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Los Angeles 2028 is a city of riots and destruction. Amid the chaos, the Hotel Artemis offers a very special service: a members only emergency-room for assassins and criminals.
As Los Angeles is gripped by wildfires and the largest civil unrest in its history, at the Hotel Artemis, it’s business as usual. A members-only hospital for the criminal underworld, Artemis operates in secret, in plain sight of the public.
For twenty-two years it has been untouchable, and the rules of the Artemis followed to the letter:
1) no disrespecting the staff
2) no killing other patients
But in a bank heist gone wrong, Waikiki (Sterling K. Brown) and his team steal from the wrong man, drawing the ire of psychotic crime lord The Wolf King (Jeff Goldblum). The hotel finds itself infiltrated and under siege, from both the police and The Wolf. High-octane, brutal action becomes the only thing on the menu at the Artemis, and as agendas collide, the rules will be broken.
Leading a stellar cast, mixing both Oscar pedigree and mountainous muscles, writer/director Drew Pearce is best known for penning Iron Man 3, but has also helmed a range of short films (including the Marvel one-shot All Hail the King). Artemis looks set to kick off an explosive new franchise.
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