Universal Pictures has released the official Ambulance Super Bowl trailer for Michael Bay’s newest action thriller film, based on the 2005 Danish film of the same name. The video, which you can check out below, features two brothers as their bank heist goes terribly wrong when their simple escape plan turned sideways which leads them to unintentionally hijack an ambulance. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, the film is scheduled to arrive in theaters on April 8.
Check out the Ambulance Super Bowl trailer below:
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Ambulance is directed by Michael Bay from a screenplay written by Chris Fedak (Chuck, Prodigal Son). The film stars Oscar nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (The Guilty), Emmy winner Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Candyman), Eiza González (Baby Driver), Garret Dillahunt (Raising Hope), Keir O’Donnell (Wedding Crashers), Emmy nominee Moses Ingram (The Queen’s Gambit), and more.
“In this breakneck thriller film, decorated veteran Will Sharp, desperate for money to cover his wife’s medical bills, asks for help from the one person he knows he shouldn’t—his adoptive brother Danny,” reads the official synopsis. “A charismatic career criminal, Danny instead offers him a score: the biggest bank heist in Los Angeles history: $32 million. With his wife’s survival on the line, Will can’t say no. But when their getaway goes spectacularly wrong, the desperate brothers hijack an ambulance with a wounded cop clinging to life and ace EMT Cam Thompson onboard. In a high-speed pursuit that never stops, Will and Danny must evade a massive, city-wide law enforcement response, keep their hostages alive, and somehow try not to kill each other, all while executing the most insane escape L.A. has ever seen.”
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Ambulance is produced by Bay, James Vanderbilt, Bradley Fischer, and William Sherak and Ian Bryce. It is a production by Project X and New Republic Pictures. The original film was directed by Laurits Munch-Petersen from a screenplay he co-wrote with Lars Andreas Pedersen.