Catch the trailer for Michael Bay’s next outing ahead of the film’s February release: it’s Ambulance.

The trailer has landed for Michael Bay’s Ambulance, the latest action movie from the director. As you might expect, the trailer has all of the requisite shootouts, exotic cars and loud noises that you’d expect.

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. Which is potentially true, but it looks like nothing less than Full Bay Mode to us.

Universal is distributing the project, which shot around the Los Angeles area. Ambulance is expected to release in February 2022, with some outlets reporting at the time of the film’s announcement that Ambulance will be more character-driven than Bay’s usual fare. As for that, we’ll have to wait and see.

In the meantime, here’s that trailer…

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