LeBron James’ Wife Savannah Stuns In Plunging Suit With No Shirt As They Cozy Up At ‘Shooting Stars’ Premiere: Photos

All hail King James and his Queen. LeBron James looked dapper at the L.A. premiere of 'Shooting Stars,' but not as glam as his wife, Savannah.

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Savannah James practically eclipsed her husband, LeBron James, when they walked the carpet before the May 31 premiere of Shooting Stars in Los Angeles. Savannah, 36, wore a chic suit that looked like it was sewn out of black fabric flowers. The suit was sexy enough, with its plunging neckline and sheer ‘peek-a-boo’ moments on the arms and legs, but Savannah opted to wear the look without a shirt. She glowed with perfect skin while standing next to LeBron, 38, for photos.

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LeBron didn’t look too shabby, either. The NBA star, who was eliminated from the 2023 NBA Playoffs earlier in May, dressed in a crisp cream-colored suit. He paired it with a plain white t-shirt, fierce glasses, and gold jewelry around his wrist. He also took a moment to pose next to NBA prospect/actor Marquis “Mookie” Cook. Cook, 18, looked incredible in an orange-red suit, which he wore with sneakers and a white collared shirt.

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Shooting Stars is a Peacock original film “based on the book by LeBron James and the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Friday Night Lights, Buzz Bissinger,” per the streaming service. “Shooting Stars is the inspiring origin story of a basketball superhero, revealing how LeBron James and his childhood friends become the #1 high school team in the country, launching James’s breathtaking career as a four-time NBA Champion, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, and the NBA’s all-time leading scorer.”

Director Chris Robinson took part in a Q&A after a screening of the film in New York City. Despite making a movie about LeBron, Robinson said he has yet to meet the man in person. “Here’s something interesting. I have not met LeBron. I have not met LeBron yet,” he said, per PEOPLE. Robinson said he wanted to talk with James about the portrayal of the sports star’s high school years. “So at first, I was like, ‘Oh, I’m going to talk to him. I don’t want to have this conversation.’ But the longer I didn’t meet him, the more I said, ‘Oh, maybe this is a gift,’ Because I have my thought process of who he is. It’s embedded in me.”

During the Q&A, the director said that LeBron had seen the movie. “They got the rough cut on the computer, and [Willie McGee] said that all of the real Fab Five,” Robinson said, per PEOPLE, “LeBron, Anthony Davis, and a couple [of] other guys from the Lakers were all huddled around a little computer, watched the whole movie because LeBron couldn’t cast it to his TV. [McGee] said that LeBron loved it. They loved it. So when the real guys loved it, that was good enough for me.”