Jake Gyllenhaal to star in Michael Bay's Ambulance?
The script of the action-thriller is written by Chris Fedak; shooting will start early next year
Michael Bay is all set to direct an action-thriller titled Ambulance, with Jake Gyllenhaal in early talks to star.
Bay is reportedly planning to shoot the film in early 2021. Even as no distributor has come on board, Endeavor Content has been assembling the package.
Even as the plot details are currently being kept under wrap, Deadline reports that the script is written by Chris Fedak. James Vanderbilt, Bradley Fischer, and Will Sherak are reportedly producing the film.
Bay is also a producer on the pandemic thriller Songbird, which stars KJ Apa, Sofia Carson, Demi Moore, Bradley Whitford, Craig Robinson, among others.
He recently directed Netflix’s 6 Underground, starring Ryan Reynolds. His credits as producer or director include Armageddon, Pearl Harbor, and the Transformers franchise.
Gyllenhaal was nominated for an Academy Award for Brokeback Mountain and his credits include Zodiac, Source Code, End of Watch, Nightcrawler, Southpaw, and Stronger. He’s attached to star in The Guilty with Antoine Fuqua and is currently filming in Los Angeles. He also recently signed on to star in the HBO series The Son, directed by Denis Villeneuve.