Looks like Jake Gyllenhaal wants in on the Michael Bay go big or go home wagon. The ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’ actor has entered into negotiations to star in Bay’s thriller ‘Ambulance’.

The project is a remake of Laurits Munch-Petersen’s 2005 Danish psychological thriller which centres around a bank robbery involving a returned veteran from Afghanistan and his brother. However, the robbery didn’t go as planned with the brothers having no choice but to take hijack an ambulance and take a female paramedic and a patient hostage.

As the situation escalates, old wounds reopen in the relationship between the brothers as they fight to survive what seems like an impossible situation.

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Rumours persist that Dylan O’Brien is eyed for the role of the younger brother.

Chris Fedak will pen the script. James Vanderbilt, Bradley Fischer, and William Sherak will producer. Filming is likely to commence in January 2021.

Gyllenhaal is 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’ with Denis Villeneuve directing.