opened, the fan-favorite sports comedy flick is finally getting a follow-up, starring LeBron James, including voice characterizations by Gabriel Iglesias as Speedy Gonzalez and Zendaya as Lola Bunny.
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The new animated feature is a star-studded affair that brings back the nostalgia of Space Jam, which also includes appearances by Don Cheadle, Michael B. Jordan, Steve Harvey, Laurence Fishburne, and (spoiler alert), His Airness - Micheal Jordan will also be making an appearance.
Seeing Lola and Bugs Bunny IRL (in real life) made me feel like I was part of the Space Jam Universe and brought back so many nostalgic feels that I decided to share some fun facts about my favorite Bunny couple.
Fun Lola and Bugs Bunny Facts:
- Both Lola and Bugs Bunny are rabbits and not hares.
- Lola's occupation is listed as a basketball, tennis, and swim athlete.
- Bugs Bunny was one of the first two animal figures to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame - the other was Mickey Mouse.
- Lola Bunny debuted as Bugs' girlfriend in the original 1996 Space Jam film.
- Bugs Bunny was the first cartoon character to ever appear on a stamp.
- Kristen Wiig voiced Lola in the animated sitcom The Looney Tunes Show produced by Warner Bros. Animation, which ran from 2011, through 2014, on Cartoon Network.
- As of Jan. 2013, Bugs Bunny has appeared in more films than any other cartoon character - 175 films, to be exact.