→ beatrix as buffy the vampire slayer
“What’re you supposed to be?”
Beatrix rolled her eyes. She grabbed the wooden stake from her pocket and put on what she hoped was a I’m-gonna-kill-you-evil-vampires look. “I’m Buffy Summers, duh.”
Chaddick blinked. “You look like yourself though,” he muttered staring at her jeans and jacket. He straightened his basket ball shorts and offered his hand. “We better get going, I don’t wanna miss the pumpkin pie.”
“What ever you say … bugs,” she guessed unsurely, taking in his ensemble.
He put on a thin lipped smile. “Uncultured swine,” he muttered. “I’m from one of the best movies ever made, not that Space Jam is a bad movie though.”
As you may or may not have heard, we live in a blessed time full of countless wonders, and there is probably going to be a Space Jam sequel. I have seen many criticisms of this project, mainly from #HATERS who really need to step back, search deep inside their souls, and think “do I want to live in a world where no one has even TRIED to make a second Space Jam?”
However, one criticism that keeps cropping up is pretty valid: Kids these days don’t know who the hell the Looney Tunes are. Which is true! BUGS BUNNY COULD SELL ANYTHING IN THE NINETIES. The United States Postal Service scammed an entire nation of children by using Bugs Bunny to convince us that stamp collecting was cool! But today, Bugs Bunny isn’t as popular as he used to be. You can’t count on him to draw a crowd like he could twenty years ago.
You know who can draw a fucking crowd, though?
AND THAT’S WHY I’M PROPOSING SPACE JAM 2: THE ONLY DIRECTION IS UP.