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Michael Bay shares first footage from new Ambulance action flick

Michael Bay has arguably only made one single-action movie since 2003 Bad boys II, and even then Netflix 6 Underground didn’t prove popular enough in the boardroom to get the go-ahead for a suite. However, there is hope that the next Ambulance could mark a serious return to form.

Besides the aforementioned pair, Bay has spent most of the past two decades working in science fiction via The island and five Transformers movies, although he changed it with black comic crime capers Pain and gain and true war story 1 p.m .: The secret soldiers of Benghazi.

A thing Ambulance definitely has an advantage, it is the casting; Jake Gyllenhaal makes a rare detour into action hero territory, supported by rising stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Eiza Gonzales. The first trailer drops later today, and it was preceded by Bay revealing the project’s first footage on Instagram, which you can see below.

A remake of the 2005 Danish effort of the same name, Ambulance sees Abdul-Mateen II requesting financial aid from the character of Gyllenhaal, seeking $ 231,000. Instead, he’s convinced that a $ 32 million heist would be a much better idea, with Gonzalez’s paramedic being drawn into a situation that quickly spirals out of control. It looks like Bay’s Street, and we can’t wait to see the trailer in a few hours.