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HotelArtemis
No guns. No cops. No killing the other patients.
Directed By
Written By
Drew Pearce
Cinematography
Music By
Distributed By
Country
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Language
English
Release Date
May 19, 2018 (Regency Village Theater)
June 8, 2018 (United States)
Runtime
94 minutes
Rating
Rating R
Budget
$15 million
Gross
$12.8 million


Hotel Artemis is a 2018 dystopian thriller film written and directed by Drew Pearce. The cast of the film consists of Jodie Foster, Sterling K. Brown, Sofia Boutella, Jeff Goldblum, Brian Tyree Henry, Jenny Slate, Zachary Quinto, Charlie Day, and Dave Bautista.

The film premiered at the Regency Village Theater on May 19, 2018. It was released in the United States on June 8, 2018, by Global Road Entertainment.

PlotEdit

On June 21, 2028, a riot breaks out in Los Angeles over the city's water privatization. Taking advantage of the chaos, professional criminal Sherman attempts a bank robbery that leaves his brother Lev and another accomplice critically wounded. They escape to the nearby Hotel Artemis, a secretive hospital that only treats criminals, run by Jean "the Nurse" Thomas. Confined inside the Hotel for 22 years by her severe agoraphobia and grief over the death of her son, Thomas adheres to a strict set of rules, including "No weapons," "No non-members," and "No killing of other guests."

Sherman and Lev are admitted while their accomplice is ejected by Thomas' assistant, Everest. Lev, given the codename "Honolulu," undergoes the Hotel's technologically advanced treatment, including robot-assisted surgery and 3D printed transplant organs. Sherman encounters the Hotel's other guests: "Acapulco," an obnoxious arms dealer, and "Nice," an international assassin and old acquaintance. As the riot draws nearer, Thomas receives word that notorious mobster Orian "The Wolf King" Franklin is en route. Thomas' preparations are complicated by the arrival of a wounded police officer named Morgan, a childhood friend of Thomas' late son, begging for help. Against Everest's warnings and Thomas' own rules, they admit Morgan.

The Wolf King arrives, having survived an attempt on his life, and is admitted, leaving his men and son Crosby in the lobby. Everest sneaks Morgan out of the Hotel. Acapulco learns that Nice has been hired to kill the Wolf King; she incapacitates Acapulco and plants a bomb on the hotel's power generator.

While administering to the Wolf King, Thomas discovers that he is responsible for her son's death; she prepares to kill him, but is diverted when Nice's bomb disrupts the power and Lev's life support. While Thomas struggles to save Lev, Nice kills the Wolf King. Lev dies and Sherman confronts Nice, but the two are attacked by Acapulco; Sherman is shot but manages to kill him.

As rioters storm the streets outside, Thomas, Sherman, and Nice make their way out of the Hotel, while Everest stays behind to stave off the Wolf King's men; Nice follows suit, covering Thomas and Sherman's escape. The two are met by Crosby, but kill him and make their way through the riot to Sherman's getaway car. Thomas decides to stay, but tells Sherman of another hotel, the Apache in Las Vegas, before he drives off.

Everest, the last man standing at the Artemis, turns on the Hotel's sign as Thomas walks back through the city.

In a mid-credits scene, a shadowy figure runs across the screen, suggesting Nice may have survived.

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Hotel Artemis Official Trailer HD Global Road Entertainment

Hotel Artemis Official Trailer HD Global Road Entertainment

Official Trailer

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