KEY POINTS

  • Michael Jordan's "Space Jam" was released in 1996
  • "Space Jam: A New Legacy" will release this Thursday
  • Zendaya lent her voice to Lola Bunny's character in the movie

Zendaya donned a stunning outfit inspired by Looney Tunes' Lola Bunny at the "Space Jam: A New Legacy" premiere red carpet on Monday.

The 24-year-old actress took to her Instagram Story to share a video flaunting her colorful look and close-up of face mask. She wrote on the video, "Lola inspired look tonight... mask courtesy of my mama."

One of the fans reshared the video on Instagram feed and wrote in the caption, "@zendaya via Insta Story looking cute on her way to the Space Jam: A New Legacy LA Premiere!!"

Another fan took to Twitter to share more photos of the actress from the premiere night and wrote, "Zendaya wearing a Lola bunny inspired look for the space jam premiere can become so personal to me."

In the photos, the actress donned a vibrant short dress with her hair tied in a high ponytail. She wore diamond earrings and completed the look with white high heels. In the animated movie, "Space Jam: A New Legacy," the actress lent her voice to the iconic character of Lola Bunny.

One of the fans noticed that Zendaya always wears movie-based outfits during the premieres. "But don’t ya just love how Zendaya dresses based on the theme of the movie and/or her character?! We love to see it!" a fan wrote.

The actress seemed to be in a playful mood as she was spotted giving flying kisses while posing for the cameras.

Speaking with ET Online during the red carpet, Zendaya noted that Lola's character needed a makeover since the character appeared in Michael Jordan's "Space Jam" released in 1996.

She also mentioned producer Ryan Coogler, who approached her to take the role of Lola.

"He was like, 'We're doing this new version of Space Jam and we're doing it with LeBron and we'd love for you to be our Lola. Kind of re-imagine what the character represents, this new chapter of this film and who she is, and we'd love for you to be a part of it,'" she told the outlet. "And obviously I was honored to say the least. I kind of grew up with the film because both of my parents are basketball players...I think I was born the year it came out. I think I was a couple of months old."

"Space Jam: A New Legacy" is all set to release in theatres and HBO Max this Thursday.

Zendaya Poison Ivy Zendaya attends the Emmy Awards on Sept. 22, 2019 in Los Angeles. Photo: Fox