Hotel Artemis trailer: Jodie Foster runs a hospital for unsafe criminals

Hotel Artemis trailer: Jodie Foster runs a hospital for unsafe criminals

When you read the synopsis for Hotel Artemis, it sounds like it should be part of the John Wick universe, but it must have a little more going for it than that to bring in a cast including Jodie Foster, Sterling K. Brown, Sofia Boutella, Jenny Slate, Zachary Quinto, Jeff Goldblum, Charlie Day, and Dave Bautista.

At one point, Foster's seen dashing down a hallway and muttering, "It's a rough night at the Artemis". The two time Oscar-winner Foster has spent most of her time behind the camera in the five years since her last feature film starring role, in Neill Blomkamp's 2013 sci-fi feature Elysium. Last! Job! But a bank heist goes awry and Brown's character is forced to make a call to the Hotel Artemis, which opens its doors for Brown's wounded brother (Atlanta breakout Brian Tyree Henry).

He also references a line from The Doors' 1968 song "Five to One", saying from a jail cell, "I guess my ballroom days are over, baby".

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Global Road is a preeminent worldwide content studio that develops, finances, produces, acquires, and distributes entertainment content across theatrical, television, digital, and emerging platforms. The thriller was produced by Marc Platt, Adam Siegel, Stephen Cornwell, and Simon Cornwell. Jeffrey Stott, Drew Pearce, Joe Tsai, and Arthur Wang are executive producing.

Written and directed by Iron Man 3 co-writer Drew Pearce, Hotel Artemis looks stylish and very fun. Entitled Hotel Artemis, it's an action-thriller focussing on a members-only secret hospital in Los Angeles that caters towards criminals.

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