Jodie Foster runs a hospital for criminals 'Hotel Artemis'

Jodie Foster runs a hospital for criminals 'Hotel Artemis'

The first trailer's arrived for the action thriller Hotel Artemis from screenwriter and first time feature film director Drew Pearce (writer of Iron Man 3, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation). Run by The Nurse (Jodie Foster), the hospital has various rules (including no weapons and no murdering other patients) that are put into question when an object of great value enters its gates. Here's the official plot synopsis. Hotel Artemis opens in theaters on June 8th. This combination of subject and talent is extremely intriguing, so to see how all these elements come together, check out the first trailer for Hotel Artemis below.

We wouldn't blame you for not knowing much about Hotel Artemis-it's an original movie, not based on any book or comic or theme park ride.

All hell breaks loose when a bank robber (Sterling K. Brown) brings his brother to the hotel after a job gone wrong. 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.

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Detectives encourage anyone with information about these robberies to call the Norfolk Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP. He left several threatening voicemails to the 42-year-old employee and school officials quickly alerted police.

Hotel Artemis, also starring Sofia Boutella, Dave Bautista and Charlie Day, is set to hit U.S. theatres June 8.

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. Instead of offering a comfy bed, a good night's sleep, and a mediocre breakfast served buffet-style like its name would suggest, Hotel Artemis stitches up delinquents in peace and privacy.

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