That's the premise of Hotel Artemis, an upcoming futuristic thriller about a woman called "Nurse" (Jodie Foster), who runs the titular hotel that caters exclusively to the bad guys. The film is notable for being Foster's first acting project since 2013's "Elysium".
This action-heavy thriller is led by a stacked cast including Jeff Goldblum, Sterling K. Brown, Atlanta's Brian Tyree Henry, Sofia Boutella, Charlie Day, Dave Bautista, and Jenny Slate. When Brown's Waikiki steals a portable vault worth millions and brings it inside Hotel Artemis, Jeff Goldblum's crime boss character tracks him down - and shows that he couldn't care less about the hospital's strict regulations. Foster gives an ominous one-liner explaining the hush-hush policy: "This hospital was built on two things: trust, and rules".
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The Portugues was then asked of his frustration considering that City won the title on the back of United's loss. Everyone was one more touch, one more trick, one more flick, one more turn'.
Hotel Artemis has a ridiculously talented cast, and it looks like the upcoming thriller will have more than enough badass characters and action scenes to keep the energy of the trailer going.
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".
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Daniel O'Brien, an associate professor of infectious diseases at the University of Melbourne. In 2017, up to mid-November, there were a further 236 cases.
But amid the chaos, Hotel Artemis appears to be a bit of a sanctuary. Hotel Artemis will serve as quirky counter-programming to the star studded Ocean's Eleven franchise spinoff Ocean's 8 during its opening weekend at the domestic box office later this year. Hotel Artemis opens in theaters on June 8th.
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