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Emily Blunt and Chris Evans’ joint film got an animated trailer

Emily Blunt and Chris Evans’ joint film got an animated trailer

The new Netflix product looks very promising so far.

For years, the movie division of the streaming service provider has not only been talking about the fact that we have to produce mediocre works, but almost every year a really special production is added to the platform. These often feature big stars, for example, the collaboration of Captain America, Chris Evans and Emily Blunt, who recently excelled as Kitty Oppenheimer, and at the end of October they will reunite in Pain Hustlers.

According to the story, Blunt plays the role of a young mother who wants to provide a better life for herself and her daughter, and finally gets a big chance, as her boss (Chris Evans) entrusts her with running a dying pharmaceutical company. Lisa succeeds in thriving the company and regaining her ticket to join the elite, but she soon finds herself in the middle of a criminal conspiracy, and the danger continues to grow.

With the exception of Blunt and Evans, the cast is particularly strong. For example, Chloe Coleman, who plays the young girl, appears in this year’s Dungeons & Dragons movie, but Kathryn O’Hara, best known from Schitt’s Creek, and Andy Garcia, who excelled in the Ocean movies, are also lauding in the work. And if we add to that the fact that the film is directed by David Yates, who is well-known in the Harry Potter universe, we can be really excited.

We can watch the movie on October 27, are you interested in it?

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