The Trailer For Adam Sandler’s New Basketball Movie Is All That Is Necessary To Give Him The Oscar Now

The Trailer For Adam Sandler's New Basketball Movie Is All That Is Necessary To Give Him The Oscar Now


  • The first trailer for Adam Sandler’s new basketball movie ‘Hustle’ was just released by Netflix
  • The film is produced by LeBron James and Adam Sandler and the trailer’s so intense we’re ready to award him the Academy Award now
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Let’s not even bother going through the motions here, let’s just award Adam Sandler the Academy Award for Best Actor right now for his role in Hustle. The first trailer for Netflix’s Hustle just dropped, a basketball film that’s produced by Sandler and LeBron James, and it’s absolutely electric.

I saw the Hustle trailer moments after it hit the Netflix YouTube channel and within seconds I started seeing tweets about how great the film looks. Yes, I said film. this isn’t a movie. It’s a film.

Adam Sandler says ‘love this game’ FOUR TIMES in the trailer and he only has like 10 lines total. Do you think an actor of his caliber would be putting forth that kind of performance for a movie? Nah, this is Film with a capital ‘f’.

Trailer For Adam Sandler’s Basketball Fillm Hustle

Do you love this game? Do you? Do you reaaaaaallllyyyy love this game? Some people like this game. Others are just naturally gifted and athletic. But Adam Sandler needs to know if you love this game, otherwise, there’s no place for you in the basketball world.

The film’s description on YouTube reads “After discovering a once-in-a-lifetime player with a rocky past abroad, a down on his luck basketball scout (Adam Sandler) takes it upon himself to bring the phenom to the States without his team’s approval. Against the odds, they have one final shot to prove they have what it takes to make it in the NBA.” Again, let’s skip the theatrics and just Adam Sandler the award now.

The intensity here is undeniable. It’s the intensity of Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto in Fast and the Furious talking about ‘family’ crossed with the intensity of in Rocky.

First Reactions To Netflix’s Hustle Produced By Sandler And LeBron

Does anyone know if I am personally able to submit Adam Sandler’s nomination for an Academy Award? Is it anything like Michael Scott yelling “I declare bankruptcy” in The Office? If so, consider this my nomination for LeBron and Sandler’s film.