The name of the movie is Ambulance. The director and producer of this film is Michael Bay. This movie is based on a Danish film from 2005 by Laurits Munch-Petersen and Lars Andreas Pedersen, which was called Ambulance. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as two bank robbers who steal an ambulance occupied by a paramedic (Eiza González) and a police officer.
This project was first announced in 2015. Phillip Noyce was the director, but he left and two other people came. Eventually, Bay came and directed it. The movie began in January 2021 and ended in March. It was filmed in Los Angeles by the cinematographer Roberto De Angelis.
If you are looking for another movie to see in 2022, there is a new crime thriller coming out early in the year called Ambulance. Universal Pictures announced the movie, “The Giver” and “The Quiet American” director Philip Noyce had directed the movie. However, afterward, there was some change in directors. Michael Bay is now officially directing the movie. Ambulance” will have big-budget action. Big-budget action is exciting to watch, so people might want to see this movie.
What is the expected release date for the Ambulance?
The ambulance film will be shown in theaters on February 18th, 2022. Mike Coppola/Getty Images
Universal Pictures has set the release date for “Ambulance” to be on February 18, 2022. This is a President’s Day weekend date. So it might make more money at the box office.
What is the plot of Ambulance?
Ambulance is a movie that was made in 2005. The movie is called “Ambulance” too. It follows three rules set by the director of the movie. There are three rules for the story: You can only use one location, it has to happen in real-time, and there can be only four characters. Munch-Petersen made a movie about thieves who steal an ambulance for their getaway car.
This happened when the heist went wrong. The people in the movie talked about it happening when they talked to each other. The thieves found an EMT who was trying to keep a patient alive. The EMT was in the back of a vehicle and the thieves were also in the back.
From the same December 2020 report from THR on Abdul-Mateen II’s casting, we know that “Ambulance” screenwriter Chris Fedak (Chuck) reworked the plot of Munch-Petersen’s movie. He changed how their relationship was in the movie.
An August CinemaBlend report revealed that some plot tweaks were made to a movie. In the “Ambulance” remake, Gyllenhaal and Abdul-Mateen II played friends who are now estranged. The husband of one of Jake Gyllenhaal’s character’s friends got sick and needed money for life-saving treatment.
The Gyllenhaal character asked the other person to do a bank robbery, and they steal an ambulance. The bad guys also take González’s character hostage. They do this when they see that she is a paramedic and they know she will be able to help someone who is in danger.
We don’t know how strict Bay will follow the rules set by his predecessor. But we are excited about this because this movie is an 80-minute thriller from the master of cinematic mayhem.
About the production of Ambulance:
Ambulance is a movie that was made by Michael Bay. His name may or may not turn some people away. Historically, his movies have been so bombastic that some people don’t like them. Nonetheless, Michael Bay’s over-the-top movies are still very successful. “Transformers: The Last Knight” earned more than $600 million worldwide. Bay is a director that makes movies. His last movie was a Netflix actioner, and it did not go well. That is why he may be looking to “Ambulance” for his rebound flick.
William is a life-long criminal. He needs $231,000 to pay for his wife’s surgery. His brother Danny is also a criminal. But he does not have the money so William asks him to do a bank robbery for $32 million. The robbery goes wrong when the two shoot an LAPD officer. The pair are soon on the run in an ambulance with an EMT and the dying officer as their hostages.
What is the expected star cast of Ambulance?
- Jake Gyllenhaal as Danny
- Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as William Sharp
- Eiza González as Cam Thompson
- Garret Dillahunt
- A Martinez
- Keir O’Donnell
- Moses Ingram
- Wale Folarin
- Cedric Sanders
- Jackson White
- Colin Woodell
- Olivia Stambouliah
- Jesse Garcia
- Victor Gojcaj as Victor
- Remi Adeleke
- Devan Chandler Long as William Wallace
- Sheila Houlahan
- Devan Long