The Netflix original “Pain Hustlers” is about a young woman who unknowingly gets involved in the illegal machinations of the pharmaceutical industry. We reveal all the information about the cast, plot and start date!
- “Pain Hustlers” is the latest work by “Harry Potter” director David Yates.
- The Netflix original features Emily Blunt and Chris Evans in the lead roles.
- The drama will premiere on the streaming provider on October 2023.
“Pain Hustlers” is a new drama from streaming service Netflix and deals with the criminal background of the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to “A Quiet Place” actress Emily Blunt, “Captain America” star Chris Evans will also be seen in a leading role.
Pain Hustlers: Start Date
The new pharmaceutical industry drama will premiere on the streaming provider Netflix on October 27, 2023.
Pain Hustlers: Plot
Young mother and high school dropout Liza Drake dreams of a better life for herself and her daughter. She gets a job at a doomed pharmaceutical company in Central Florida and thanks to her skills and personality, is actually able to save the company. Liza enjoys her newfound recognition, power and financial security, but soon finds herself in the middle of a criminal conspiracy.
Pain Hustlers: Trailer
So far there is no official trailer for “Pain Hustlers”. Should this change in the future, you’ll find out here.
Pain Hustlers: Cast
The main role of the young mother Liza Drake will be played by “A Quiet Place” actress Emily Blunt. Another leading role will be played by “Captain America” actor Chris Evans (a member of the MCU’s original Avengers).
They are joined in front of the camera by Andy García (“Rebel”), Catherine O’Hara (“Schitt’s Creek”), Jay Duplass, Brian d’Arcy James (“Dead Girls Don’t Lie”) and Chloe Coleman (“Big Little Lies”).
Pain Hustlers: Production
David Yates, best known for such works as “Harry Potter” (the final four films) and the “Fantastic Beasts” series, serves as executive director. The screenplay for the film was written by Wells Tower. Pain Hustlers” is produced by Lawrence Grey and Yates, and by the production companies Grey Matter Productions and Wychwood Pictures.