Trailer: Jodie Foster Runs A Hospital For Criminals In Hotel Artemis

Trailer: Jodie Foster Runs A Hospital For Criminals In Hotel Artemis

Sofia Boutella, Charlie Day, Jenny Slate, Zachary Quinto and Jeff Goldblum play various other villains and mercenaries in the Hotel when the fight comes to a head. There are definitely a lot of similarities between the Artemis and The Continental Hotel for assassins from those Keanu Reeves films, like the rules about no killing on the grounds. But things are disrupted after a heist, led by Waikiki (Sterling K. Brown), results in his friend Honolulu (Brian Tyree Henry) getting shot, and the pair seek out the Hotel Artemis for help.

In the new, near future-set, action-thriller Hotel Artemis, Jodie Foster (Silence of the Lambs) plays a character called The Nurse who runs a secret, members-only hospital for criminals.

Foster is The Nurse who tends to the wounded, with Dave Bautista acting as her muscle-turned-orderly, and asks only that her clients maintain the Hotel's secrecy and follow the rules of the establishment.

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Drew Pearce is best known for creating the British sitcom "No Heroics" and writing the story for "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation", but that will soon change thanks to "Hotel Artemis".

It's the feature directorial debut of Iron Man 3 scribe Drew Pearce, who has also penned the screenplay for the movie. The trailer introduces viewers to the underground world of criminals seeking refuge at the hospital.

The trailer for the upcoming film starts with Sterling K. Brown from Supernatural, Black Panther and This Is Us, continuing to take the roles that apparently Idris Elba have passed up or didn't want. Such is the case with Hotel Artemis.

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