Los Angeles: “The Trial of Chicago 7” actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II will likely be that includes alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in Michael Bay’s action-thriller “Ambulance”. The plot line is being saved underneath wraps, however sources informed Deadline that the movie is within the vein of the good motion thrillers of the 1990s like “Speed” and Bay’s “Bad Boys”.
The characteristic is predicated on the unique Danish movie “Ambulancen” (2005) produced by Nordisk Film Productions. Chris Fedak penned the script for the Hollywood model. The story is about two brothers on the run from the police. They go on to steal an ambulance with out realizing it already carries a feminine paramedic and a affected person in important situation.
Actor Eiza Gonzalez, identified for that includes in films resembling “Baby Driver”, “Hobbs & Shaw” and “Bloodshot”, will play the position of paramedic. Abdul-Mateen broke out after taking part in villain Black Manta in superhero movie “Aquaman” and later starred in HBO’s “Watchmen”.
He most not too long ago performed Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale in Aaron Sorkin’s courtroom drama “The Trial of the Chicago 7”. The actor will subsequent star in horror movie Candyman in addition to Keanu Reeves’ “The Matrix 4”. Produced by James Vanderbilt, Bradley Fischer and Will Sherak, “Ambulance” is predicted to start out taking pictures in January 2021.