Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking recently warned that the human race must flee Earth within the next 100 years or face possible extinction, but could humanity be doomed long before then.
Fast & Furious director Justin Lin revealed the dire news in an interview with IGN, when he said that a sequel to the 1996 film Space Jam is "getting closer" to impact with the Earth "every day."
"We're getting closer every day," said Lin of the film, giving everyone time to make whatever preparations are necessary. What's worse, as reckless hedonism grips the world as the countdown to Space Jam 2 approaches its terrible conclusion, actors are lining up for the chance to take part in the destruction.
"There are so many sports and also Space Jam fans," Lin said. "I just run into them, and everybody's volunteering to be in the movie."
The movie's star player, of course, will be Lebron James, who is set to take over Michael Jordan's role in the franchise, unless he decides to leave for a better film elsewhere and then come back a few years later to win an Oscar for his performance, only to be rumored to leave again.
But Lebron's future doesn't matter. None of our futures matter. There is no future. God help us all.