Adam Sandler’s new basketball movie Hustle has finally released its official trailer on Youtube after a teaser for the film was dropped earlier this year in February. In his latest, highly anticipated drama role, Adam Sandler takes on the Netflix screen to play Stanley Sugerman, a washed-up scout for the 76ers. While trying to get back into the NBA, he takes a chance when he finds a phenomenal streetball player while traveling in Spain and takes it upon himself to bring him to the States without his team’s approval. Together in this basketball movie, the pair go against the odds and have one final shot to prove they have what it takes to make it in the NBA.
The Rocky-Esque screenplay was written by Will Fetters (A Star is Born) and Taylor Materne (NBA 2k”). Directed by South Philly native Jeremiah Zagar and produced by Adam Sandler and LeBron James, the rated-R Netflix film Hustle is expected to release on June 10th, 2022.
You can watch the official trailer for ‘Hustle here.
Who Stars in Adam Sandler’s ‘Hustle’?
Adam Sandler’s new basketball movie ‘Hustle’ includes many stars from the sports and acting world. First of all, Sandler’s character’s spouse is played by none other than the iconic female rapper, singer, and actress Queen Latifah. Sandler and Latifahs’ characters share a daughter played by young actress Jordan Hull (The L Word: Generation Q). Starring as Sandler’s protege is Juancho Hernangómez, a Spanish-born NBA player on the Utah Jazz who will be making his acting debut as he stars alongside Sandler.
Other stars in the basketball movie Hustle include Ben Foster of Hell Or High Water, famous long-time actor and filmmaker Robert Duvall and Jaleel White(Steve Urkel in Family Matters). Some basketball players you might recognize in Adam Sandler’s Hustle include Aaron Gordon, power forward and small forward for the Denver Nuggets, and big man Boban Marjanović, a Serbian pro-player for the Dallas Mavericks.
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