“Ambulance” starring Jake Gyllenhaal announced that it will be postponed for two months

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Michael Bay’s latest masterpiece “Ambulance” announced a change in its release date. The film was released from the original planned release on February 18 and was postponed to April 8.

The specific reason for the “Ambulance” file change is currently unknown, but some media said that this is due to the current escalating epidemic in the United States.

"Ambulance" starring Jake Gyllenhaal announced that it will be postponed for two months

The film starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Eiza González is a remake of the 2005 Danish film of the same name.

The protagonist of the story is a veteran returning from Afghanistan. In order to raise money for surgery on his wife, he was dragged into the water by his criminal brother to rob a bank.

When things went horribly wrong, they seized an ambulance. Unexpectedly, there was already a medical staff in the car giving first aid to the patient, and the atmosphere was tense.

As the situation escalated, the old conflicts between the brothers reappeared, and they had to work hard to survive in a difficult environment.

According to reports, “Ambulance” will “have elements of traditional action drama and thriller movies, and the story will be a mix of “Speed” and “Bad Boys” styles.”

Judging from the description of the media, this kind of film is indeed very suitable for Michael Bay to come to guide.

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