Catch the final trailer for Michael Bay’s new film Ambulance, which is in cinemas now.

The final trailer has landed for Michael Bay’s Ambulance, the latest action movie from the director. Whilst the trailer is packed full with all the Bay goodness might expect such as shootouts, exotic cars and loud noises, it’s actually shorter and a little more restrained than the trailer that preceded it. Don’t expect the film to hold back though, we’ve seen it and it’s a whole lot of explosive fun. You can read our thoughts here.

Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Jake Gyllenhaal play a pair of brothers in this one who steal an ambulance following a botched bank heist. Inside that ambulance is a paramedic, who they take hostage to save a cop who has been wounded during their robbery.

Chris Fedak has written the screenplay, which is described as a mix of Speed and Training Day, but you can judge whether the film achieves such heady greatness as those two classics in UK cinemas now. Our friends in the US aren’t getting this one until April 8th, which is perhaps why the final trailer has released so close to the release date here in the UK.

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