The film features Foster as a nurse in a members-only hospital for criminals in near-future Los Angeles.
All hell breaks loose when a bank robber (Sterling K. Brown) brings his brother to the hotel after a job gone wrong. "Niagara's sudden arrival creates a violent clash among the criminals in the hospital, with one 'patient" having a particularly deadly motive for checking into the hotel.More news: James Comey: 'Even in Private' Trump Won't Criticize Putin
The trailer is very high-octane and follows a couple of criminals who head to Hotel Artemis following a botched heist, which sees one of them injured.
Such orders include "no insulting the staff", like Dave Bautista's healthcare provider character who takes no nonsense from anyone; "no weapons allowed", meaning the arms dealer dude played by Charlie Day definitely shouldn't have loaded guns inside the Artemis; and "no killing the other patients", which proves hard for the femme fatale portrayed by Sofia Boutella, as she can hardly resist attempting murder. But Hotel Artemis ain't a hotel, despite its name. (Or as Drax the Destroyer puts it, "Visiting hours... are never", before murdering a dude.) Think: the Continental Hotel from John Wick: Chapter 2, but with more bedpans and IV drips and Jeff Goldblums. You can watch the first trailer for Hotel Artemis in the space above.