Plot and trailer of Hustle with Adam Sandler

We reported that Netflix had announced 37 films that will be released on the platform this summer. Among them stand out The Gray Man by Russo Bros. with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, Me Time with Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg, Day Shift with Jamie Foxx, Spiderhead with Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller e Hustle with Adam Sandler and it seems that the latter is aiming for Oscar points with this film, due out on the streaming platform on June 8. Also read our article to discover all the films coming out on Netflix!

Plot and trailer of the Hustle movie

The film was announced by Netflix after the huge success of The Last Dance, the docu-series about the life and career of basketball star Michael Jordan. Still set in the world of basketball, Hustle is directed by Jeremiah Zagar (We the Animals) and co-produced by Sandler with LeBron Jamesthe Los Angeles Lakers champion who this year starred in Space Jam: New Legends (up Amazon the DVD), sequel to the classic starring Michael Jordan.

Hustle

In the cast of Hustle we find, among others, in addition to Adam Sandler himself, who has appeared in several Netflix films recently and in feature films such as Murder Mystery, Rough diamonds And Hubie Halloweenalso Ben Foster And Robert Duvall.

This is the description of Netflix:

After discovering an exceptional player with a turbulent past, a basketball talent scout (Adam Sandler) looking for redemption decides to persuade the sporting phenomenon to move to the United States without asking for the team’s approval. Against all odds, the two will have one last chance to prove they are up to the NBA.

Here is the official trailer for Hustle:

We remind you that Netflix recorded a massive loss of more than 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter of 2022, caused by a number of factors, including the slowdown of the pandemic, the war between Russia and Ukraine, inflation in the United States and competition. of other services such as HBO Max, Prime Video and Disney +. Despite the loss of subscribers and the massive drop in shares, Netflix still remains the number one streaming service, maintaining a subscriber base of over 220 million.

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